My girlfriend has a camp in the Adirondacks and asked me to make her some pine tree sticks and I just couldn't let it go without black bears and fish sticks. These are an easy print, use PETG (which is theoretically food safe although some argue that bacteria and could grow in the layers) or PLA. I used Cheetah filament for the bears and Armadillo filament for the fish because of the colors. Best to wait a few minutes before removing from the build plate as you can bend the sticks and picks.
Even though these are meant for a sturdy filament I create these designs to encourage people to try out flexible filaments or get some new interesting colors of flexibles. For info on purchasing samples of 6 different types of flexible filament see flexyfilament.com
Photograph is of the New York Finger Lakes by John Francis McCarthy
We developed a great way to distribute cost effective quantities of flexible filament: Splash Spools. A generous amount of filament on a spool with a case so it's not flopping all over the place. Splash Spools store easily in a desk drawer, stacked space or even hang on a wall. Available on www.flexyfilament.com and Amazon. We stock NinjaFlex, Cheetah, X60, Filaflex, nGen FLEX and Flexy.