here’s our’s. The wife and I designed the ubiquitous red ball, but embossed the first stanza of The First Snowfall by American poet James Russel Lowell into the surface:
The snow had begun in the gloaming,
And busily all the night
Had been heaping field and highway
With a silence deep and white.
The design is pretty much monolithic and made of three colors dictated by my stock of filament. Because my simple printer only has one print head, I had to make three jobs of it and glue the results together. I’m a bit enamored with extruded text like Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture. I used Inkscape to create an SVG file of the text and extruded it in Autodesk 123D. One thing I learned was I liked the text sized larger when it came to printing and building the model vs. the size it looked on the screen. Maybe it's "the camera adds 10 pounds" phenomenon. I printed the characters 30% larger than I designed them.
Not sure what will be next year’s creation. Probably something smaller so it doesn't crowd out the other ornaments we’ve collected over the years.