One of the most important holidays in Mexico and the one that marks the beginning of the Christmas season is December 12th, the day of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
According to the story, in December 1531 the Virgin Mary appeared in Mexico. One of the miracles attributed to her visit was the appearance of roses in the Hill of Tepeyac, a place which would be covered in snow during that time.
So, inspired by this story and the concept of making 3D printed snowflakes I decided to make this design. I made two different versions, one for single-extruder printers and other that can be printed using dual extruders.