One of my friends has a birthday coming up, so I decided to create a neat little birthday cake!
This print is made to be printed with multiple colors, but can be printed with single parts and put together like I did. I used my Prusa i3 MK3 (single color) and glued them together. I decided not to print the p3 (frosting on top) for this model as I thought it took away from the simplicity of the model, but if you wanted to use it, go ahead!
NOTE: You might want to fiddle around with the size of the p2 (white frosting) as it does not always fit snugly! This is not necessary if printing in multimaterial mode.
Any PLA works best
Orange/tan, white (or any other frosting color), orange/yellow, red (or any other candle color)
You will want to get a kind of glue to put the parts together, but it is mainly for the candle (p4 and p5). You should start by gluing the bottom of p5 (the light) to p4. Set that aside. Then, find where the pattern of p2 matches with p1 and slide p2 onto p1. If this happens really easily, perhaps glue p2 down. However it is likely that p2 requires excessive force to slide into place, so in that scenario I suggest using a vice. Glue the candle onto the cake, and voila!