Some cute heart earrings with a pentagram in the center. I made these to wear myself.
They are roughly 4cm wide, 4cm tall, and 4mm thick.
The .stl file may not work with slicers other than Cura (v3.6.0), I only use Cura and the Cura settings are available in the print settings below. It is probably due to the modeling method I used when creating in Blender, but it converts to .gcode fine & prints nicely with the settings provided in Cura.
Layer Height: 0.2mm
Wall Line Count: 3
Top Layers: 3
Bottom Layers: 3
Top/Bottom Patten: Lines (Doesn't matter too much because of the wall line count)
Horizontal Expansion: 0.4
Infill Density: 10% (Gyroid)
Printing Temperature: 210C (Depends on your filament)
Build Plate Temperature: 50C (Depends on your filament, they say it's not needed for PLA but I notice a difference)
Print speed: 50mm/s
Print Cooling: 78% (This is optional, I found 78% to help with some issues I was having with my Ender 3)
Build Plate Adhesion Type: Skirt
Skirt Line Count: 4
Skirt Distance: 5mm
(Skirt is to help prime the nozzle in my case, my pieces stick just fine to my buildtak still so I don't have to have the skirt touching the model)
Sand down any sharp edge, lines, and imperfections with wet sanding & needle files. Use a qtip / cotton swab and water to clean the piece, submerging it in water and shaking it in the water is recommended.
After that, attach to your chain, earring, etc and you're good to go.