Sophie The Pigeon Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Ornament

My pet human decided to make this super cute Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Sophie The Pigeon Ornament for me 😍

You can download it to make it yourself bellow 🥰



My pet human designed, 3D printed and hand painted this amazingly cute Christmas ornament with me in it (in 8-Bit style), and it even has a part of the lyrics of my favorite lullaby on it 😍!

My pet humans always sing (a modified version of ) Twinkle Twinkle Little Star  to me when I’m going to bed. This really helps me calm down and get in the mood to sleep 🥰

Where to download

You can download my Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Ornament Here from the website of my pet humans. It’s 100% free, and you don’t even need to make an account either 😊.

But I don’t have a 3D Printer!

It is very well possible that you don’t own a 3D printer if you are one of my Bird Friends, if you would still like to obtain a physical copy of your (or your birds) ornament(s), then I would recommend to see if there is a local 3D Print shop, or a makerspace which can do this for you, or to visit the following website: On this website you can upload the desired file and get it printed for a few dollars (excluding shipping). My humans have checked with a few ornaments and it seems to be around $5-$8 per ornament (excluding shipping that is).

NOTE: We do not make ANY profit or earnings if you order via the recommended site, and neither is it a sponsored endorsement! It’s just a site we recommended to help you get started 🙂

When ordering there you can use the settings above, and if you are one of ‘Sophie’s Friends’ and still can’t figure it out, then please don’t hesitate to me via my social media pages (in a private message) and me and my pet humans will try to help you out.

3D Print Information (If you’re 3D Printing them yourself)

Recommended Layer height: 0.2mm
Adhesion: None or brim
Orientation: As in file
Recommended Material: PLA
Estimated Print Time: About 1 hour and 45 minutes
Estimated Required Filament: About 3.46m average

Additional 3D Printing tip
It’s recommended to print the first few layers (until it finished the ‘back plate’) in black, then switch to white for the rest of the ornament until it starts with the letters “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”. Before it starts printing the letters it’s recommended to switch back to black filament again.