My biggest adventure this year was moving. Not a move across town, but a move to a different State over 500 miles away. I cannot recommend moving. While I was sitting in front of the TV at night, during my breaks from unpacking boxes and organizing, I decided to relax with some coding in Tinkercad Codeblocks.
The first thing I coded was a Christmas Wreath:
First, I coded one holly leaf with all the details. Then I copied and rotated each leaf along the x, y and z axis.
The rotation around the x and y axis is random, so the wreath will look a little different every time the program in run.
You can copy and run the program on Tinkercad Codeblock: https://www.tinkercad.com/codeblocks/2ZZut9sL86G
The second Christmas design I created with code block, was Santa. https://www.tinkercad.com/codeblocks/hPyeQnEmdV5
He was coded from the feet up. The beard is randomly generated, so it will look different every time the program is run.
After you create a design using Codeblocks, you can export the design as a Shape and use it in Tinkercad 3D Design.
The Santa may have looked better if I used 3D Design, but he does have a level of cuteness to him.