Highlighting some of the spookiest and most creative 3D print Halloween designs that are sure to score all the treats and none of the tricks this year. There are 3D print Halloween designs for costume creation, party decorations, and even a treat that’s tasty to eat.
Best of 3D Print Halloween Designs and Inspiration
We’ve done a lot of “Best of” lists and this round we are super excited by this batch of 3D print Halloween designs. You can really get creative with designing your own 3D print decorations and custom fitting a spooky mask or creating a piece to a killer costume that would be cost prohibitive to purchase elsewhere. As always, 3DShook knocks it out of the park with their collection of 3D print Halloween designs – 196 to be exact. Since I couldn’t include them all, check out my top 5 favorites for a 3D print Halloween party this year. In the episode with the Lowe’s Bespoke team, Hector Berrebi mentioned he was a little disappointed that his ideas for 3D print lighting and lighting fixtures didn’t make the cut for the collection, and I can see why. These fun 3D print Halloween lights show that you can complete a party theme even down to the lights and decor.
3D Printing is ideal for designing and creating custom fitted products, and 3D print Halloween costume pieces and masks is no exception. You truly can be anything for Halloween with 3D printing, as long as you can design it. If you can’t design it, then check out these downloadable models. Note: this is just a very small sampling of the hundreds of 3D print Halloween or cosplay costume downloads available online.
However, you can really only dress up for the one main night of the year, but you can get in the Halloween spirit with wearable 3D prints that are classy enough and not cheesy or tacky for everyday- especially when they are printed in a nice metal like these cuff links, rings, and pendants from Shapeways. The 3D printed button in the shape of a skull is probably meant to be scary, but I think it’s actually pretty cute.
Halloween really kicks off the holiday decorating season, and with 3D printing you can create so many fun and unique decorations for your home or Halloween party. I’m loving these creative ways to contain your candy stash to topping treats with plastic zombie parts, and even a Halloween zombie themed cabinet update. These 3D printable Halloween decorations range from cute to spooky especially when you incorporate flickering candle light. If you are looking for one of a kind skull Halloween decorations, check out our friends over at 3DKitbash and their collection for “Skull Wars.”
This may be a bit controversial, but instead of passing out candy this year, why not make fun 3D prints for kids to play with? Or create a fun Halloween themed cookie cutter to make homemade treats for your child’s classroom. You could even get extra creative and try out a food 3D print recipe from 3Digital Cooks who were on the podcast recently talking about their pumpkin puree.
Be sure and tag @3DStartPoint with your 3D Print Halloween designs and models anywhere on social media! Happy 3D printing and trick or treating!