One of the best parts of the holidays is dressing up your house with decorations while listening to your favourite holiday tunes! With the holiday season in full swing, we thought we’d round up the Top 20 3D Christmas designs on Pinshape that will give you some decorative inspiration.
Top 20 3D Christmas Designs on Pinshape
The three different figurines can be printed at once with small supports for the elf’s head. To get the colouring details, paint them during your post processing with acrylic paints like BQ did!
Even if you don’t use this Christmas Tree with a lamp underneath, the design is still awesome for a decoration or ornament. If you do want to venture out into the land of lamps, toolmoon created a tBulb assembly video.
J Wall never fails to impress with his creative designs. This santa marionette is no exception and makes for a great addition to any Christmas tree! If you’ve ever wondered if Santa is a good dancer, check out him doing the whip and nae nae in J Wall’s video below.
If you love Star Wars and you’re excited for the release of the new movie on Dec 18, this stormflake design is perfect for you. The design is also simple to print so a good one to try for any level of maker!
This little Christmas tree has some character! Print out a few different face options and colour the ball decorations with paint to get a fully decorated tree print!
This nutcracker is beautifully designed and can be printed without supports. We printed it in the Pinshape office this week and created a timelapse video!
All you need is a 3D printer and some red shoelaces and you have a great decoration that doubles as a mini piggy bank! See the assembly in Eunny’s video.
8) Modern Mistletoe by barb_3dprintny
This design was printed with Ninjaflex flexible filament and has a divider to keep the berries and leaves separated to give you the perfect looking mistletoe!
You can print this beautiful flower decoration in two parts with different colours to give a layered look. Put a jewel in the middle and you’ve got a gorgeous flower ornament.
These decorative 3D printed christmas gifts are hollow inside so you can hide your christmas candy under them! There are three different gift designs to choose from, or you can print all three.
Hannkkah passed but this toy dreidel design is great for getting together with your family for a fun game of dreidel over the holidays!
We’ve been going over a lot of different christmas ornament ideas but what if you don’t have anything to hang them with? MakeALot has you covered with these ornament hooks.
These Christmas decorations look good in all colour filaments and are simple to print! You could hang them on the tree or in your window to give your house a holiday look.
This egg depicts the scene from Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Last Supper”. Richard printed this without support or infill in about 2 ½ hours with 0.2 mm layers.
This beautiful snowflake comes in three different sizes! If it’s not snowing outside this decoration is sure to bring the feeling of a white Christmas to your home.
A classic Christmas design that is great to hang over the fireplace. Each letter has a hole so you can string them together.
These Christmas tree designs are simple but make a great print! Try printing them with Ninjaflex to get a more flexible feel.
These miniature houses can be printed without support and with minimal material. Pierce experimented with different infills and says the hollow blocks with the letter embossed in on the front seems to be the easiest to print.
No need to dress up your dog this year for Christmas, just print these awesome Reindogs! You can hang them on the tree by looping a wire through loop on the collar.
This snowflake tealight holder will give your house a warm Christmas glow! The design includes a hook if you want to put it on your bannister. We suggest using a faux candle if you’re going to put it on your bannister, just-in-case!
If you print any of these designs be sure to take a picture and share them on social media for our print and share contest to win an Einscan-S 3D scanner ($1,200 value)!
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