This week we picked some of the spookiest 3D designs we’ve seen yet…boo! We hope these get your creative juices flowing for costume or decoration ideas.
Also, don’t forget to upload your prints to share with the community if you decide to bring these designs to life… Do it before the end of the month and you could win free filament!
Fridge magnet collector
This is totally gross, but couldn’t be more suited to the season. I love the novel application of 3D printing – super easy to turn this into a freaky fridge magnet. Bon appetit!
Aside from all the delicious, cavity and stomach-ache-inducing candy, one of my favorite parts of Halloween has always been carving pumpkins! Growing up, we had a decent selection of tools to choose from to create our ghoulish masterpieces, but it always seemed like there was some critical tool missing. With this cool selection of 3D printed carving accessories, your pumpkin game will be taken to a new level.
Minion Goggles by Doodle_Monkey
October 31st is officially the day where you will find the most villains lurking in the streets. Vampires, zombies, werewolves, evil sandwiches… if you are looking for villainous masters then just go out on Oct 31st and you’ll find plenty of options. No need to go to Villain-Con! Make sure to look good. So upgrade your goggles to some 3D Printable minions goggles. They look slick!
Anyone feeling the last minute crunch of throwing together a costume for Halloween? Or is it just me? Well! I have an idea already for how I want to parade around town this Oct 31. But if you’re teetering on laziness and thinking about copping out, get some ideas flowing with this cool spiky crown from Adam Minter! Evil King? Ice Queen? Tree King? Necromancer? So many options! Or 3D print it just to play dress up with the kids on a Saturday night at the dinner table. Gravy! ^^
Wannabe Evil Sorceress
J Wall’s videos are always a riot, and you also get to see the inspiration and process around his designs! These Maleficent horns can be printed out as big as you want. Just make sure your Halloween party gives you enough horn-clearance space!
☠ Skulls Bowtie is a great choice to print while preparing for Halloween. It’s definitely nice, stylish and unisex thing to wear, especially if you love skulls like do I. ☠
Halloween is coming! If you like skulls, this is the perfect design to print. Just make sure you print it a day before— you don’t want to be late! This skull has a very creative design that is highlighted by the light that surrounds it. It looks great even when it’s not lit up, so you can decorate your home with it. The cut-out design kind of reminds me of a wrestler’s mask.
Not actually superstitious
Halloween-Black Cat – 3D Printed by AOYOU3D
For Halloween this year, I think I might print out this cool black cat by AOYOU3D. And if I upload my print before the end of the month, I’ll receive an entry into our MadeSolid filament competition, just like AOYOU3D has (hint hint). I want to win free filament! Hey, we’re giving away 200 spools, I’m sure there’s plenty to go around for employees… right? Better check the T’s&C’s.
Pumpkin candle holder by FUNNY
Looking for some Halloween decorations? This Pumpkin candle holder will help you prepare your interior for a spooky celebration! I like these kind of things – they always add something special to the atmosphere. Spoooky atmosphere…
When I think of halloween, this is the second thing that comes to mind. I love the simplicity of this little ‘Haunted House’ (the colour combo is priceless). A simple yet classic idea that screams Halloween. Love it!
That’s it for this week! Which Pinshape design would you have chosen? Check back next week for another set of picks from your Pinshape staff, or subscribe to our mailing list to get this delivered to your inbox every Friday!