5 Easy 3D Printed Halloween Costume Ideas

October 18, 2018

5 Easy 3D Printed Halloween Costume Ideas

We have all been there. You've been invited to a Halloween party, but you don't have a costume planned. There are only so many times you can show up with a "This IS my costume" t-shirt and get away with it! So break out the 3D printer and print yourself an upgrade. 

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Edward Scissorhands

Edward Scissorhands model

The hardest part of the Edward Scissorhands costume is...well, the scissor hands. Luckily Lael Lee has got you covered! Now you just need to get the crazy hair and a pair of suspenders.

Download the file from My Mini Factory

4
Cozy Kirby

Upgrade any pink shirt or sweater into a Kirby Halloween costume. Just use the Face and star rod wand file from 3D Central. Magnets are a non-destructive way to attach the features. Don't you want to dress as Nintendo's hungry puffball?

Download the file from My Mini Factory

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Teenie Beanie Babies

Teenie Beanie Babies tag

This Beanie Babies tag by Rohotnee gives you the power of 90s nostalgia and easily fits with any animal onesie. Get friends together and go as a group!

Download the file from Thingiverse

 

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Instant Costume: Just Add Ears

Bunny and bear ears or devil headband

A simple way to transform any outfit into a costume: simply add these cute animal ears or devil horns by Greg308. Use these headbands as is, or cover the ears with fur for an even better look. This set also has devil horns which match well with a fancy black or red outfit!

Download the Model on Thingiverse.

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Become a Hero 

Domino Superhero Mask

Upgrade a super-suit, create your own or go incognito with this superhero mask by Bensonthe3rd. Feeling more ambitious? Build onto it to create a decked out masquerade or Venetian inspired domino mask. Feathers add a nice touch.

Download the model on Thingiverse

 

Award The Best 

Best Costume Trophy

And if you're the one doing the hosting the Halloween party, add a bit of competition! Print out this trophy by MrCrabtree and award it to the best costume there.   

Download on Thingiverse

 





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