Equip Barbie with the best of the best DIY Barbie accessories: from gladiator outfits to functional tea sets, you can 3D print it all!
There are plentiful of DIY Barbie accessories ready to go for all different sorts of occasions. But buying sets is not the only option. Designers from all over have proven this through the plethora of DIY Barbie accessories provided here that can be 3D printed. The best part is you can print exactly want you need/want, rather than having to buy the whole set for one piece. It’s also great for repairs/replacements.
We have a collection of DIY Barbie accessories to download and print yourself, but be sure to check out the complete Faire Play collection. zheng3 has put a whole collection together for Barbie to become the heroine of every story:
If you don’t have a 3D printer, you can have every piece printed by a professional 3D printing service (more info here).
As seen in the video above, Barbies are not just for riding in a convertible with Ken and changing clothes, Barbie is a warrior, too. Dress Barbie up with this Athena makeover to prepare her for battle. This print comes with boots, a spear and a shield. Add in a simple cloth robe and a rope belt and the outfit will be complete.
Designer: Jim Rodda
Gladiator it up on: Thingiverse.
This Barbie accessory clip supplements the Athena makeover kit, enabling the Aegis (shield) to fit onto any Barbie model. It also helps the shield to fit more securely and eliminates the potential for the shield to pop off unwantingly – which could mean total disaster in battle.
Designer: Josh Ajima
The solution is on: Thingiverse.
These hangers are modeled after the original hanger that came with kits such as “Barbie Style Ultimate Closet”. They are personalized with B for Barbie and K for Ken, or there are plain ones. Either way, they are specifically designed to hang Barbie clothes.
Designer: Chris Rogers
Get hanging with: Thingiverse.
Barbie has a plethora of clothes, and yet nowhere to put them, or least not enough places to put them. Every collection of fine clothes must have a fine wardrobe to accompany it. This extra wardrobe helps with just that, it even comes with hangers. Score!
Designer: Karolina Penar
The files hang on: Thingiverse.
Crutches can be a pain, literally and figuratively, to use sometimes. Wheel this in to give Barbie a break, or for when the damage surpasses the help of crutches. Wheelchairs are a requirement when leaving the hospital, so it’s important to have one on hand.
*note: print the files at 200% to fit Barbie/Ken/G.I. Joe.
Designer: Will Strange
Get wheeling on: Thingiverse.
When Barbie is a gladiator, sometimes accidents happen. Okay, even when Barbie isn’t a gladiator accidents happen. Regardless, with this hook those worries will be a thing of the past. It fits into the neck to easily snap Barbie’s head back on! Play surgeon for added fun of putting Barbie back together.
Get your MD with: Thingiverse.
When you live in a mansion, you have to be able to take care of it. This ladder is perfect for playing house, doing repairs, painting the facade, or even building the mansion itself; she does already have the hammer. It could even work for a collapsible ladder entrance to a secret clubhouse.
Designer: Creative Tools
Climb with: Thingiverse.
To be a pop star is a far and wide shared fantasy. Live vicariously through Barbie with the help of these DIY Barbie accessories: Belt it out on the microphone while jamming along with the guitar. It was originally designed to accompany the Amy Winehouse articulated doll, but could easily be used for Barbie, as well.
Designer: Megan Brown
Embrace your musical talents here: MyMiniFactory.
With these simple connectors, you can turn old unused CD cases into a house! You can customize where you want the walls to be, and you can even put “wall paper” in the CD cases to personalize it.
This is also great because it allows you to rearrange your doll house as your doll collections changes. You can easily pop off the connectors and move them around.
Designer: G4lile0 Galile0
These handy dandy connectors are on: Thingiverse.
DIY Barbie accessories often are either of an eloquent fancy style, or an old fashioned traditional style. This set of table and chairs mixes things up with a retro Eames set, a style that has returned as a modern trend of today.
Designer: Kayleigh Spring
Modernize your collection with: Thingiverse.
This chair is perfect for throwing eloquent banquets and balls. With a snazzy back, you’ll be throwing the snazziest of parties. If you look closely, it could also be perfect for an 8th birthday party.
Alternatively, a more standard dining room chair style from the 90s collection is here.
Designer: Michel Da Silva
It’s sitting on: Thingiverse.
Getting a couch for your first apartment is one of the greatest feelings. Moving from sitting on the floor to sitting on a comfy couch is a sign that you’ve made it to the next stage of adulthood. This duo set of DIY Barbie accessories could do that for Barbie by not only providing a couch, but an entire living room set!
Designer: Reagan Boyd
Want to really step it up a notch? Kicking back and relaxing just isn’t the same without something to put your feet on, and who wants dirty feet on their coffee table? This ottoman is the perfect companion for the newly acquired arm chair and couch. Help Barbie and friends to relax with this essential relaxation accessory.
Designer: s s
Kick back with: Thingiverse.
It’s clear that Barbie works hard: she’s a gladiator, a home repair woman and a high-class broad. She deserves a bed fit for a queen to crash into at the end of the day. This bed is designed with a Gothic style to emulate this regal mode. For practicality, it has drawers underneath to store “linens”, or other secret items.
*note: the slats will need to be lengthened to completely fit Barbie.
Designer: Kathryn Bay
Find it on: MyMiniFactory.
You can’t set up the magical city of London without the iconic telephone booth, postbox, fire hydrant and traffic lights. Now you can print these as DIY Barbie accessories and can set up your own mini-London wherever you are and dream of a British getaway. Just remember to drive on the left!
Designer: Christiano Maci
Find them on: MyMiniFactory.
When you’re out on the town, a stop in a coffee shop/cafe is inevitable. Now Barbie can enjoy this pit stop too with this cute set of DIY Barbie accessories that replicate a cafe scene, complete with a circular table, swivel bar stools, plates, bowls, and coffee cups.
Designer: Darren Holtz
Check it out on: Thingiverse.
This set of DIY Barbie accessories replicates a whimsical fairy garden, complete with a bridge, picket fencing, flower pots, bird bath, and more. It’s a must need for throwing a fantastical garden party. All that’s left is to add some twinkle lights in the tress and send out the invitations.
Get whimsical with: Thingiverse.
Some barbies are meant to be played with, some barbies are meant to be cherished on a mantel. If you have one of the newer collectors Barbie, you may have noticed it doesn’t come with a stand anymore. This little guy fixes that problem so you can stand up your Barbies and display them again.
Designer: Norbert H Davis
Check it out on: Pinshape.
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