Your 3D printer is in for a treat! Make your own spooky 3D printed Halloween objects for your costume, home, or office party.
If you love 3D printing, then you’ll love these spooky Halloween STL file downloads you can use at home. Make your own Freddy Krueger glove, Bohemian skull lamp, or a ‘freaking adorable’ bat glow bracelet.
For starters, you’ll need your own 3D printer, since sending away for objects could take a few weeks. Get your materials ready, your printer warmed up, and get ready to 3D print your own Halloween fun!
3D Printed Halloween Object #1: Jack-O-Lantern
This scary Jack-O-Lantern will be the first thing people see on your porch or in your window. Why carve a pumpkin when you can 3D print one instead? It’s the perfect Halloween decoration to greet your trick-or-treaters.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #2: Death Head Cane
This cool Death Head Cane is great for the yard or inside the house. Decorate the hat on top of the skull to add a little pizazz to this creepy character and put him anywhere you see fit.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #3: Harry Potter Elder Wand
This 3D printed Elder Wand is for any Harry Potter fan who wants the ultimate power of the wizards. If you think you can handle one of the ‘Deathly Hallows,’ then print this magical wand for yourself.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #4: The Mask
So you’re a fan of Jim Carrey’s famous transformation into a wild, crazy cartoon in the 90s hit movie ‘The Mask’? This colorful mask is great for costumes or maybe just for decorating your wall. Get ready to Halloween P-A-R-T, Y? Because you gotta!
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3D Printed Halloween Object #5: Freddy Krueger Glove
This freaky Freddy Krueger glove is the perfect 3D print for when you’re still a diehard fan of Nightmare on Elm Street. Start by printing this terrifying glove and the rest of the costume will sort itself out.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #6: Wall Mounted Cyclops Eyes
These ugly Wall Mounted Cyclops Eyes are a great decoration for any Halloween party or even your front door. Shock your guests with these creepy little bloodshot eyes that stare right back at them.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #7: Minecraft Jack-o-Lantern
This Minecraft Jack-O-Lantern adds a nice, geeky twist to the traditional carved pumpkin face. Put this toothy-smiled decoration in your window to welcome fellow gamers to your door.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #8: The Joker Mask
This Joker Mask is downright terrifying and adds a very sinister element to your Haunted House or Halloween costume. It’s probably better for teens or adults since you might scare the kids!
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3D Printed Halloween Object #9: Satan’s House # 666
Satan’s House #666 is perfect for striking fear into the heart of visitors. This printable house number is easy to make and can be hung anywhere.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #10: Freaking Adorable Glow Stick “Glo-Bobs”
These Freaking Adorable Glow Stick “Glo-Bobs” are perfect for kids. Who doesn’t want a glowing little bat or ghost on a bracelet? Get one of these and get ready for the Halloween party!
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3D Printed Halloween Object #11: Bohemian Murderer Skull Lamp
The Bohemian Murderer Skull Lamp is for those people who want something scary but wouldn’t dare put some cheesy skull in their house. This fashionable lamp adds a Bohemian, Halloween feel to any room in a festive, yet tasteful way.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #12: Demonic Skull Crown and Tiara
The Demonic Skull Crown and Tiara is for the woman who has it all – and wants to look glamorously gory when she goes out for Halloween. It’s a creepy combo of a Satanic skull and a prom queen tiara for the perfect zombie costume.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #13: Jack-O-Pus Lamp
The Jack-O-Pus Lamo is the weirdest Halloween accessory you never knew you needed. This orange little Jack-O-Lantern sits atop some scraggly green octopus tentacles. So which is it – plant or animal? Who cares – it looks freaking cool!
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3D Printed Halloween Object #14: Skeleton Lamp
This Skeleton Lamp looks like something Skeletor from the 80s would have carried around to frighten He-man away. It’s easy to assemble with only two pieces and will light the way on your dark Halloween night.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #15: Aquatic Castle of Grayskull
The Aquatic Castle of Grayskull goes perfectly in any fish tank or aquarium. It allows your pets to get into the Halloween spirit with a spooky Castle of Grayskull from ‘He-man,’ the 80s classic cartoon on the battles between good and evil.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #16: Good Old Fred Tombstone
The Good Old Fred Tombstone is what every Haunted House needs. Even though Fred met his unfortunate demise, you can still put his tombstone in your front yard to make it look more like a spooky graveyard. RIP Fred – whoever he was!
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3D Printed Halloween Object #17: Instant Doofus Pumpkin Teeth
Instant Doofus Pumpkin Teeth are easier than carving and turn your pumpkin into an instant laughing stock. Who can resist a big, toothy Jack-O-Lantern grin with dentures?
Print the design here.
3D Printed Halloween Object #18: Kongo’s Bugging Eyeballs
Kongo’s Bugging Eyeballs are perfect if you don’t buy into the notion of looking attractive at the Halloween party. These gigantic bloody eyeballs look like they’re popping right out of your head. Feel free to carry around some Visine eye drops..
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3D Printed Halloween Object #19: Bust of Pinhead
The Bust of Pinhead is ideal if you just need some reminders of the movie Hellraiser before dozing off to sleep. This ultra creepy, realistic looking bust is fun to assemble with its 100 pins, but looks as horrific as it sounds. Have fun.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #20: Spider Webs
These Printed Spider Webs can be hung anywhere to make the environment instantly scarier. What’s that you say? You forgot to buy cobwebs for the classroom or the office? Not to fear – these are ready in a spidery flash of 20 minutes!
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3D Printed Halloween Object #21: Spooky Little Ghosts
These Spooky Little Ghosts can be printed with glow in the dark material and are great decorations for anywhere. Make your kids’ rooms a little more fun or hang these glow-in-the-dark ghost emojis outside your house to welcome guests.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #22: Scary Little Skeleton
This Scary Little Skeleton is made up of individual pieces that easily snap together. His whole body moves just like a real skeleton, even his finger joints. While this is a more complicated piece, the end result is definitely worth it.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #23: Zombie Finger Zipper Magnet
Get this Zombie Finger Zipper Magnet to hold up your To-do lists on the fridge or maybe your favorite photos. It’s a fun addition to your bulletin board or maybe for the breakroom.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #24: Elegant Venetian Mask
This Elegant Venetian Mask is your fashionable entrance to the Halloween party. Its beautiful design can be printed in several colors to go with a ladies Venetian Carnival gown; the mask can be easily fixed with elastic or string.
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3D Printed Halloween Object #25: Chandelier of Fear
The Chandelier of Fear is just the thing to spice up an ordinary room to make it look like something out of the Adam’s Family. Hang it anywhere and add some fake cobwebs for an authentic haunted look.
See how to print it here.
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