10 Fun Halloween Decors 3D Prints for 2022

ONLY 18 DAYS UNTIL HALLOWEEN 2022!

ARE YOU READY FOR THE BEST SEASON?

Halloween is just around the corner, and it's time to prepare pumpkin decorations, scary movies, spooky parties, and funny costumes.

3D printing allows you to give your neighborhood more terrifying effects than ever before. Do it yourself to customize your house and costumes for a chilling atmosphere, so you’re surrounded by Halloween everywhere.

Here you will see not only the scariest 3D models, but also interesting ideas making you laugh out loud. A collection of 10 fun Halloween 3D printed models for decoration and costumes is down below, let's take a look and pick one to bring into a spooky night!

1. Octopus Jack-O-Lantern Multicolor Remix

Octopus Jack-O-Lantern 3D Model
(Image source: Thingiverse, steve220)

Jack-o-lantern print is absolutely a "MUST" for Halloween decor. If you think printing the classic pumpkin with no difficulty, this classic jack-o-lantern mixed octopus with moving tentacles will be a new challenge for you. And it is highly recommended that you can print the segments in black and orange colors to make the wicked pumpkin-faced octopus twist and crawl vividly.

  • Designer: steve220
  • Source: Thingiverse
  • Files Price: free
  • Material: PLA
  • Infill: 20%
  • Supports: Required

2. Pumpkin Horror

Pumpkin Horror 3D Model
(Image source: myminifactory, Archvillain Games)

What a strong visual model! It's too cool to take your eyes off it. A pumpkin king, wearing a cloak and holding cold weapons with blood, is striding into the wind. It is understood that LCD-based SLA printing has a great performance on 3D prints with intricate details and high accuracy in comparison to fused deposition modeling printing(FDM).

  • Designer: Archvillain Games
  • Source: myminifactory
  • Files Price: $12.00
  • Material: Resin
  • Support: Required

3. Black House Spider

Black House Spider 3D Model
(Image source: Thingiverse, Drawn_To_Spec)

Spider is essential to trim your haunted house, perfect for outdoor or indoor props to give trick-or-treaters a huge fright. The design can be printed at all sizes from 100%-500%, so its size can be as small as a fingernail or as large as a palm. Place the spiders with cotton on the bar, windows, and doors at the party, even paint them in red color to make them more aggressive at a horror night.

  • Designer: Drawn_To_Spec
  • Source: Thingiverse
  • Files Price: free
  • Material: PLA
  • Infill: 5%
  • Supports: Not required

4. Little Ghost Family

Little Ghost Family 3D Model
(Image source: Thingiverse, narnaa)

Ghost is one of the most important symbols of Halloween, why don't you check these little ghosts? Although they are small in size, you can scale it however you like. What's more interesting, they can be luminous at night. Print a big "little ghost family", make sure their bottoms are sized to fit LED light or electronic candle.

  • Designer: narnaa
  • Source: Thingiverse
  • Files Price: free
  • Material: PLA or resin
  • Support: Not required

5. Reaching Wall Hands

Reaching Wall Hands 3D Model
(Image source: Thingiverse, F0R63)

Can you imagine how scary it would be to nail these zombie hands to the wall? Watch out, a group of zombies is struggling to come out through the wall! Certainly, you can put them on desks, doors or even ceilings. To ensure a perfect display, 0% infill is suggested to make them lighter for pinning to the surface.

  • Designer: F0R63
  • Source: Thingiverse
  • Files Price: free
  • Material: PLA
  • Infill: 0%

6. Demon Baby Halloween Prop

Demon Baby Halloween Prop 3D Model
(Image source: Thingiverse, taikonaught)

This is definitely an incredible idea! The designer made it for his pregnant wife's Halloween costume. The handprint and the face seem like a demon baby can't wait to get out of the belly for candies. If you want to bring it into real life, first you need a belly and a tight T-shirt. Then turn on your 3D printer and grab some filaments for this amazing scary accessory!

  • Designer: taikonaught
  • Source: Thingiverse
  • Files Price: free
  • Material: PLA
  • Infill: 20%
  • Support: Not required

7. Wolverine Claws

Wolverine Claws 3D Model
(Image source: Thingiverse, LeFabShop)

These telescopic Wolverine claws make you become the one that sticks out like a sore thumb in Halloween cosplay party. One STL file needed with no support, thus this means that a large print platform and high print speed are the important functions of a 3D printer to unlesh your imagination. We believe Anycubic Kobra Max can meet these needs.

  • Designer: LeFabShop
  • Source: Thingiverse
  • Files Price: free
  • Material: PLA
  • Infill: 10%
  • Support: Not required

Our colleague Matthew has printed them out, click it to check the video.

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8. Dragon Skull Hair Pin

Dragon Skull Hair Pin 3D Model
(Image source: Thingiverse, AngryAnteater)

This is the best choice as a gift for someone with long hair. Sword pin thrusts through the eyes of dragon skull to hold the hair in place. Elegant and well structured! What's more, color and touch are the keys to making the print looks better, and Anycubic Silk PLA Filament can achieve such a metallic shinning glow which is different from ordinary PLA.

  • Designer: AngryAnteater
  • Source: Thingiverse
  • Files Price: free
  • Material: Silk PLA
  • Infill: 20%
  • Support: Required

9. Skull Mask

Skull Mask 3D Model
(Image source: Thingiverse, aaskedall)

Putting on a skull mask and wearing in all black is one of the most classic costume at Halloween. There are specially reserved holes on the sides and nose of the model to facilitate makers to pass the rope and ensure smooth breathing when wearing it.

  • Designer: aaskedall
  • Source: Thingiverse
  • Files Price: free
  • Material: PLA
  • Support: Not required

10. Skull Ketchup Cap

Skull Ketchup Cap 3D Model
(Image source: Thingiverse, DaveMakesStuff)

Still looking for dinner ideas in Halloween party? This skull ketchup cap is a easy-to-make and eye-catching prop, which is sized for a standard Heinz ketchup bottle. Every time the bottle is squeezed, and bright red ketchup flows out of the skull's eyes as it is bleeding, making the dinner more terrifying.

The models printing in PETG is highly recommended, because PETG is a food-grade filament.

  • Designer: DaveMakesStuff
  • Source: Thingiverse
  • Files Price: free
  • Material: PETG
  • Infill: 20%

Check the video below to see how it works.


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