Whether your Halloween personality is scary, funny, or sweet, dressing up and making your own costume is one of our favorite parts of this holiday. You don’t have to spend megabucks on store-bought items to look awesome, instead, try out these easy-to-make 3D printed Halloween costume ideas for affordable, fantastic-looking outfits!
We know the thought of making a costume can seem overwhelming – but don’t worry, we’ve gathered only the easiest projects which use the 3Doodler Create+ 3D Pen and a variety of Create plastics.
Subtle but scary Halloween Jewelry:
If you don’t want to go over-the-top with your costume, but want something that achieves that spooky effect in a subtle way, this slit-throat choker necklace is the perfect accessory.
Things you’ll need: 3Doodler Create+ pen, Slit-throat choker stencil, Create PLA plastic, transparent tape, a jar.
Print out the stencil here, cut it out.
Wrap it around a jar and tape it down with transparent tape.
Doodle over the stencil using red PLA plastic.
Once the plastic has hardened, remove it from the jar carefully.
Dress up as your favorite character
A sure-fire way to make realistic Halloween Star Trek™ costume parts is with the Star Trek Project Kit. Follow the stencils included, or design your own stencils to “3D print” any costume you like without investing in expensive 3D printers or complicated software.
Things you’ll need: 3Doodler Create+ pen, Create Star Trek Project Kit
Identify accessories or unique traits that your character possess (for example, for Spock it would be his ears).
Use a stencil to trace out the shape. The Create Star Trek Project Kit comes with Star Trek themed stencils, but you can easily draw your own for your character or find stencils online.
Add 3D details to finish.
DIY Halloween headbands
Dress up as a sweet and magical unicorn, stand out from the crowd with bats flying above your head, or go for a classic “arrow through the head” look with these DIY Halloween Headbands
How to make a Unicorn Headband
These ears and horn make a whimsical prop to complete your Halloween Unicorn costume. They would also make a wonderful party craft, or could even be handed out as party favors!
Things you’ll need: 3Doodler Create+ pen, Halloween Headbands stencil, Create PLA plastic, paper, clear tape, headband.
Roll paper into the shape of the unicorn horns, then cover with clear tape.
Make the horn while spinning the paper cone using one hand and Doodling with the other. Add final details, then remove the Doodle from the cone.
Print the Unicorn ears stencil here, place a Create DoodlePad over the stencil, then Doodle over it using PLA plastic.
Attach the horn and the ears onto a headband.
How to make a Flying Bats Headband
This headband is fun, cool and festive – and it’s perfect for last minute Halloween DIY projects! You could even pair this with a witch hat for your flying bats to circle.
Things you’ll need: 3Doodler Create+ pen, Halloween Headbands stencil, Create PLA plastic, Create FLEXY plastic.
Print the Halloween Headbands stencil here.
Place a Create DoodlePad over the stencil, then Doodle over it using black ABS plastic.
Join each bat onto a strand of FLEXY plastic, then assemble all the FLEXY strands onto a headband, Doodle to set in place.
How to make an Arrow Headband
Add some humor to your rustic Halloween look with this super easy and classic arrow through head prop!
Things you’ll need: 3Doodler Create+ pen, Halloween Headbands stencil, Create PLA plastic
Print the Halloween Headbands stencil here.
Place a Create DoodlePad over the stencil, then Doodle over it using PLA plastic.
Join each half of the arrow onto opposite sides of the headband.
DIY Halloween Spider Web
This project is perfect for the whole family! Simply print out the stencil in different sizes to make cobwebs for both kids and adults. There’s so many things you can do with it: you can attach the cobweb to your shirt, pin it in your hair, or even decorate corners of your house!
Things you’ll need: 3Doodler Create+ pen, Spider web stencil, Create FLEXY plastic
Print the spider web stencil here.
Place a Create DoodlePad over the stencil, then Doodle over it using FLEXY plastic.
If these costumes inspired you, be sure to take a photo and share your creations with us via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Tag @3Doodler so we can see your work!
All of these projects are made using the 3Doodler Create+ pen and Create FLEXY plastic.