Get crafty this Halloween with costume designs, decorations, and DIY accessories using your 3Doodler 3D pen!
By customizing your costume, you can add a bit of unique flair that is either scary, funny, or sweet that will show off your style. Even better—there’s no need to rush out and splurge on expensive store-bought items when you can make something with the 3D pen you have at home. To help with this effort, we’ve gathered a few easy-to-make Halloween costumes and accessory ideas below!
Use this stencil to create a life-size bat! Perfect for this spooky season. We put together a tutorial for this Doodle to help walk you through it step by step. Check it out here.
If you need more spooky decorations for around the house, office, or classroom – these simple floating ghosts should do the trick! Simple to make, these little ghouls can adapt to almost any setting. See steps below!
Use a paper towel or tissues to create the body of the ghost.
Start doodling around the tissue to create the body.
Make sure you stretch the plastic down so that the ghost has something to rest on.
After the body is Doodled, make a couple of eyes and a mouth and your little guy is ready to go!
A Sweet Treat Ring
If you don’t want to go over-the-top with your costume, but want something to kick your daily decor up a notch, this candy corn ring is the perfect accessory.
Print out the Candy Corn stencil here,
Start by using the stencil to Doodle the ring.
Then once the ring base is set, craft your candy corn.
This is where color choice comes into play and can vary the “flavor” of your ring.
The last step, attach the candy to the ring!
DIY Halloween headbands
Stand out from the crowd with bats flying above your head, or go for a classic horror scene look with these Halloween headbands.
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.
Print the Halloween Headbands stencil here.
Join each bat onto a strand of FLEXY plastic, then assemble all the FLEXY strands onto a headband, Doodle to set in place.
Add some humor to your rustic Halloween look with this super easy and classic arrow through head prop!
Dress up as Erica Gray’s “Swamp Thing”
Be the coolest ghoul this season with our DIY “Swamp Thing” mask. Fashion designer and artist Erica Gray dreamt up this creature from the 3Doodler lagoon and made an easy-to-follow tutorial for you to make this eerie mask. We guarantee it’s sure to turn heads!
Print the “Swamp Thing” Stencil
Tape mask stencil to Create DoodlePad, Doodle over it
Pop mask off DoodlePad and use masking tape to hold seams together
Doodle over seams to make a rounded mask
Tape the fin template to your Create DoodlePad then Doodle the fins, Repeat for the second Fins stencil
Attach fins to the mask, add string or elastic to tie!