This Saturday Faberdashery will be in Selfridges, London creating 3D printed accessories for Makies.
During the one day event (Saturday 2nd November) Selfridges customers will be able to see 3D printing in action as Faberdashery print colourful accessories for Makie Dolls. Customers buying a Makie Doll will receive a goody bag of limited edition 3D printed accessories lovingly crafted, in-store, by Faberdashey.
Faberdashery have teamed up with the lovely Makies to demonstrate the creative potential of 3D printing, give customers an up-close view of desktop 3D printing and join in the fun. Come and say ‘hi’ and see some super cute accessories being printed!
What’s better than a skull for Halloween? A 3D Printable Skull Playset of course!
Our skull (‘Skelly’) was inspired by the traditional sugar skulls of Mexico. We wanted to give our Halloween offering a Fab twist, so we designed some fun printable accessories to create different looks for Skelly. Make him a cutthroat pirate with the eye patch and stitches. Bevelled stars give Skelly some rock chic. For a bling look there are diamonds and emeralds. You can go for a romantic look with hearts and filigree, or the traditional Mexican decor with marigolds and roses. Or just keep Skelly dapper with a simple moustache. Of course, it wouldn’t be a proper Halloween playset without a gruesome feature and for that we’ve created a worm to stick in Skelly’s eye. So whether you like your Halloween decor rib tickling or just hip, make no bones about it, you’ll find everything you need in our Skull Playset!
We’ve shared Skelly the Skull Playset on Thingiverse. We hope he’ll raise your spirits this Halloween. Mwahahahahhaaaa!