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October’s here, the nights are drawing in, spiders are attempting to take over your house and is there a face on that tree stump? It can only mean one thing –  it’s nearly Halloween! Yes, it’s the season for scaring; so time to hit your 3D printers and turn out some serious spookiness.

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At Faberdashery we love any chance to scare ourselves silly. So in celebration of the most terrifying time of the year, we have put together our definitive guide to 3D printing for Halloween.

Here’s our top ten Halloween 3D prints.

1. Glowing skulls
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These prints come from our ‘Skull Playset’ which you can find on Thingiverse and Youmagine. They make great halloween decor as well as spooky serving bowls. Add to the terror and print them in Glowbug Yellow. Or go big, like we did, and print a terrifying giant skull!
 
2. Crows
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Murder of crows anyone? Yes, of course! Find the 3d file here.
 
3. Poison Apple
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This apple design has to be the perfect use for Classic Black this Halloween. It’s also a great way to dish out halloween treats. Put a few sour sweets in the mix and wait for your victim to take a bite! Mwahahahaha…..
 
4. Pumpkins
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Don’t get stuck with hollowing and carving shenanigans. Put your 3d printer to work and print out these fantastic pumpkin prints in translucent Orange Fizz!
 
5. Goblin
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Originally designed to sit atop your drinks bottle, this 3d printed troll by David Hagemann works perfectly as a glowing halloween goblin. He does have printable eyes but we found that these candy eyeballs were just a bit more menacing.
 
6. Glo-bobs
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We’ve called these Glo-bobs as they are designed to thread onto glow stick bands. They make great alternatives to halloween sweet treats and keep little monsters visible in the dark.
 
7. Bats
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Bats are a halloween staple. These designs are quick and easy. Print them in Classic Black and Smoky Black and hang them up or stick them on your walls for some spooktacular decor. Find the designs on Thingiverse and Youmagine.
 
8. Spiders
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These spiders by Scott Lahteine are creepily realistic and perfect for Halloween mischief. Place them amongst your Halloween decor, put them on your Halloween treats, nestle them in your Halloween hair or launch them at your Halloween victims….
 
9. Tree Stump
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That tree is definitely looking at you funny! We shrunk down this Tree Stump Pencil Holder by Casey, and printed it in Smoky Black to create the perfect Halloween candlestick.
 
10. Boo
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Get the message across with this ‘boo’ sign. Download  on Thingiverse and  Youmagine. We printed our one in Earl Grey and Glowbug.

 

We hope you have enjoyed our Halloween 3D print guide. We’ll be posting our Halloween prints on Twitter, Facebook and Google + in the run up to Halloween. We’re really looking forward to seeing your Halloween makes so be sure to tag them with Faberdashery.

Happy Halloween printing everyone!

 

Are you ready for spooky fun? If not, fear not. 3D printing is the perfect way to ensure you don’t get caught in a dead end this Halloween. Here are some of our favourite freaky prints. Do you dare make them….?*

*Pun alert – we’ve inserted as many halloween puns as is humanly (or un-humanly) possible into this post. If you have a fear of puns please stop reading now!

Wicked Pumpkins Demons are a ghoul’s best friend but pumpkins are even better. Print out Makies fantastic Jack-O-Lantern  and insert a string of lights to create these glowing pumpkins. How evil do they look!

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Glowing Eyes Ever felt like you’re being watched? These glowing eyes will ensure you alway are. Print out them out in Glowbug Yellow, place them in a dark corner and enjoy their malevolent stare.

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Halloween Cookie Cutters A great activity to do with the kids. We have created four halloween themed cookie cutters – skull, pumpkin, ghost and bat. Print them out and have fun making cookies to die for.

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Treat toppers Treats or tricks at the ready! Why not combine both? Print out zombie fingers and spiderwebs to give your cakes that extra eeeek factor!

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Pet Bat Wings It’s only right that your pets should get in on the Halloween fun. These bat wings make the perfect costume. Just make sure you’ve installed a bat flap!

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Skelly Make no bones about it Halloween would not be the same without a creepy skull on show. We created Skelly, the dress-up skull, to bring a bit of variety to your Halloween makes. He comes with 10 different accessories that are sure to tickle your funny bone. But don’t stop there! Why not scale him down and print out a collection of skull beads to wear in true headhunter style.

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From all the Faberdashery team we wish you a very fun, scary and creepy Halloween. Mwaaa hahahaha…..!!!

 

 

 

 

What’s better than a skull for Halloween? A 3D Printable Skull Playset of course!

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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!

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We’ve shared Skelly the Skull Playset on Thingiverse. We hope he’ll raise your spirits this Halloween. Mwahahahahhaaaa!