Dec 22, 2018

Weekend Project: Deck the Halls with 10 3D Printed Christmas Ornaments

Looking to spice up your Christmas tree this year? Why shop for ornaments when you could 3D print your own? Get inspired with these 10 3D printed Christmas ornaments!

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments Merry 3D Christmas!

Print, print, print, as fast as you can! Source: Dp90pusika / Thingiverse

The Christmas countdown is soon coming to an end, but it’s not too late to add some extra Christmas spirit to your home. For this week’s Weekend Project, we decided to share some 3D printable Christmas ornaments.

These ornaments are free and easy to 3D print and hang up on your tree. From frosty snowflakes to mini polar bears, there’s sure to be one that catches your eye.

Whether you print one or print all of them, we hope you enjoy!

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 1. Gift-Giving Polar Bears

What could be inside...? Source: JersyBeast / Thingiverse

Need a taste of the North Pole in your home? Even if there’s no snow on Christmas day, these polar bears will be happy to chill out on your tree.

Remixed from a polar bear can holder, these bears now present a gift box to you. The box has a hole at the top so you can hang them on your tree, making for an adorable ornament.

Who made it? JersyBeast

Where to find? Thingiverse

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 2. Gingerbread Man

Gingerbread Man saying hello! Source: Dp90pusika / Thingiverse

Gingerbread is one of the best things about Christmas — so why not turn it into a Christmas decoration? This gingerbread man was modeled after the one from Shrek, complete with a frosted face and gumdrop buttons. 

Definitely an easy print, this gingerbread man is sure to look great, especially when painted. It’ll look right at home on your Christmas tree or even in front of a gingerbread house.

Who made it? Dp90pusika

Where to find? Thingiverse

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 3. Mini Christmas Tree

Simple yet beautiful. Source: Genapart / Thingiverse

Try out some Christmas tree-ception with these tiny Christmas tree ornaments. There are four different models to choose from: twisted, not twisted, and with or without the ornament hole.

Each tree is based off the profile of a snowflake. If you were to slice the tree in half horizontally, you’d see a snowflake at the cut (check out the Thingiverse page for pictures). Pretty nifty, no? 

Who made it? Genapart

Where to find it? Thingiverse

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 4. Ornamental Coffee Cup

These cups are just for looking at. Source: bpmarkowitz / Thingiverse

The great thing about 3D printing your own ornaments is that you can print whatever you want — even if it’s not strictly Christmas-related.

Nonetheless, Christmas is the best time of the year to sit around a fire and sip hot beverages. So why not print out some coffee cups? These would be great for decorating a coffee shop or just to give your house a homey vibe.

The ornament comes in three snap-fit parts. Simply tie a knot underneath the lid and your cup is complete.

Who made it? bpmarkowitz 

Where to find it? Thingiverse

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 5. Spinning Christmas Star

Don't get dizzy! Source: muzz64 / Thingiverse

If you’re looking for a unique Christmas tree-topper, consider 3D printing this spinning star. It comes in two versions, in case you want to hang it from the tree instead.

Made up of three to four concentric stars, each piece rotates independently around the center axis. The best part? The whole ornament will 3D print in one piece — no assembly required!

Who made it? muzz64 

Where to find it? Thingiverse

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 6. Vase Mode Baubles

Are these even 3D printed? Source: janahorova / Thingiverse

For a traditional Christmas ornament look, try out these elegant Christmas tree baubles. Designed to print fast in vase mode, the result is simple but classy.

These ornaments come in five different shapes, such as a bell, a diamond, and other interesting geometries. To add some extra sparkle, you could even try painting it with glitter.

Who made it? janahorova

Where to find it? Thingiverse

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 7. Little Deer Ornament

They're going down in history. Source: 3d-decoratie / Thingiverse

Ready for some reindeer games? Print your own adorable reindeer to hang up on your tree. With such a flat, easily printable design, you’ll have a whole herd of them in no time!

The file comes in big and small sizes, which you can also scale yourself. Simply thread a string through the center hole on its back, and your reindeer will be good to go.

Who made it? 3d-decoratie

Where to find it? Thingiverse

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 8. Flat Spinning Ornaments

Too many to choose from... Source: toolmoon / Thingiverse

This collection of Christmas ornaments comes with a whopping eight different designs. Each one prints flat in two pieces that easily snap together. From stars to snowflakes to mini Christmas trees, each one spins gracefully while hanging off a tree.

Perfect for a crafts fair or a paint and glitter activity. Don’t miss out on these cool decorations!

Who made it? toolmoon

Where to find it? Thingiverse

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 9. Customizable Santa

A veritable mall Santa convention! Source: makkuro / Thingiverse

Deck the halls with these awesome customizable Santas! Open up this design in the Thingiverse Customizer to create a Santa of your very own. You can change the body, face, hat, arms as well as his classic bag of gifts.

There’s even an option to randomly generate any number of these adorable models to 3D print. If you want to make him a tree ornament, make sure to add the hole in the Customizer!

Who made it? makkuro

Where to find it? Thingiverse

3D Printed Christmas Ornaments 10. Lockable Gift Box

Small gifts only... Source: jijimath / Thingiverse

Why put your presents under the tree when you can put them in the tree? This fully 3D printed box can double as both an ornament and gift wrap. With a working key and fancy bow to top it off, it’s sure to impress your loved ones. 

The gift box does require some assembly to get the lock working, so be sure to watch the video to put everything together. 

Who made it? jijimath

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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