Top 10 3D-Printed Christmas Decoration Ideas

Are you looking for ways to bring 3D printing into your Christmas celebrations? Then look no further. In this article, we will show you the top 10 3D-printed Christmas decoration ideas — from Christmas tree ornaments to gift-wrapping inspiration.

1. 3D-printed Santa grumpy cat

A purr-fect decoration for the Scrooge in your life. Designed as a Christmas tree ornament, this 3D-printed grumpy cat designed by Matt Bagshaw has a hole in the collar to thread ribbon or a hook through. Also makes a fun tree topper!


Ho Ho Hum Cat by Matt Bagshaw

2. Quin Christmas tree ornament

The ‘Quin’ is a stunning geometric 3D print designed by Bathsheba Grossman. Here, it’s sized to be an ornament for a Christmas tree. This 3D print is available at Bathsheba’s shop on

Quin Christmas Tree Ornament by Bathsheba Grossman

Quin Christmas Tree Ornament by Bathsheba Grossman

3. Labyrinth gift box

It might look less Christmassy but it’s all the more fun. The Labyrinth Gift Box by Robert will make wrapping and un-wrapping your gifts more challenging: “Time for Christmas, time for a less boring package for the cash my nephews will get. Last year, it took them all of 5 seconds to get at their cash. This one will take them longer. There’s only one correct path and I tried to make it so that it’s easy to slide past the correct exits. Time will tell if it’s effective!” You can download the STL file (and customize the model if you want to) here.

3d-printed-Labyrinth Gift Box

Labyrinth Gift Box by Robert

4. Lockable present ornament

If you think the previous design looked too geeky, then maybe you will prefer this one. The ‘Lockable Present Ornament’ was designed by the MIND Research Institute. It’s a gift box and a lockable tree ornament at the same time. You can download the 3D files here.


Lockable Present Ornament by the MIND Research Institute

5. 3D-printed bird nest

Winter is coming for many of us — and so is the season for bird feeders. The team from PrintedNest designed this stylish 3D-printed nest. You can get the STL files here and tweak your own design.


6. Pixel star tree topper

Every Christmas tree needs a tree topper — so why not make it a 3D-printed one? Gustav Knape designed a retro pixelated star to decorate your tree. You can download the 3D file here. You can also download it as a tree ornament here.

Pixel Star Tree Topper by Gustav Knape

Pixel Star Tree Topper by Gustav Knape

7. Lego Christmas sweater

Dorky Christmas sweaters are not just for humans. With 3D printing, they’re also available for toys and figurines. Michael Curry, for example, created Christmas sweaters for LEGO figures. Get inspired and create your own Christmas designs!


Lego Christmas Sweater by Michael Curry

8. Space Invaders ornaments

Jeremy Peterson designed simple ornaments that will make your Christmas tree stand out: “I am a big fan of making Christmas gifts wherever possible. Last year, these Space Invaders-inspired Christmas tree ornaments were one of the most popular things I made. It was a fun project and easy to execute.” Download your 8-bit space invader design here.


Space Invader Ornaments by Jeremy Peterson

9. 3D-printed silver pendant

The ‘Reach the Stars’ pendant by Loupgarou was inspired by a fairy tale the designer read in his childhood and illustrates an endeavor to reach for a star. Loupgarou’s beautiful design can be ordered here as a 3D print in sterling silver with a high-gloss finish. Learn more about 3D printing silver items here.


Reach the Stars pendant by Loupgarou

10. 3D-printed frost jewelry

Czech jewelry brand blueberries creates outstanding 3D-printed rings, pendants, and earrings. In 2015, they launched their ‘Frost’ collection — jewelry inspired by ice and winter. You can learn more about the designers and collections in our blog post here.


Frost pendant by blueberries

Get your design for Christmas

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