All those who have not yet thought of Christmas tree decorations, or those who have made a last-minute decision and are in the mood for a new decoration, will find Christmas tree pendants for 3D printing here:
Maker “mattia digiovanni” offers us a whole set consisting of reindeer, snowflake, candy cane, fir tree and bird for download and printing. Then add some glitter and glitter and you have the ultimate Christmas tree pendants!
Found on MyMiniFactory, Maker: mattia digiovanni
You can give this pendant away for a necklace, print it twice and make earrings out of it or just hang it on the Christmas tree. It represents an abstract Christmas tree and in the small hollows you can, for example, place stones to make it appear even more noble.
Found on MyMiniFactory, Maker: Guido Vrola
This Christmas tree ball requires no professional knowledge and can be manufactured without support structures. However, one should spend a little time and patience, because it needs about 900 minutes of printing time. Dimensions: 9 x 9 x 11 cm.
Found on MyMiniFactory, Maker: Kirby Downey
Star Wars Angel
Of course, all real Star Wars fans can’t spend a Christmas party without their favorites. Then Stormtroopers must mutate into angels so that they can be recognized by all family members at the holy feast! The 8.6 x 5.6 x 12.4 cm figure is printed per FDM in approx. 2.5 hours.
Found on MyMiniFactory, Maker: Ricarco Salomao
Star Wars R2D2
…the same applies to R2D2s, which suddenly take on the shape of Christmas tree balls…
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: alwayslinux2
This approx. 5 cm high snowflake was generated with the OpenSCAD software “Snowflake Machine” and optimized for an Ultimaker 2 for ABS and PLA. Depending on your mood you can create your own models with the free software or choose a nice one from Maker “mathgrrl”.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: mathgrrl
Now wird´s colorful! With these star-look balls, your Christmas tree is sure to attract everyone’s attention! These were printed in a Replicator, each weigh 16 grams, have a wall thickness of 0.15 cm and a 7 cm diameter. In any case supports should be planned in, the printing time is with approx. 3 hours.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: pmoews
Maker “sarahosell” was inspired for this design by old hand-blown Christmas tree decorations and decided to print an annual series. She started with the vintage dewdrop form, which she made with an Ultimaker 2.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: sarahosell
The individual parts of this gingerbread man are simply glued together. Altogether you print once the male and the tie for a pendant, twice an eye and eyebrow, three times the button and five times the mouth. Maker ” droiddiy” printed it in a Makerbot Replicator 2.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: droiddiy
Home Sweet Home
Maker “drewsloan” has immortalized a few important houses from his private life with this Christmas tree decoration: The house his wife grew up in, his sister’s house and his own. Now it’s up to you, if you want to put yourself to the test and transform your home into a 3D model and a mini replica or if you just use “drewsloan’s” model.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: drewsloan
In four different structure variants you can print these snow balls, which Maker “jppeter” makes available to you. This purple copy was made in an Up Plus 2.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: jppeter
This artistic work was created by a homework assignment, in which each pupil should bring a self-designed Christmas tree ball into the classroom. This is the result of Maker “ZeBobs” printed with a HyperCube.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: ZeBobs
An elegant Christmas tree ball that can hardly be distinguished from the hand-blown ones. It measures 6.2 x 6.2 x 8.3 cm and can be printed with only one support structure. Add a little glitter to give it a more fancy touch!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: sebmet
To be able to hang such a noble variant on the tree, you have to print 20 ice-ferns. More precisely, 19 times the “snowflake single” file and once the “snowflake top” file. All fit together on the print bed of a Replicator 2 (28,5 x 15,3 x 15,5 cm). In order to achieve a realistic looking result, transparent PLA is recommended as printing material.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: pdragy
You can use these fancy grenades all year round as deco balls, but they will also pimp your Christmas tree.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: pmoews
This beautifully shaped, silvery shimmering fir-cone also looks good on the evergreen fir-tree. It was printed in two parts without support. Through the upper part, which closes the cone and is simply glued, you can pull a ribbon to hang up.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: kellyegan
If you prefer a hipper Christmas, you can of course print festive motifs in low poly style and trendier colors!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: RJ_12
Six white-silver kittens trying in vain to get stuck on the tree. Maker “MakerBlock” decided to use a two-layer system instead of a dual extruder. First the background was printed in white and then the upper layer in silver. The result is simply hung on the tree with a hook that can be glued to the back. That’s better than making a hole through those cute little heads.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: MakerBlock
You can use this gift box as a Christmas tree decoration, but you can also fill it with a gift for your loved ones and lock it with a small, decorated key.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker jijimath
This cute snowman can not only be hung up, but also illuminated. It’s hollow inside so you can put it over a LED tealight. If you decide for the second variant, don’t forget to use transparent filament for the print, except for the arms, the hat and the pendant.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Dolly1
Great tree decoration with snowflake, which you can hang in 2D or 3D, depending on whether you unfold the ball or not. For the design Maker “timrbsnow” used the Autodesk Inventor 2016 CAD software.
Found on Thingiverse, maker: timrbsnow
“Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer ” here in a 3D-printed Christmas ball made with polyamide by SLS. The same design is provided by Maker “imaterialise” also with a Santa Claus.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: imaterialise
These well-formed Christmas tree pendants not only look exclusive, they also need “exclusive” attention when printing, that is, the model is not necessarily suitable for beginners. Maker “kowomike” chose PLA as filament and printed the ornaments with a Makergear M2.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: kowomike
This cute acorn is printed in three parts: two are put together, the lower part is screwed. The acorn is not only suitable as a Christmas tree decoration, it can also look cool as a necklace pendant. The awesome thing is that you can hide something small in it, for example a nice message.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: tart2000
A great, very fancy, Christmas tree hanging with a Santa Claus and two joyfully excited waiting children in the branches. If you dare to use this model, note that Santa needs support in any case and is not easy to print…
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: XYZWorkshop
Customizable Tree Decorations
The family of Maker “QuietMan” has also come up with something special: They have positioned themselves in front of their Christmas tree and scanned them so that they can print a beautiful Christmas tree pendant as a souvenir. The great thing: You can personalize the pendant!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: QuietMan