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3D Printed Monster High Shoes

It has been a “Holy Grail” for me to have custom Monster High (or Ever After High) shoes. We’ve 3D Printed several things, but shoes have been a hard thing because our printers could not do fine details very well. Fast forward to two weeks ago when my husband told me he invested in an Anycubic Photon Resin Printer. it’s an LCD printer that uses projection to harden UV resin. I’m not going to get any more technical, so please don’t stop reading now! The point is that this printer will allow us to get CRAZY detailed prints. Look how cool this dragon looks!

Anyways, you aren’t here for Dragons. We’ve been working on this for some time and I can finally show you a product I am proud of! These are my 3D Printed Steampunk Monster High (or Ever After High) Shoes!

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

This is just the first in a long line of custom shoes we are going to make. If people are interested in them, I can post them in my Etsy store. Please let me know what you think! I’ll share more with you once I make more :)

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3D KitBash’s Quin: To Infinity!

Upgrade kit for Quin on Kickstarter Go check this out! Quin is the 3D printable doll and this Kickstarter is for upgrades for her! I’ve already donated to get them all! Check it out:

I’m so excited for these! There are some stretch rewards, too that would be so awesome!

I really want these! Go check out the Kickstarter page and pledge!

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The other 3D prints of today

Our 3D printer was very busy this afternoon. First I printed a throne for my Apple White doll. I found the model on thingiverse; it was supposed to be a holder for an iPhone, but it works perfectly for Apple White. We also printed a revolutionary new Monster High stand as well as the clip for the MH boys. Check them out below the cut:

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3D Printed Monster High Stand Clip

Ever had your stand clip fail/break on a Monster High doll? It is a common problem that several people have reported, and I thought this would be an easy thing to make on a 3D printer. If you are interested, you can download the model on thingiverse. See photos below:

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What do you think? Not bad for an hour’s work.

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More Quin stuffs

…because why not? I’m seriously loving this doll! I think we’ve gotten the problems with the arm pegs all figured out (knock on wood) and she is just amazing! After hearing that Barbie items fit her the best (and seeing that Target had a sale) I rushed over after work to get something for my naked gal! Want to see the results?

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