Christmas is soon approaching! Use these fantastic Christmas 3D printed cookie cutters to ensure that your baked goods are ready for the occasion.
Christmas is quickly approaching, so you need to be ready for any food requirements that may arise. Cookie cutters are a great way to make your sweet confections look as good as they taste when baking sweet treats, a popular tradition.
There are many options because cookie cutter models are common in 3D model repositories like Thingiverse, MyMiniFactory, and Cults. We’ll list 25 Christmas-themed cookie designs that result in incredible shapes below.
Be sure to pay attention to the food safety guidelines before we proceed with the list.
Some 3D printing filaments might contain substances that, while safe for other applications, shouldn’t come in contact with food. If 3D printed objects are not regularly washed, bacteria can grow in the spaces between the layers and cause contamination. To fill the gaps in your print, we advise using epoxy or sealant that is safe for food.
However, try not to worry. Using a PLA cookie cutter won’t probably harm you in any way. There are FDA-certified food-safe filaments that you can use to print dishwasher-safe cups, plates, and other items if you want to be on the safe side.
You’re ready, so let’s move on to the delicious part!
3D Printed Christmas Cookie Cutters
If you’re looking for some basic cookie cutters, this collection is just what you’ll need. The set has several designs: a Christmas tree, gingerbread man, snowflake, Merry Christmas, and many more.
- Designer: Dal Part
- Download: MyMiniFactory Merry Christmas! Cookie Cutters Collection! 🙂
Multi Design Cookie Cutter Roller
This cool 3D printable gadget might be exactly what the lazy doctor ordered if you want to bake as many Christmas cookies as possible in the shortest amount of time. The roller, which can be used somewhat like a rolling pin, has three different cookie designs that can be rolled over the flattened cookie dough. It will swiftly cut all three designs of cookies in an even line, saving you valuable time when making cookies.e.
3D Christmas Cookies
Step up with these cool 3D cookie cutters if you want to wow people this year with your Christmas cookie game. Simply cut out the various cookie components, then put them together using a little icing to keep everything in place. Reindeer, Santa’s sleigh, a Christmas tree, a star, and a snowflake are all included in the set.
Christmas Moose Cookie Cutter
There should be a Christmas Moose, but I don’t believe there is. Why do moose cookies sound so festive? I have no idea. This year, I’ve already made the decision to distribute moose cookies, and I implore you all to do the same. I can create the Christmas Moose if someone can create the Christmas Pickle.
Many Snowflake cookie cutters are available, but I believe this set of four is the most attractive. Given the sharpness of the points on them, I’m not sure how they would bake up, but I’ll give it a try. The smaller snowflake design prints inside the larger one, making printing these extremely simple.
#3DBenchy Cookie Cutter
The #3DBenchy model is almost as commonplace in 3D printing as the Yoda head model was two years ago. It’s a fun print model and a great way to test almost every aspect of your 3D printer’s capacity to print overhangs and challenging cutouts. Thankfully, making the cookie version won’t be as difficult, but it might test your sweet tooth.
Gingerbread Tea house Cookie-Cutter
Nothing screams the holiday season like a gingerbread house, and with this cookie cutter, you can make a miniature version that will hang from the side of your cup. While you wait for your drink to cool, you can dip it in your tea or hot cocoa or eat it as a snack. The cookie cutter’s creator even provided a great recipe ideal for holding miniature houses together. The three parts are held together by some icing.
- Designer: Matthias Peschek
- Download: MyMiniFactory Gingerbread Tea house Cookie-Cutter
Train Set Cookie Cutters
Toy trains have existed almost as long as real trains, and train sets have long been associated with the holidays. Baking a train set might be a great alternative if you don’t have enough space to arrange that train set around your tree this year or if you own cats, which puts you in Christmas decoration limbo. The four different designs in this set of train cookie cutters don’t require additional support, making them incredibly simple to print.
This Santa Claus-themed pattern is ideal for holiday cookies. Cookies featuring Santa’s face, complete with hat and mustache, are the result. You can find more impressive designs from The Maker, a well-known cookie cutter designer, on their profile page.
According to the Maker, this cookie cutter takes about an hour to print and uses about 20 grams of filament. Fine detail is not a top priority, so a 0.3-mm layer height is advised.
Another image that screams “Christmas” is Santa’s hat, which is depicted animatedly by this cookie cutter. This model, created in Tinkercad, has a fairly straightforward shape with a few subtle curves along the brim that give it the appearance of Santa’s hat rather than just another hat.
The designer rated this cookie-cutter design as “easy” in terms of complexity, and printing the model took about 15 minutes. Additionally, the model is referred to as support-free because there are no overhangs.
- Designer: FlavioDiQuattro
- Download: MyMiniFactory
This cookie cutter is a fantastic option for the Christmas season, whether you see the cookies in the image above in the shape of Santa’s boot or a Christmas stocking. Each printed cookie cutter can make two boot-shaped cookies per impression because the model is a 2-in-1 mold. The designer suggests rolling your dough as thinly as possible for the model’s best outcomes and the most detail.
The design creator listed that they made this cookie cutter with a 0.1-mm layer height and a 20% infill density. They also stated that they used PETG filament and no raft or supports for the print.
The popular children’s book How The Grinch Stole Christmas inspired the design of this cookie cutter. If you don’t already know, the Grinch is a mean green creature that tries to rob Christmas. The grinning means the cookie cutter is very detailed, but the cookies made with it turn out beautifully.
The project files include a grip design for simple pressing. According to the creator, you can attach the piece by supergluing the grip to the back of the cookie cutter design.
Another interesting tidbit is that this design reportedly also works well with Play-Doh.
Christmas Tree Cookie Cutter
This cookie cutter should be simple to print and is shaped like a straightforward Christmas tree. Because the base of this design is larger, cutting cookies into desired shapes is easier.
The design is so simple that printing ought to go quickly. Given that it has so little detail, you’ll probably have no problems!
Christmas Ball Ornament Cookie Cutter
Fun star shapes create raised stars on the Christmas ornament in this cookie-cutter design. If you want variety, there is another design as well!
As with other cookie cutters, a high resolution is unnecessary because there aren’t any minute details to replicate. If the stars were highlighted with colorful icing, these would look even better!
Christmas decorations abound, from inflatable lawn Santas to Christmas trees. Another common decoration is candles, and this cookie cutter design of a candle with some jolly holly at its base has decent detail and ought to result in some cool-looking cookies.
According to the designer, the cookie cutter was printed with a 0.3-mm layer height. The model’s general structure isn’t too complicated, so printing it shouldn’t be too difficult. Additionally, the model lacks overhangs, eliminating the need for support.
Jingle Bells 3D Printed Cookie Cutter
Bells are a popular Christmas ornament, so what better way to celebrate the distinctive Christmas sounds than bell-shaped cookies? The cookies made using this model have an impressive level of detail, decorated with Christmas bells and a bow.
To ensure an even press each time, the model has a flat piece attached to the cutter’s back. This ought to be a simple and quick print that will yield holiday treats for years to come!
Reindeer are well-known for being cherished Christmas animals, and their cookie-cutter appearance only increases this affection. The reindeer cookies look amazing because of the model’s extensive use of indented detail.
The designer didn’t offer any printing advice, but a Maker who used a 0.2-mm layer height and a 20% infill posted a fantastic print.
What better representation of Santa than his gift-filled sleigh? Even though using this sleigh cookie cutter won’t prevent you from buying presents, you’ll still get some fantastic holiday treats. This design has the Customizer app enabled, and by entering your preferred print settings, you can adjust the model for your printer.
There aren’t definite settings that the model responds to best due to its adaptability. According to the designer, the STL is intended for a 0.4-mm diameter nozzle and a layer height of 0.2 mm. Additionally, this design has no overhangs, so support shouldn’t be required as long as the model is oriented correctly.
What is associated with Christmas (in some countries)? Snow! The Customize app on Thingiverse has a slider bar you can use to change the appearance of this snowflake cookie cutter.
Even though the designer provided no printing advice, a Maker succeeded with a 0.2-mm layer height and a 5% infill.
You can also use this gingerbread man cookie cutter to create actual gingerbread people from gingerbread instead of just sugar cookies. Another holiday season staple is gingerbread, and like the other models on this list, it uses 3D indentations to add fun details.
A 0.25-mm layer height and a 30% infill are suggested by a Maker who shared a fantastic print. Use your decorating skills to give your gingerbread people unique outfits and personalities!
Multiple Design Roller
Interested in multiple designs but only one print? The circular frame of this roller cookie cutter is decorated with designs of candy canes, Christmas trees, snowmen, and gingerbread men. Each imprint design can be used separately, or you can roll it out on a large piece of dough and bake all four at once!
What could be funnier than a snowman? one you can consume! Using 3D indentations, this cookie-cutter design creates a snowman with buttons, a face, and a scarf.
The designer successfully printed this cookie cutter in PETG, and a different Maker achieved excellent results with a 0.2-mm layer height and a 20% infill.
Snowflake Coffee Template
What could be better than relaxing with a hot cup of coffee or cocoa after all your holiday guests have left, the presents have been carefully opened, and the mess has been cleaned up? Using this awesome template, you can add a design to the top of your coffee, just like they do at the coffee shop you adore. Any surface can be decorated with a snowflake pattern using cocoa powder, powdered sugar, or even colored sprinkles.
That’s all for now; as always, I appreciate your reading. Any holiday 3D printing projects you’re working on or any cookies you made with 3D printed cookie cutters would be greatly appreciated.