In preparation for Halloween, I designed this little home decoration- a tiny tealight holder. A cute pair of pumpkin Jack-O-Lanterns in the theme of comedy/tragedy theatrical masks.
Designed to fit standard 38mm diameter LED flickering tealights (not recommended to use with real candles, obviously, as the plastic may melt when exposed to flame).
Included are STL files for: the combined tealight decoration, separate Happy and Sad pumpkins, just the faces so you could boolean them into your own designs, and just the plain pumpkins for you to add your own faces as you want.
You can find out more about the design process here!
EDIT: Someone brought to my attention that the stems on the standalone pumpkins weren't printing correctly- it appears the boolean didn't work as intended and they were separated shells. If you're using S3D with the old models you can tell it to separate meshes and that should fix the problem, or just download the models again- I've updated them and fixed the problem, the V2 models should print just fine. It was only the solo'd models that weren't printing correctly, the combined lanterns were and still are printing just fine.
Support material is needed for the insides of the mouths (particularly the top teeth that would be printing in mid air without it) and for the inside of the pumpkin to support the top of the head.
If you're using S3D you can go to generate supports, tell it to do 4mm supports from bed only, generate, and then manually place some supports inside the mouths.
Having 3-5 top dense layers on the support will help make sure the first layer of the teeth go well- they are small and can be brittle in PLA so be careful. If they break off, a dab of super glue should put them back just fine.