In previous games, players were limited when decorating their Able Sisters’ exteriors. Pixelated paths were basically the only way of landscaping in Animal Crossing: Wild World. I remember trying to spruce up my Animal Crossing: Wild World shops by using mismatched flowers from Tom Nook. I also remember crudely insulting the tanuki tycoon on the bulletin board, but that’s for another time (and probably another place). But even using flowers to decorate was difficult due to the darn pavement beneath the shops.
Even in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the shopping area was unchangeable. Additionally, players couldn’t curve paths, terraform, or place furniture outside. Therefore the addition of these features to Animal Crossing: new Horizons is what makes the game so attractive.
Players just have so much more freedom and ways to be creative when it comes to exterior design. However, the sudden abundance of tools given to us can be a little daunting. Somehow staring at plain grass doesn’t seem to help inspiration to hit any faster.
Not used to decorating the exteriors of shops in the games, I had no clue where to start. The outside areas of Able Sisters and Nook’s Cranny on my island remained pitifully drab until REALLY recently. Are you in the same boat? Get inspired by these Able Sisters exteriors from Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Why not use one of these amazing path designs around your Able Sisters shop?
It is likely painfully obvious that MyPotatoGames adores Animal Crossing. Additionally, as a website that provides wholesome video game news, it seemed imperative to create the following article. An article that is a crossover between Animal Crossing: New Horizons and various games which get a thumbs up from MPG.
It is true that we have featured some video game design ID codes in previous articles. However, this crossover article features a huge variety of some seriously cool video game-themed Animal Crossing: New Horizons designs that you can use in the game.
How To Obtain Custom Designs Using ID Codes
Getting the custom designs app on your NookPhone will allow you to create your own designs and to scan QR codes created by others into your game. However, in regards to clothing with QR codes, you will only be able to place tiles, or wear designs as tank tops. However, you can use Nook Miles to purchase the Pro Design upgrade. The upgrade can be purchased from the Nook Stop terminal at Residents Services for a reasonable 800 Nook Miles.
This will allow you to create different items of clothing as ‘Pro Designs’. There are various types of clothing you can then choose from. Examples include balloon-hem dresses, hoodies, sweaters, coats and more. You can also scan QR codes of Pro Designs from New Leaf.
Providing you have a Switch Online Membership, (and have purchased the Pro Design upgrade), you can use this feature. And despite the game being just a few months old, there are already an astounding number of awesome fanmade designs via the kiosk’s portal. Here are just a few of the best gaming-themed ones:
Indie Video Game Design Codes:
Mario Video Game Design Codes:
Zelda Video Game Design Codes:
Pokémon Video Game Design Codes:
Animal Crossing Video Game Design Codes:
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And as the top potato of MyPotatoGames, Henry naturally had to have his very own t shirt as well 😆🥔
If you enjoyed this article, why not check out some awesome Pop Culture Design ID codes for New Horizons here.
Providing you have the Custom Designs app on your NookPhone, you can create your own designs (including transparent ones) and scan QR codes to obtain other people’s designs. If you have unlocked the Able Sisters store in New Horizons, you will probably know that there is a kiosk at the back of the store.
Once you have used Nook Miles to purchase the Pro Design upgrade, and have a Switch Online membership, you can share and save Pro Designs using ID codes. Entering a creator ID code at the kiosk will show you all of the designs created by that player. Entering a Design ID code at the kiosk will take you directly to a specific custom design.
Looking for even more Animal Crossing New Horizons Patterns?
There are so, so, many great designs being created by players, some of which you can find here, here and here. But guess what? Here are even more fan-made custom designs in Animal Crossing New Horizons! ?
If you’ve unlocked the Able Sisters clothing shop, you may have wondered “Where’s Labelle?”. Labelle first appeared in Animal Crossing: City Folk, after falling out with Sable. Wanting to pursue her dreams as a fashion designer, she decided to head to the city. In City Folk, Gracie hired Label (her birth name) to run the GracieGrace store, but made her change her name to Labelle. She also appears in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, where she keeps the name Labelle, but no longer works for Gracie. Labelle runs the accessory shop next to the Able Sisters clothing shop. Seemingly having made ammends with Mabel and Sable in New Leaf, you may be curious as to where she is, and what she’s up to. If so, here’s how to meet Labelle in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
How To Meet Her
In order to meet Labelle, you will first need to have unlocked and built the Able Sisters clothing shop. You can find out how to do this here. Once the Able Sisters are open for business, Labelle may pay a visit to your island. The day and time she appears is random, however, she can always be found in the Plaza.
What Is She Up To?
If you see her in your plaza, with her suitcase and bag, be sure to speak with her. You may then be surprised to see that she has decided to revert to using her birth name, Label. She is attempting to make it big as a fashion deisgner. Therefore, she is ‘traveling to lots of different places’ to ‘see and learn about as many styles’ as she can.
Each time she visits, she will ask for you to assemble an outfit of a certain theme and model it for her. She will give you an item of clothing from her chosen theme ‘so you have an idea of the look she’s going for’.
You can simply just change into the piece of clothing that she gives you to get a reward. However, it’s fun to try and dress from head to toe in clothing that match her desired theme. Either way, she compliments you (no matter how silly you look).
In return for modelling the clothing, she will give you a clothing item from her fashion label, which she calls ‘Labelle’ in honour of her previous name.
She will also mail you a ‘Tailor Ticket’. This can be used to purchase an item costing 3,000 bells or less at the Able Sisters store. This suggests she is still on relatively good terms with her two hedgehog siblings.
Like in previous mainline games in the series, Sable will warm to you and chat more if you speak to her each day. After speaking with her a few times, she will give her thoughts on Label’s decision to become an independent fashion designer. Sable is disappointed that Label isn’t around to help out.
However, Mabel cheers her up, and reminds her that they made a promise to take care of the shop whilst Label is gone.
Getting the custom designs app on your NookPhone will allow you to create your own designs and scan QR codes to obtain designs created by others. However, in regards to clothing, you will only be able to wear ’tile’ designs as a tank top. You can use Nook Miles to purchase the Pro Design upgrade.
This will give you a bunch of new different types of clothing to choose from when creating Pro Designs. Some examples are balloon-hem dresses, hoodies, sweaters, coats and more. You can also scan Pro Design QR codes from New Leaf.
However, you will want to have the Able Sisters shop on your island in order to buy socks, shoes, hats, glasses etc. But the Able Sisters don’t just sell clothing. The prickly pair have a kiosk at the back of their store. Here, you can find and share designs made in Animal Crossing: New Horizons via a Creator ID or individual Design ID code.
Providing you have a Switch Online Membership, (and have purchased the Pro Design upgrade), you can use this feature. And despite the game being a new release, people have already been busy creating and sharing a bunch of awesome designs via the kiosk’s portal. Here are just a few amazing fan-made custom designs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.