DIY Halloween Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

As much as we love Halloween (and the parties that come along with the holiday), we hate the thought of spending an arm and a leg for a costume. If you’re looking for something cheap, easy and creative, take a look at these awesome DIY geometric paper masks.

Designed by Steve Wintercroft, this collection of paper masks couldn’t have come at a better time. Wintercroft’s range includes everything from animals and faces to stormtroopers and skulls – offering up something for everyone. For under $10 you get the PDF to download from his Etsy page, and all you have to do is hit the download button, print this bad boy, color the mask to your liking, and you’re ready to roll. This could be the best budget costume we’ve ever come across. Check out some of the mask options below. [Purchase]

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