Jan 29, 2019
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Geometric 3D Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft

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Builder and designer Steve Wintercroft has created an awesome series of geometric 3D paper masks that you can build yourself. Steve says it all began a few years ago when he was invited to a Halloween party and was struggling for costume ideas:

“I sat down with a pile of old cardboard, some parcel tape, a pair of scissors and plenty of hot tea. An hour or so later and after some trial and error I had made myself a fox mask.”

 

Steve sells his designs through his Etsy shop where you get the template; print it out and stick it to whatever material you want to use (or reuse); cut out the pieces; match the numbers; and tape it all together. Wintercroft estimates 1 – 3 hours to build each mask yourself. For more info, check him out at the links below.

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STEVE WINTERCROFT
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Etsy

 

 

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Designed by STEVE WINTERCROFT
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Designed by STEVE WINTERCROFT
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Designed by STEVE WINTERCROFT
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Photograph by Fearless Photography

 

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Designed by STEVE WINTERCROFT
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Etsy
Photograph by Fearless Photography

 

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Designed by STEVE WINTERCROFT
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Etsy

 

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Designed by STEVE WINTERCROFT
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Designed by STEVE WINTERCROFT
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