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With the fall time and Halloween just around the corner we thought it would be fun to include a simple and easy batman mask for kids and adults to make that can be used with a costume. We discovered the mask on a different website but the instructions were difficult to follow. We thought we could provide better instructions to make the project simpler and less time consuming.

Original Source:

http://origami-blog.origami-kids.com/eng/easy-origami-batman-mask-barth-dunkan.htm

Below we will include two sets of steps, one with just a picture only representation of how to build the mask, and then lastly a step by step picture guide accompanied with a verbal description of what needs to be done.

Step 1: Photo Only Guide

For those of you that would like the quick visual representation guide, please follow these steps, but for more detailed instructions, please continue.

Step 2:

Obtain a 12” by 12” piece of scrapbook paper. Black and white double-sided paper is preferred.

Step 3:

Make sure the paper
is black side down (white side up). Fold the paper along the diagonals.

Step 4:

Fold the bottom corner so that it touches the middle crease.

Step 5:

Fold the bottom corner so that it touches the middle crease.

Step 6:

Unfold the last crease. Fold the bottom corner so that it touches the crease that was just unfolded.

Step 7:

Fold the right corner so that the bottom of the triangle matches up with the small black triangle.

Step 8:

Unfold the last crease. Fold the left corner so that the bottom of the triangle matches up with the small black triangle.

Step 9:

Unfold the last crease. Fold the top corner so that the two corners of the new triangle formed match up with the top of the left and right creases.

Step 10:

Unfold all creases. Fold along the axial line.

Step 11:

Flip the paper 90 degrees.

Step 12:

Fold the right corner to align the edge with the right most axial crease. The corner should end up pointing down.

Step 13:

Fold the left corner to align the edge with the left most axial crease. The corner should end up pointing down.

Step 14:

Unfold the last two creases.

Step 15:

Lift the right corner to a 90 degree angle relative to the table. As you open the inside to expose the white side of the paper, pull the corner down and align so no white is shown. (This should make a diamond shape fold)

Step 16:

*Repeat step 15 for the left side of the paper.*

Lift the left corner to a 90 degree angle relative to the table. As you open the inside to expose the white side of the paper, pull corner down and align so no white is shown. (This should make a diamond shape fold)

Step 17:

Begin with the left diamond shape. Fold in bottom sides to align with the center of the diamond. (It should resemble a kite shape)

Step 18:

*Repeat step 17 on the right diamond.*

Fold in bottom sides to align with the center of the diamond. (It should resemble a kite shape)

Step 19:

Unfold the four previous creases.

Step 20:

Open the right diamond and fold to the previous crease as you bring the outer edge in to meet and align along the middle of the diamond.

Step 21:

*Repeat step 20 on the left diamond shape.*

Open the left diamond and fold to the previous crease as you bring the outer edge in to meet and align along the middle of the diamond.

Step 22:

Open the kite shape to create two diamonds.

Step 23:

Fold in the top sides of the right diamond to meet at the center.

Step 24:

Fold in the top sides of the left diamond to meet at the center.

Step 25:

Fold from the inside to the outside of the left diamond, folding along the center of the diamond.

Step 26:

Fold from the inside to the outside of the right diamond, folding along the center of the diamond.

Step 27:

Fold from the bottom corner, to the top edge of the mask

Step 28:

Fold top corner down along the pre-existing crease.

Step 29:

Fold the bottom Fold up along the

pre-existing crease.white corner so that the tip meets the pre-existing crease.

Step 30:

Fold up along the pre-existing crease.

Step 31: Be Batman!

Go find the detonator

<p>Love the mask! I&rsquo;m really into Batman and origami, so it was a no-brainer for me. Check out the photo of the one I made.</p>
<p>thanks for sharing this step-by-step origami project! </p>

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