Paper Bag Mask

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Introduction: Paper Bag Mask

Wearing a paper bag over your head? Spice it up!!

Step 1: First Step

You will need a printer, scissors, spray adhesive, objects such as ribbons, buttons.., and a paper bag. The first step is to print the photo of your desired face.

Step 2: Step 2

Cut out face for a more realistic look.

Step 3: Step 3

Cut out eye holes so you can see and the mouth if your feeling frisky

Step 4: Step 4

Cut out the same holes in the paper mask so they match with the photos cut outs.

Step 5: Step 5

Spray adhesive on back of photo and stick down on paper bag.

Step 6: Step 6

Add objects to mask for a more realistic look. (ribbons, buttons&.)

Step 7: Final Step

Put on mask and feel fantastic!

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    32 Discussions

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    Wastntime
    Wastntime

    5 years ago

    Problem is, where do you find a paper bag nowadays?

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    DIY-Guy
    DIY-Guy

    Reply 4 years ago

    Ask a full service grocery store, you may pay $.15 per pound, or $.05 per large bag.
    Or, make a bag from paper and glue... maybe could even use a rubber band to hold a printed face up as a mask.
    Hope this helps. :)

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    bd5
    bd5

    5 years ago

    I think I stared at that for an entire minute to try and figure out what was going on. Great job!

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    fixfireleo
    fixfireleo

    5 years ago

    hmmm, so i could be WONDER WOMAN!! lol

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    Laral
    Laral

    5 years ago

    That's hilarious. It's so simple you could make several different ones and double and triple dip the good houses. LOL!

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    mrwild8
    mrwild8

    5 years ago

    Love the look!

    These bags can get hot after a while - I like to cut a couple of Eye-Sized holes in the top (bottom of the bag) in order for some of the air to escape as it heats, thereby drawing cooler air up from the shoulders area...

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    bethmwl
    bethmwl

    5 years ago

    Great idea! I could be cool to swap faces and clothes with a friend and go out on the town together. I bet people would mix em up a lot.

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    steveinsandiego

    very cool idea. i asked mrs steveinsandiego if i could be her and she could be me. she was very uncooperative. LOLOLOL.


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    royblumenthal
    royblumenthal

    10 years ago on Introduction

    What a clever mask!

    Once witnessed, it's one of those, 'Why didn't *I* think of this???' ideas.

    Congrats!

    Blue skies
    Roy

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    diannagail
    diannagail

    10 years ago on Introduction

    How do you keep it on straight in order to see. What about a cardboard inner frame?

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    The_Saccade
    The_Saccade

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Excellent! Very funny.

    I will make one of Kirsten O'Brien (from CBBC) and take it out with me, when I go drinking in the city, so that I may put it over the heads of the women I meet.

    Because, let's face it, I always end up with the munters...