A downloadable Papercraft

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These plans and instructions let you build your very own papercraft mask based on the koopa king Bowser from cardstock or thin cardboard.

When assembled, this mask is highly detailed and will provide an excellent starting pointing to making a high quality costume mask. Due to the complexity of the model, it may not look very beginner friendly, but with just a little patience and a careful eye, I have faith that anyone can assemble this fun and cute papercraft mask. If you can cut, fold, and match up numbers and tabs, you can make this project! 

Please note that when fully assembled, you may not be able to just slip the mask on like a helmet. You will need to cut your own parting line in the model to be able to slip it on. I left this decision up to the maker, since depending on what you plan to use it for, everyone's taste is a little different about this.

. You are buying the plans and instructions only in the form of a PDF. Just print the PDF out on US Letter size 8.5 x 11 paper. Please do not share, steal, or redistribute these instructions, they were intended for personal use only. You may use them to print as many masks as you like. This mask is a personal craft project, not to be used for profit.


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Bowser Mask.pdf 7 MB

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