The Papercut Monster Halloween Costume by Troy BarberTroy Barber had one night to prepare for an impromptu Halloween party, so for his costume he bought a Tyvek paint suit and a can of Spray77, recycled an old stryofoam bicycle helmet, and dug up an old in-line shredder out of his attic to create this creepy, yeti-like Paper Cut Monster. Troy spent several hours shredding several reams of used office paper, leaving about an inch of un-shredded paper at one end. He then spray-mounted the intact end of each piece (printed side facing out) onto the Tyvek paint suit and did the same thing to the bicycle helmet while spray-mounting more shredded paper to a dollar store mask.
HOW TO MAKE THIS COSTUME
Step 1:Shred about five reams of used office paper using an inline shredder, leaving about an inch of paper intact at each end.
Step 2:Glue the intact end of each piece of paper shredded end up and print side out to the Tyvek suit, covering it completely.
Step 3:Don't forget to not glue paper over your zipper!
Step 4:Glue larger sheets of shredded paper on to an old bicycle helmet, then spray mount finely shredded paper to a cheap mask.