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Procrastinators can also take heart from the ease of assembly—it only takes two to three hours from printing the templates to finish the mask, Wintercroft says. Plus, the polygon construction of each headpiece is “pretty robust,” meaning it’ll survive even the wildest of nights out.

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From a grinning Jack-o’-lantern to a leering werewolf, spooky options abound. They’re also designed to treat, not trick, the environment. “The masks are intended to be built from discarded, reused, or recycled card,” Wintercroft says. “When you have finished with your mask you can strip the tape off and throw it in with the recycling.”

There’s another reason why these masks are too ghoul for school. “You also have the satisfaction of knowing that you made it yourself,” Wintercroft adds.

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[Via Slate]