We're approaching Halloween, so why not set yourself a craft project to create a unique outfit to wear to a party? Whether you celebrate the holiday or simply want a fun craft activity and striking props to play with, these Canon Creative Park templates could be for you. Both adults and children can make papercraft masks using the many patterns available on Creative Park.
An affordable, fun and plastic-free alternative to traditional fancy dress masks, this is more than just an entertaining activity. It can act as a mindful crafting experience and a great way of spending time with friends or family.
Designer and illustrator Pippa Hiscock chose to make a range of masks using templates from Creative Park, including a harpy eagle, a bull, a fox and a cat. A handmade mask makes for the perfect addition to any fancy dress party and it's a great way of showing off your crafting skills. Find out how Pippa did it, and discover top tips for making your own unique papercraft masks.
You will need
• Canon Creative Park app or website
• Canon Matte Photo Paper
• Canon PIXMA printer, such as the Canon PIXMA TS5350a Series
• Glue stick/glue gun/glue dots/sticky tape