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Can I buy ready-made papercraft masks?

The short answer is no. The idea is that you can make these yourselves and decorate them anyway you want. It is satisfying and easy to do.

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What kind of cardstock should I use?

Card of 300gsm is ideal, but you can use any card that can crease and fold easily. Corrugated card is not suitable though.

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When will I receive the PDF file?

For all digital products, you will be able to download the file immediately after your payment has been processed.

You will need Adobe Reader to open the file and print the patterns. If you don’t have it already installed, it is free to download from Adobe by clicking here

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What size are the masks?

All masks will fit an average adult male head. You can use your printer's settings to scale them down. However, in most cases it will be better to pad them from the inside using some scrunched-up paper.

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What size paper should I use to print the pattern on?

The designs are split into pieces; each of them fits on a single sheet of paper. The pieces will fit in A4 and US Letter paper. Make sure your printer is set to ‘Actual size’ not ‘Fit’ and that you print one sided. 

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Do I need to print the patterns in colour?

You do not need a colour printer to print the patterns. The different folding lines (valley and mountain folds) are marked both in different colour and different style, so you can use a black and white printer too. 

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Do I need a PayPal account?

You do not need to have a PayPal account to make payments. You can use a credit/debit through PayPal to make the payment.