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As Halloween rapidly approaches, the scramble for clever costume ideas becomes increasingly frantic. But if you’re still looking, consider getting one of these masks from Wintercroft.

We covered him and his DIY masks last year, and now, he’s back with a new collection of geometric creations. These might be even cooler than his last batch.

Each mask is made with thin cardboard.

Each mask is made with thin cardboard.

If you want one for yourself, you just have to buy the pattern, download it, and print it out.

After that, you glue the pattern to some thin cardboard, cut it, fold it, and tape it together.

After that, you glue the pattern to some thin cardboard, cut it, fold it, and tape it together.

Old cereal boxes are perfect for this task.

In the end, you’re left with a totally unique mask!

In the end, you're left with a totally unique mask!

Since the masks are made out of cardboard, you can customize them to your liking.

Since the masks are made out of cardboard, you can customize them to your liking.

Since Wintercroft’s emergence last year, his mask collection has grown to include 50 items.

Since Wintercroft's emergence last year, his mask collection has grown to include 50 items.

Some of the designs are really complex.

But each one comes with easy instructions, so you’re guaranteed to love it!

But each one comes with easy instructions, so you're guaranteed to love it!

Some of them even come with moving parts.

Some of them even come with moving parts.

Take this elephant trunk, for example. How cool is that?

Take this elephant trunk, for example. How cool is that?

This panda is not amused.

This panda is not amused.

He’s also added some gloves to the collection.

He's also added some gloves to the collection.

Depending on how you style them, they can be cute or — like this rabbit — kind of menacing.

Depending on how you style them, they can be cute or -- like this rabbit -- kind of menacing.

Or in the case of this bearded human face, completely terrifying.

Or in the case of this bearded human face, completely terrifying.

(via Colossal)

Wintercroft’s masks can be purchased on Etsy, where you can download the patterns immediately. They only cost seven dollars! If you haven’t figured out your Halloween costume yet and would like to avoid the cheap, store-bought kind, you should definitely give one of these a try.

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