Easy DIY photobooth props: diving mask
Easy DIY photobooth props: diving mask
DIVING MASK
Not long ago, we saw the works of David Hockney again and the children forced us to watch Le Grand Bleu by Jacques Mayol... The result? A great tutorial idea for you (and some nightmares for us)! Thanks to this one, make a great diving mask! Whether for a child's costume, or as a great photobooth accessory for a birthday Marine animals ou summertime, it will be perfect! So let's not waste time: let's go!

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  • 1ND STEP.

    1ND STEP.

    1ND STEP.

    Download and print the snorkel mask printable on bristol paper.

  • 2ND STEP.

    2ND STEP.

    2ND STEP.

    Cut out the shapes following the patterns. 

  • 3ND STEP.

    3ND STEP.

    3ND STEP.

    Cut out the mask and the branches with the scissors and hollow out the mask using a cutter.

  • 4ND STEP.

    4ND STEP.

    4ND STEP.

    Outline the shape of the mask using a ballpoint pen on the rodoid and cut out what will be the glass of your diving mask.

  • 5ND STEP.

    5ND STEP.

    5ND STEP.

    Glue the glass to the back of the mask with liquid glue.

  • 6ND STEP.

    6ND STEP.

    6ND STEP.

    Fold the tabs of the mask along the dotted lines and glue the branches to the mask. 

  • 7ND STEP.

    7ND STEP.

    7ND STEP.

    With the posca, draw small ripples, which will give you the impression of having touched the bottom of the swimming pool, of taking a trip on the Calypso with Cousteau... in short, the Big Blue in perspective!

And now, it's over ! All you have to do is put it on your nose or get all your friends together for a great souvenir photo!
Practical tip: do not hesitate to add pieces of tape to secure the diving mask and prevent it from breaking!


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