Monday, October 25, 2010

More Tips on How to Create Eco-Friendly Halloween Masks

Now that you’ve taken the first step to having a greener Halloween by printing your Halloween party invitations with a remanufactured toner cartridge from TonerGreen, why not take it one step further and make some more environmentally friendly Halloween masks?

If you’re rushing to pick up a mask at the last minute, chances are you probably won’t find something you like. Imagine the horror of rushing to your nearest costume store to find a cool mask for the Halloween party at your office or at a friend’s house, only to find that the only thing left on the shelves are Pee-Wee Herman and Richard Nixon masks. We’ll admit that while some people might think these masks would be cool, we’re pretty sure that there are more than a few that don’t. If you’d rather not spend upwards of $30 for a mask you don’t want, here are five reasons why you might want to consider printing out a mask using a TonerGreen remanufactured toner cartridge on recycled paper.
1. It’s Inexpensive: You already have these supplies lying around at home or the office. It takes less than five minutes to find a decent sized image of the character you want to masquerade around as this Halloween, print it out using a remanufactured toner cartridge from TonerGreen, cut holes for the eyes, nose (and possibly the mouth), use a string or twine to tie it around your head, and voila! You have yourself a custom Halloween mask and all it cost you was five minutes of your time, which saves you…
2. …A Trip to the Store: No waiting in lines, no driving around to different stores only to come away disappointed at the lack of selection, no wondering about why the mask you just tried on smells like the month old casserole in you fridge that you keep forgetting to throw away. It’s a brand spankin’ new mask and you can be…
3. …As Creative As You Want: Ever wanted to look like the half-octopus, half-zebra best friend you had when you were five, but nobody believed was real? Well, now you can. But if we can sway you from that “fantastic” idea, may we suggest the Incredible Hulk because he’s big and GREEN…or maybe you can conjure your inner eco-friendly hero and make a Captain Planet mask. At any rate, it may take you a little bit more than five minutes to sketch this one out or mock one up on your computer before printing it out using one of our remanufactured toner cartridges, but it’s better than using face paint to exercise your creativity, because if you print this bad boy out and it turns out to be a flop at the party, at least you won’t have to worry about…
4. ...Washing That Paint off Your Face: You know how stubborn that Halloween face paint is, and if you really did paint a detailed half-octopus, half-zebra head on your face, it’s going to take a little bit of work to wash off those tendrils and stripes without looking like you failed to adequately get rid of the stuff your friends or co-workers drew on your face because you fell asleep by having too much fun at the party. Save yourself the trouble by printing out a mask using a remanufactured toner cartridge from TonerGreen. Even if it turns out to be a hit at the party, chances are you won’t want to wear it again next year anyway, so instead of throwing away a latex mask or have it take up storage space, you can just…
5. …Toss It in The Recycling Bin: If you took our advice and used a TonerGreen remanufactured toner cartridges to print the mask out on recycled paper, pat yourself on the back for being an eco-friendly hero, no matter who you printed out for a mask this Halloween.
So it’s that simple. For the rest of October, we’re also giving away $10 Target and Wal-Mart gift cards for orders of $75 or more and $15 Target and Wal-Mart gift cards for orders over $100. Don’t forget that this means your orders will be eligible for free shipping. Go green this Halloween with TonerGreen.

3 comments:

  1. The masks look amazing! Other ideas to do that you can print right from home include

    Antique Halloween e-cards
    Create "paranormal portraits"
    Incorporate vintage bell or apothecary jars with antique looking labels

    If you need or want more ideas check out GreenHalloween.org

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