Ambitious Holiday Hair-Do: Marie Antoinette-Style Paper Wigs

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If you're looking to show up those crafty bastards that decorate their homes with those Martha Stewart-level paper snowflakes this season, consider donning one of these paper wigs from Paper Cut Project. Atlanta-based team Amy Flurry and Nikki Salk meticulously sculpted these headdresses—eight in total—for Toronto-retailer, The Hudson Bay Company. These Marie Antoinette hair-dos might slice your ears open, but they'll sure help you beat "Mistletoe Headband Guy" for center of attention.
Want to see more origami creations? Check out their paper headdresses they designed for Jeffrey.
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