If you need a specific mask for your Halloween costume or other event; or, if you need a few extra spooky faces to use in your decorating or haunted house
, why not consider using paper mache techniques
to create masks? You can make a variety of 'faces' using paper mache techniques. Not only is it easier than it looks, it is a great family project. The mask
shown here was made using paper mache, a couple of ping-pong balls, and some doll hair. What kind of mask would you make?
Have you ever made masks or other projects using paper mache techniques? If so, please consider sharing a picture of it and it could be featured in my Paper Mache Photo Gallery, Costume Photo Gallery, or Haunted House Photo Gallery. You can submit your photo following these simple directions.
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