Pattern for a
Grizzly Bear Mask
or Wall Sculpture
Take a walk on the wild side…
Wear your hand-crafted grizzly bear mask at your next dress-up party, or use the pattern to make a permanent work of art for your wall.
Either way, no sculpting experience is required – the pattern creates all the realistic shapes for you.
Bring your grizzly bear to life with your own creative touches and a bit of paper and paint, and then proudly say that you made it yourself!
How to make your grizzly bear mask or sculpture:
Watch the videos below to see how to tape the pattern pieces together, how you can add sculpted fur if you want to, and how to paint your grizzly bear.
Finished size: About 9.75 inches (24.8 cm) high, 9.7 inches (24.6 cm) wide and 12 inches (30.7 cm) deep. The pattern is designed to fit an adult head, but if it’s too large or small, the instructions show you how to make it fit perfectly.
My downloadable PDF Patterns come with full instructions.
There’s no waiting for your pattern to arrive, and no shipping costs, so you can start on your project right away.
Click here if you’d like to know more about how the patterns are delivered. (If you’ll be saving your pattern to and iPhone or iPad, they do tend to hide your files. You can scroll down this page to see how to find them.)
And remember – if you have any problems downloading your files or putting your pattern together, just let me know. I’m always happy to help. 😀
Watch these videos to see how to make your grizzly bear mask or wall sculpture:
Taping the Pieces Together:
Creating “Fur” with paper mache clay:
Painting the bear:
What you’ll need to make your Grizzly Bear:
- Access to a printer
- Copy paper or full-sheet labels
- Glue stick if using copy paper for pattern
- Cardboard from 4 standard-sized cereal boxes and a scrap of corrugated cardboard if your bear will be a wall sculpture.
- Knife and sharp scissors for cutting cardboard
- Tape, both clear plastic tape and masking tape
- 1” Styrofoam ball, cut in half, for the wall sculpture. Not needed for the mask.
- A very small piece of aluminum foil
- Glue gun
- Paper strips and paste or paper mache clay. Find recipes in the “recipes” tab at the top of the site
- Acrylic gesso or primer
- Acrylic paint
Do you have a question or need help with your pattern?
If you have a question about putting your pattern together or painting it, leave a comment below or on the Daily Sculptors page. I read all comments and answer them as soon as I can, usually within a few hours. Some of my readers might ideas for you, too — we have a very supportive community on this site.