Four-Pattern Set for Paper Mache Animal Masks
$38 – $28
Save $10 when you buy the 4-pattern set.
These realistic animal masks are fun to make with cardboard, paper mache and paint. All instructions are included in the four downloadable PDF patterns.
Wear them to a party, or use them as wall art, like I do.
Included in the set are four downloadable pattern files: Wolf Mask, Lion Mask, Cow Mask, and Cat Mask.
What you’ll get when you order:
This is a downloadable PDF Pattern with full instructions, so there’s no waiting and no shipping costs. You can start on your project right away. Be sure to download your pattern directly to your computer or device, so you can access it again later.
Note: Please double-check your email address when you order so I can send you the download link. If you don’t see it in your inbox, check your promotions folder. If it doesn’t arrive, please let me know. If you’re using an iPhone or iPad, they have a special way of hiding your downloads. This article shows you how to find them.
Yes, you can sculpt these realistic animal masks, even if you’ve never sculpted anything before.
Just print the patterns on card stock, cut them out, and tape them together, following the detailed instructions that come with each pattern. The patterns create all the shapes for you. Just cover them with paper mache or paper mache clay, and paint.
If you’d rather make just one (or if you’d like to see the videos that show you how each pattern is used to create these masks), click on the following links:
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