How to make your wolf mask:
Finished size: About 11.5 inches (29 cm) high, 9.5 inches (23 cm) wide and 4.5 inches (11.5 cm) deep.
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Step #1: Putting Your Wolf Mask Pattern Together:
Note: The pattern has been recently updated to include instructions for using cereal box cardboard instead of corrugated cardboard. Either type of cardboard will work.
The updates also include pattern pieces for a cap on the back, so it’s comfortable to wear without an elastic strap to keep it on.
Step #2: Adding Paper Mache to Your Wolf Mask:
Step #3: Painting Your Wolf Mask:
Just a few of the masks made with this pattern …
Made by Laura Mayo
Made by Ada Tereshinski
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