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With this project I’m stepping out of my comfort zone a little bit. I am trying something I always wanted to try but have been a little scared to do. Have you ever seen those really cool 3D paper models? This is the same idea, but instead of hanging it on the wall you can actually wear it as a mask! I’m using a wolf mask kit from Fox not Wolf for this project.
What I like about this kit is that everything has already been pre-scored and precut. All I have to do is pop the pieces out, fold on the scored lines, and start building.
The instructions say that you should punch everything out, start folding and then glue it together. I don’t really like to follow the rules so I’m going to do things a little differently. I think this is going to make this work a little faster for me. My plan is to pop out and fold the pieces as I need them. I’m going to punch them out in order, so I’m going to take the one that has number one pop that out fold it and then fine numbers two and three and just start building it as I go. Check out my video to see how it went!
This paper mask is so awesome! I mean look at all that detail! I can even see through the eye holes so I can wear the mask as a costume. I had fun staging a few costume ideas with my kids, and I’ve scattered those images throughout this post. What kind of costume would you create with your wolf mask kit?