Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Mask Project

Last weekend my daughter had to make a mask for a Romeo & Juliet Feast in her class. After a trip to Michael's for the plastic mask, we rumaged through some of my Stampin' Up! goodies...


Here's what she came up with...

She painted the mask a turquoise blue. Once it dried, working in small areas, she applied Crystal Effects and then covered with Clear Micro Beads. It really gave the mask a cool texture...and when you take a picture using the flash, it gives off a reflection...

She then chose of few flowers from the Pretties Kit and colors them using markers and Aqua Painters. A clear rinestone brad through the flowers to hold them together, then she adhered it using the Hot Glue Gun. At Michael's, she also found some rinestone stickers & feathers, and she applied them using the Hot Glue Gun as well.

She didn't like the look of the white elastic band around the back of her head, so we tied on two pieces of the Retired Wild Wasabi Stitched Ribbon...they tie together once she has the mask on.
Mardi Gras 1
The really awesome thing is, she also needs a mask for a dance she is doing for her Dance Performance...Now she'll get to use it twice!


Just shows how some of our wonderful SU! accessories have some many more uses than just Card-making and Scrapbooking!
Card Making
Have a great day!


Anonymous said...

Kendra did a great job of making a very special mask using your Stampn'Up supplies. You're a great teacher!
Providing the art supplies and giving her ideas and then giving her the opportuity to develop her creative talent is a gift!!! She did a wonderful job!!! She has talent also! :-)

Anonymous said...

Neat uae of supplies!!!!!