It was # 36 on my life list, and now it’s done! I couldn’t be happier with the results. These four masks are actually frame-ready 12″ x 12″ art prints, but you can convert them into festive paper masks simply by cutting the faces out of the poster, adding eye holes and tying on a ribbon. Voila!
Want one for your very ownsome? Paper prints are available from my ETSY Shop, or for a bit of a discount at SEED Gallery in WS (all sales made in the gallery go to support ACS, this month! DO EET!) and through me via paypal (just email me for details – buy two get the third free). Each mask print is hand-printed on heavy card stock paper with non-toxic water-based inks, perfect for a night of masquerading.
I’m also working on a HankiePankie series based on these masks for the Art-O-Mat. I’m planning on making a free black and white printable template based on these masks for download, too, soon. The designs will need to be adjusted to be printed on 8.5″ x 11″ paper first. Just add it to the to-do list, right? Yeah! Anyway, this project as been thoroughly enjoyable and I think you can tell just by looking.
** updated 10/25/11: Free Printable Template version of the Strange Bird mask now available for download.