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Sunday, 30 September 2012

Werewolf Halloween OOAK Mask Costume Scary Unique

Frightening and fabulous Werewolf mega-mask!  This one was a beast to make.  He has a a Shetland pelt for the hood and chest. This is all you would need for your prize winning costume.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Monday, 24 September 2012

Seahorse Art Mask Costume Theatre Halloween Make Believe Wool Felt Fun

Here is my second "FaceScape"  This one is more geared toward children.  I simplified the seahorse for a more "cutesy" look rather than realistic.  I thought it would be fun for people who work with children, like storytellers, daycare workers, teachers  etc.  Bright and cheery.

It was a nice change of pace from Halloween masks :)

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

New Art Mask Halloween Costume Festivals Theatre "FaceScape" Tree Frog

I am excited to explore this new-to-me concept in masks.   I call it "FaceScapes."  The idea is to create small scenes on the face in the form of a mask.  I really love the possibilities of adding yet another layer to the scene by adding face paint or make-up.  I think these will appeal to those who a) do not like their whole face covered, b) teachers and daycare workers that might want fun new ways to illustrate a story, c) performing arts.

Come to think of it, doctors and nurses at Childrens hospitals should really sport one of these to check on their wee patients.  I know it would make me feel better!

These are really fun and quite challenging to make. I cannot wait to see where this adventure takes me...

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Scary Halloween Custom Jack-O-Lantern Wool Felted Mask

The Winner of last weeks contest featured on SpinArtiste was Aubrey Barkley, and here is what she wrote:

"I'd love to see a wicked witch or a cat for Halloween. But my top choice would be a pumpkin head, evil with teeth of course. Sort of reminding me of the story of Sleepy Hollow.

I had already made a witch, and I wasn't feeling inspired to make a cat.  I was intrigued by the challenge of an evil pumpkin head, thus Whack-O Jack-O was born.  Thankfully Aubrey was pleased with it, so I am as well.

Saturday, 1 September 2012


Join me as I walk you through my entire mask making process, from start to finish.  Over 3 hours of video now available for purchase.  Just click the "BUY NOW" button to the right to get access to all of the videos (8 in total)

It's like taking a master class, but in the comfort of your own home.  You can watch it as many times as you want!

Don't worry my pretties...I'll be waiting for you. eeehhheeeehhhhheeeee