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Thursday, September 01, 2011

Mask Art

Masks don't specifically have to be for Halloween, Carnival or Mardi Gras; it is fun for children to make one and play with them at any time, but it also is a nice hobby for grown ups and use them as decoration.

These items don't have to be solely created out of paper, wood or plastic; many other materials are very suitable for it as well and may even give the mask a one of a kind look.

One of those materials is yarn. I have seen some really adorable masks which were either done by crocheting, or knitting.

I found this techno mask really creative and a good opportunity getting rid of some excessive nuts, bolts and whatever else hardware you may have lying around.

It may be a little heavy to wear, but it sure would fit in nicely with a modern and/or industrial interior as a decorative piece.

Don't be afraid considering any kind of material for making masks; face off and let the creativity begin!

See also:
Mask Art II
Mask Art - Materials and equipment

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