How to Make Paper Sculpture Animal Masks (Part Three)
In our latest Pop-Up Studio, Manager of School & Family Learning Julia Hood shares how to create your own animal-themed disguises using paper and handy templates. This may just take a step out of Halloween this year!
Pop-Up Studios are kid-friendly and fun for the whole family. This video is one of three.
→ A printer and paper (white cardstock is best, but you can use other printer paper)
→ Mask templates with instructions and inspiration
→ Construction paper
→ Glue stick or a small amount of liquid glue
→ Scoring tool if you have one
→ A way to make it a mask: hole punch and string, popsicle stick and tape, or ribbon and a stapler
To start thinking about animals, visit our Animals in Art online gallery to see some of the animals in Reynolda’s collection of art and decorative arts!
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