Halloween is such a fun time of the year and many parties are being hosted. Your Pazzles Vue holds so many possibilities for costume making, masks and decor.
I decided to create two masks which would be perfect for a masquerade party. Your masks can be as simple or as elaborate as you please.
The Butterfly file I used for the mask was modified slightly by enlarging the centre holes to create eye holes. I kept the two layers of the file and this kept the mask sturdy. The Core’dinations metallic stack of paper gives a sparkle to this mask even before I added all the KindyGlitz glitter.
If you’re stuck for a Halloween mask, this one was very quick and easy to assemble. Adding a small piece of hat elastic to each side allows the mask to sit comfortably on your face with fastening behind your ears. I used eyelets to reinforce the holes.
Now for the masquerade mask. This was equally easy to assemble. Some simple manipulation of the owl mask file gave me the shape I was after. I really liked the eyes from the fox mask file, so used those instead of round eyes.
To dress up this mask I used a couple of flourish files and mirrored them for symmetry. The file I used over the eyes make for fancy eyebrows!
The damask file simulating feathers at the top of the mask finished off with plenty of glitter makes a statement. And don’t forget the glitter around the eyes!
I had a ball creating these makes and hope you have as much fun creating some of your own.
Stained glass purple passion butterfly