How to Create a Festival Mask

Project Plan: 

Festival Mask

To creative a good layout or design for the activity;
To enhance one’s creativity through mask making.

*paper mache/mask
*glitters (any color)]
*Poster paint
*news paper, etc. (any recycle materials)

1.Gather all the materials needed;
2.Create the design you wish to appear on the mask;
3.Apply the poster paint;
4.Let it dry then, apply glue and add glitters;
5.Apply sequence or any materials available to beautify;
6.Attach the feathers on the edge of mask;
7.Put holes at the both sides of the mask then secure the garter.

(Have nice and creative mask)

Here are some of my student’s works:

Hope this will help you  in mask creation in the future.

Thank you for reading and commenting...

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shakira choong said...

WOW...beautiful masks.


suryagni said...

wonderful masks.

Julius Kay Pacaldo said...

I love wearing masks.The masks i love is a simple mask.

Julius Kay Pacaldo said...

I love the mask in gold.the gold mask is very royal for me.

Anonymous said...

Beautifully crafted masks.

Location: Metro Manila, Philippines said...

a helpful guide in mask making. but i think the word "sequence" should be changed to "SEQUINS".
please continue to make project guides for mapeh teachers. thank you.

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