At Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery in Ladysmith, British Columbia (in Canada) they thought of this fun craft project you can do with your kids!
All you need is cardboard, scissors, paint, and glue to do it. You take the pieces of cardboard and cut them up so that you can create a decorative mask with multiple layers that you can also paint (tempera paint or acrylic works perfectly) so as to have an amazing decorative mask.
Below are examples of some masks to give you an idea how many creative possibilities you have!
This mask by Andrew Clews is very happy.
Andrea Clews mask is extremely detailed and colorful.
Fiona Marsden made a punk rocker mask.
Lara Mattson’s picture features wonky eyes.
Emma Croft made a very minimalist and professional-looking mask.
See what kind of fun and wild masks you and your child can make too!
Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery
Ladysmith, BC, Canada