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Make a creepy robot plaster mask... without using Vaseline! Pose as a mannequin in shop windows, or hide in a closet and scare your friends.
What you'll need for this project:Plaster cloth rollScissorsWaterAluminum FoilToilet PaperWaterGlue (Elmer's)PaintDuct Tape
Get your victim comfortable and pour water on a plate, or other container where it will be easy to dip the plaster strips. If you're nice, you'll make ...
Once you finish the toilet paper protective layer, then you can start laying plaster strips on the face. Dip the strips in your water and run your fingers ...
Pull the mask off. I know, exciting.Give it the night to dry.Once it's dry, you can pull the toilet paper off from the back.
Once the mask is dry, get out your glue, paint brush and aluminum foil. Cover the mask in glue and use the brush to spread it out and ...
If you want to keep the mask clean and simple, skip this step. However, if you want to have fun decorating, go ahead. I painted on some teeth ...
To keep the mask on your face, you've got to make straps. Cut two long strips of duct tape and fold them in so that you have a ...
Wear your mask. Enjoy it. Be a robot.(making a robot warrior helmet out of cardboard is optional)
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