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This is a great thing to scare your friends and family with. Baisically it is a spirit trying to escape from your wall. Materials: ~ 2x3- foot birch ...
In order to find the mask that is easy go to Michaels crafts or a craft store or a costume shop. the manicure practice hand can be found ...
If u are using a bookshelf, measure the bookshelf to make the plywood as the same size. But if u are using it free floating than whatever size ...
Put the picture frame hangers on the back of the plywood before you start ( i was stupid and did it last)
I found that trying to use a bread knife is dangerous so i melted it down on a hot pan then sanding down the rest with a power ...
Place the mask on the board about center then put the hand next to it a bit lower than the mask on an angle should work best. Face ...
When you put the paper mache on it would make the mask and the hand move if u didnt secure it. So secure the hand from the back ...
Mix the celluclay as it is instructed on the box. With moist hands spread it around the edges of the mask and over the eyes and thick around ...
Paint the panel to your prefered color. Make sure you get every nook and cranny. Then let it dry.
When you hang it make sure you measure to where the hangers are because it will be better than putting a bazillion holes in the wall. Use picture ...
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