My kids love Halloween and I am trying to get better..slowly but surely I will get there.
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Step 1: Angel Mask
This is a basic plastic craft store mask and crayola air dry clay the clay like stuff not the foam like stuff, I had an image of the angel I referenced to build the shape. I was worried about uneven drying and set it under a lamp it dried pretty well but I took more precautions later.
Step 6: Angel Wings
So the wings are made from a large washing machine box, and heavy weight watercolor paper, duct tape and paint. I traced out general shapes and layered the pieces to give a feather-like effect.
Step 16: Wig
Nice and easy blue multicolored yarn I could find no grey but then spray paint all except dress portion with stone fleck spray paint. The dress portion I used this cool converter that makes all paints into a spraypaint so I used a stone fabric paint with white ,black and grey high and low lights. Oh and if you use a wig form cover your head with paper.. spray paint corrodes foam...oops
Step 21: Mask Fear Solutions
So i went around the edges with glue , yep any place I thought would crack I put glue on ,the cracks actually worked and it is still fine.
oh and grey paint