We had a Halloween party to go to tonight and last night we decided what we were going as (yeah… last minute).
My wife decided she would be “Little Red Riding Hood” since I found a wolf mask I could make (Making me the Big Bad Wolf.)
(My daughters already had princess dresses picked out, so we didn’t have to worry about them.)
So my sons decided they wanted to be the Tortoise (he already had a turtle shell) and the Hare. So I managed to use the wolf mask as a base and create the other two masks.
I didn’t realize how bad felt smelled when burned… but I should have expected that.
These are great, and yeah, felt smells like a torched ewe.
The pattern for the wolf mask was found here:
And here are the Tortoise and Hare masks I made:
- Tortoise Mask:
- Hare Mask:
NIce job! The GF makes it so easy! Yeah - the smell of burning wool. Ew!
I absolutely love these!!! I would love to know how to make a Westie mask.
I think you are half way there already with your Westie jewelry designs.
Those are some great masks.
Creating for children is the greatest!
If I find some time, I will see if I can throw together a westie one!
We made “Angry Birds” hoodies for Halloween (and some pigs to knock down with other boxes for decorations).
I have been having a lot of fun with felt!
Those are very cut characters on those hoodies.
great… but stay the hell home. stop spreading this virus.
It is too late for Halloween, but here is my attempt at a Westie Mask:
That would be burning Ewe?
This is super cool…I expect to see pics of @JimmyWayneWestie in the mask next year!
You are an incredible person. I am so excited about this. I am going to make it today!!!
Thank you so very much for taking your time to design this it has completely touched my heart.
I am slowly learning how to design Inkscape. I look very forward to the day where I can give away my designs.