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Running wild. (1) Owl and raccoon paper-plate masks. (2) Feeding Game. A frog made from a tissue box and construction paper is the target for items thrown into its hungry mouth. (3) Bug Observatory made from an oatmeal box and window screen or mesh.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS May 1998 (v.76#5) pg. 254

How to make a mask with strips of glue-soaked newspaper formed over an inflated balloon.
BOYS' LIFE Oct 1991 (v.81#10) pg. 54

Glamorous feather and sequin eye mask.
CRAFTS Oct 1991 (v.14#10) pg. 50

Call of the wild. Animal skin printed papers and raffia are used to cover a picture frame, desk set, wastebasket and mask.
CRAFTS Jun 1992 (v.15#6) pg. 34

Eye masks for teddy bears and trick-or-treating kids are made from craft foam sheets and decorated with feathers and plastic gemstones.
CRAFTS Oct 1998 (v.21#10) pg. 30

Leather life masks. How to take a plaster mold of a person's face, use the mold to cast a plaster "life mask" and make a decorative wall-hung mask from soft leather.

Making leather masks. Some tips.
LEATHER CRAFTERS JOURNAL Sep-Oct 1991 (v.1#5) pg. 16

Face masks are made from sturdy paper plates and decorated with paint, colored paper, yarn, etc.
SUNSET Oct 1990 (v.185#4) pg. 150

Caribbean carnival masks are made from hardware cloth that is molded to fit the face. The screen is painted and decorated with pipe cleaners, ribbon, etc. The screen is easy to see through and breath through, thus making it safer to wear.
SUNSET Oct 1991 (v.187#4) pg. 148