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Christopher's Mask

Christopher and I spent two days making his really horrible looking cast plaster mask and he spent hours painting it to get it to look the way he wanted. It really creeps me out so now it's hidden in his room so I don't have to look at it, but he's very proud of it!

 

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It is very scary looking Sara. I can't believe he can go to sleep with it in his room! Great job on the layout. I really like the border of candles. Really adds to the eeriness of the layout.

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As creepy as it is, this layout is very well thought out and put together. The candles against the dark cloud and the skeleton definitely add an eerie light to the darkness of the theme. Maybe the mask will disappear after Halloween????

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Wow-wee! His mask turned out really well, and YES, it's scary! I have 2 boys so understand their fascination w/ masks. Cool how you posted photos of the creation process. The smoke blended with the candles definitely adds to the scary ambiance! Yikes, wouldn't want to run into him on the night he wears it! LOL at Joyce's remark!

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Bizarro! I love the series of photos sowing each stage of the creative process. Neat candle border!

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This is a wonderful layout, Sara! Yes, it's a scary mask but I love the way you have shown the creation of it. Nicely done.

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Wow, I really like this beginning to end process and boy what an awesome job you both did. Love the candles and skeleton hand-frame.

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Well done, Sara! I used to do a lot of this kind of stuff in college. It creeped me out too but . . . someone's gotta do it, right? LOL! Love how you captured all the phases of the project here - excellent!

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Creepy, but very, very cool! I like how you used lots of photos to tell the story of making it - and the graphic art format keeps the page looking uncluttered. Dem Bones was the perfect choice to show this off!

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