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Mask making is a fun way to learn about history and culture, express emotion, create a character — or just let your imagination run wild.
These masks are made from recycled paper pulp and have a smooth surface that's easy to decorate with paint, markers, crayons, and embellishments.
® Creativity Street is a registered trademark.
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Good basic mask.
Comments about Creativity Street Pulp Mask:
This as a good base mask to build on. It is a general shape that can be used to express oneself in may different ways, paint, markers, sequins, feathers, materials, jewels, etc. They's even be better if they where a bit thicker as they loose their shape when wet.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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It's a keeper
from Prescott, AZ
Great for gluing printed fabric
Time saver and solid base for mask projects.
By SJ the Art Teacher
from Germantown, Ohio
For Intermediate Art students, this product has saved valuable class time and works as a solid base for our mask project. Previously my students used newspaper as an armature and it took at least 2 days of work before we started on the actual mask design and form. Whether you are looking for human, animal or more abstract forms, this product will help your students create their vision. It is easily cut and altered if needed and becomes a solid base for their creative efforts.
Best Mask for the Price
By Art Affects
from Jupiter, FL
We use these masks with a variety of populations as a tool for therapeutic art. You just cannot find anything this nice for the price. This is our go-to mask when we do not have time to make our own or if the population we are working with cannot handle the process. The design allows for the interior and exterior to be decorated which can be an interesting distinction and talking point. The completed masks look beautiful hanging directly on the wall from a tack or nail.
Great for projects
By Grief counselor
from Tallahassee, FL
We use these for an activity called "Inner and Outer Faces of Grief" in our bereavement program. They are effective with youth and adults.
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from the mitten
Great for Art projects. Students love working with them
Great base for mask project
By Drama diva
from Eastland, Tx
The human form paper pulp mask is a great time saver to start to a mask making project in theatre class! Theatre students used paper mache and their creativity to build on and transform the masks and created a variety of clever characters and masks for characters. It was so much fun and easy with the mask form.
from Mt. Vernon, IN
I used this product with instant paper mache and acrylic paint for students in grades 1-12. It was a hit! The mask allowed the paper mache and paint to adhere easily with great results!
We love them!
from Orangeburg, SC
We use these with our adolescent patients in art therapy to help them express their emotions. We've used them for 5+ years now and the quality and prices are excellent.
By Super art teacher
Used with students in grades k-6. Worked well with tempera cake paint, glitter, feathers and other craft supplies. Loved that the masks had an elastic strap on the back. They fit well and looked great!
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