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Made of sturdy plastic, this face form is just the beginning for your creativity to build upon. Use it as a base over which to apply plaster cloth or papier mâché, then remove it. Or, use it as a mold for clay or plaster.
Inside dimensions are 7½" × 5" (19 cm × 13 cm). Outside dimensions are 9" × 6½" (23 cm × 17 cm).
™ Make-A-Mask is a trademark.
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(based on 21 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Reviewed by 21 customers
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Great quality & price for masks!
By Art Teach
Comments about Make-A-Mask Face Form for Mask Making:
These plastic masks worked perfectly for our project! We covered them with clay & plaster gauze. Very durable. I will be able to use them for years to come.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Very nice mold
I used the mold to make paper mache masks. It worked beautifully.
from Minneapolis, MN
My campers tried the paper ones and they were a mess, unfortunately my local Blick store only had 5 of the plastic masks and the rest of the kids had to use paper ones which were very messy. The plastic ones are sturdy and durable, and will be reused multiple times. I ordered online and have plenty for the next camp.
By retired art teacher
from Eastern PA
I'm doing a "quick" project with 11 cub scouts and wanted something they could feel confident about making a successful project outcome. We're using plaster cloth on top and eventually paint the surface. Many ways to personalize it and make their own.
Would Purchase This Product Again
from Brooklyn NY
Use this product and placed on Carnival Costumes. Mask is strong and sturdy. Easy to decorate and design. Extremely love this product !! What a success !! :) If you purchase this item you will not regret. What you see is exactly what you will get.
from Winston Salem, NC
I purchased the mask molds for students to create paper mache masks and they work great! In the future, I plan on using plaster and possibly clay for students to make masks. This was an awesome product and I will definitely purchase more in the future.
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6th Graders creating masks
Tags: Made with Product, Using Product
This was terrific.
By Albuquerque Art Teacher
from Alb. NM
I made my first plaster mask yesterday as a sample for my students with this mask form. I loved it. I was able to make a really smooth clean product. The lips were more subtle than I preferred, but it was easy to build them with the plaster. The plaster popped off easy as can be. You'll love this, and you can use it again and again.
Smaller than expected.
By James in michigan
This is not a full adult face. It would be good for mask making for a child. Nice firm plastic. Very shiny like glass, not sure what paint or glue will stick to it.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: This FaceForm is used as a base or mold to create a mask from another material. We do offer ready to decorate Plastic Face masks. One of our Product Experts would be happy to provide with the information to order these masks. Please give us a call at 1.800.933.2542.
By Art teacher
from Boston, MA
This is a great product and is very durable and will withstand many many casts. In addition this is the best price you will find online or in stores. The only reason why I gave it 4 stars and not 5 is that its not wide enough to actually fit on your face once a cast is made.
I started making masks using a Styrofoam head from Micheal ( used for wigs ) They aren't very symmetrical.These plastic forms are super easy to use, i just wish they came in bigger sizes.
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