January 25, 2017

"I made it out of 5.5mm thick foam core, so I digitally edited the .PDF in CorelDraw, so as to mark 5.5mm offsets from each side of the valley folds, because that way I had lines marked for the 45° bevel cutter (a key piece of equipment).

Then I hot glued it all together, and applied glow-in-the-dark tape to all the vertices. I ended up needing to cut off the tabs for it to mate smoothly, but with the hot glue in the typically oversized 45° bevel channels, it was really sturdy—I'll definitely be able to use it a bunch more times. It was a fun project to work on, and I'm very happy with how it came out—it was a huge hit at the party." - Jeff Kalinoski

Thank you Jeff for detailing this amazing custom Unicorn Mask build. We look forward to seeing more of your mask making adventures. - Fletch, Steve and Marianne

For more builder tutorials and custom mask adventures follow the links below:

https://wintercroft.com/blogs/news/j-p-s-pumpkin-mask-tip

https://wintercroft.com/blogs/news/mining-the-shiny-mind-of-rachel-kiernan

https://wintercroft.com/blogs/news/scaling-up-the-great-big-dragon-build


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