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The hare was wonderful to make, a little easier perhaps than some of the other masks I've made, quite large pieces so nothing too fiddly. I found it really important to be as precise as possible with your cutting, not to rush and to invest in really good double sided tape. I made it using a shiny purple card, this created a mixture of Celtic image with a twist, perfect for a performance!
Hi Diane, Fletch here. Thanks for building our Masks and for sharing your experience. Love the shiny purple mask! great build tips in there as well. Let us know if we can help any time and have fun on future builds.
The mask was easy to assemble (however I am still having trouble with getting glue all over it) and looks great. I still have not figured out how to use the crown-like headpiece properly (it always comes off when I put the mask on or take it off).
Hi Thomas, Fletch from Wintercroft here. Thanks for building our Masks and for getting in touch. To fix the internal headband, the best way is to use some paper parcel tape, this way, it should stay on and you’ll be able to reposition it without hassle should you need to. I hope this helps and here is a little blog tutorial that might come in useful. https://wintercroft.com/blogs/news/fitting-the-headband Let us know if you need anything along the way. Happy building! All the best, Fletch
Nice to see. Difficult to dance with it. A little big to big. No possibility to wear it on the backside of the head like other masks to drink or eat easier. For drinking and eating and dancing and SPEAKING you need to put the mask off. But it's wonderful for special things, pics or other moments. I will use it for a travel to rome with 200 young people and we will make a video there. Thanks! Sorry for my bad english ;-)
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