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It took a couple of tutorials to really nail how to put this together (meaning the transferring of the template to the card I used) but the instructions were easy to follow and it was a really fun process! The end results are definitely worth it and they look great! Already ordered a second one and can’t wait
Super easy, made from EVA foam, made a small adjustment to the front by the mouth and the ears as I needed a lynx.
Hi Simon. Fletch from Wintercroft here. Your Lynx is amazing! Thank you for sharing your experience. Let us know is we can ever help with anything and have fun on future projects. All the best, Fletch
I bought the masks to supplement carnival masks for my kids. I used differently colored paper sheets to make a tiger, leopard and cat, all zoomed smaller to fit kid heads (85% was good). Easy to do in about an hour or so.
Bought the half cat mask for a friends 30th at the laser tag as the theme was cats. Took me a while to assemble onto card and paper mache my design on but got there in the end. I found that double sided tape worked well to hold it together and the paper mache reinforced the mask. Will be looking to purchase more designs and making more cat masks for fun.
I love the design of this mask and it's really easy to make. Only the snout part made it hard for me to breathe comfortably. My breath started moistening the cardboard and it became soggy after an hour or so. Maybe if you have a smallish nose you won't have that issue.
Hi Adolfo, Fletch from Wintercroft here. Thanks for building our Masks and sharing your experience with us. Sorry to hear about the breathing issue. If you scale the Cat Mask up by 5% or so before printing, it could make a bit more nose room. Or, many of our other full Mask designs have plenty of breathing room, so I hope you enjoy future Masks. Let us know if you ever need anything any time. All the best, Fletch
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