Oh man do I wish I had purchased more of these masks for a buck. I could play all afternoon as the crazy crafty cat lady! (Wish there had been dog masks too!) These masks are sturdy (not bendable) plastic covered in glitter.
The whole project took about 40 minutes.
To simply cut a crown you’ll need Rowlux Illusion Film (it comes in all kinds of colors and swirls) and a the outline of a crown shape which you can easily pull off the web and print to the size you need.
Tip: If you glue or hot glue it instead, make your glue layer thin as this is resting against your forehead and you want it to be comfortable.
Have more than 10 minutes and want to embellish your crown more? Good. I did too.
The cool thing is that the Rolux Illusion Film is that it is heavy enough to hold up the Graphic 45 Brads as jewels. I used my new Westcott Craft Knife and cut a horizontal hole in the 5 crown peaks. Insert and fold brads.
Want to keep going? Yay!
I painted some glue in each ear and added some Raspberry Shattered Mica Flakes by Art Mechanique.
At this point I was feeling top heavy, and you know, they eyes have it. I used Indigo Blu’s English Cottage Acrylic Paint: Vodka Martini to outline the eyes.
With this mask you are ready to be Queen of the Cats!