I found this great site with free templets you can downpload to make your own kawaii masks. A easy peasy project you can actually wear or use to decorate your home.
I printed out the masks on heavy orange colored inkjet paper so I could use it for backing the mask. I carefully cut it out and then used an x-acto knife to start the eyes but finished with scissors. I then traced it onto the back side of a pretty japanese paper and then cut it out the same way. I then used a glue stick to attach them together, giving it a little more weight. I used a hole punch to make the side holes and a light weight twine to attach it.
My current blog crush is the fun and super kawaii Thompson Family-Life. Just check out her groovy Halloween decorations, her entire blog is full of yummy eye candy. Danielle is a talented designer, scrapbooker and photographer and also offers up some super fun scrap booking materials and embroidery patterns in her etsy store: Tiny Bazaar. Oh and she lives here in Atlanta!
No, this image wasn't flipped. Atticus is laying in my lap while we indulge in our favorite Sunday activity... chilling.
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