My Carnival mask and how i made it.

First

First we planned our design  for our masks.

Next

Next we cut our cardboard masks with Mrs Hanes.

Then

Then we dipped some tissue paper in glue mixed with water and then we shaped them into a nose,eyes and mouth.

Let it dry

After that

After that we wet some mod roc to make our masks stronger.

Let it dry

Then

Then we painted our masks with lots of  bright colours

Let it dry

After

We decorated them with lots of  things like glitter,pebbles,glass nuggets and sand.

Let it dry

Finally

Finally we made head dresses out of cardboard and covered them with feathers or coloured tissue paper.

Let it dry again

Have fun with your masks!

I like my mask because it is colourful and effective with my colour of paint and my decorations i stuck on it.

How I made my mask!

First

First we planned our design for our mask.

Then

Then we cut out some cardboard faces which we used for our masks.

After that

After that we wet some tissue paper and dipped it in water mixed with glue and shaped it into our nose,eyes and the mouth.

Let it dry

After

after letting it dry we wet some modroc and stuck it on our masks to make them stronger.

Let it dry again

Then

Then we had to paint our mask with a choice of bright colours.

Let it dry again

Soon

Soon after we painted them we decorated them with pebbles,glitter,sand  etc….

Dry again!

Finally

Finally we made some head dresses out of cardboard and stuck on either feathers or coloured paper with glue.

Last time for it to dry

I like my mask because it is colourful and very bright and i really like my design.

Hope this helped and see you at the Carnival!!

Portraits of Queen Victoria

Here’s some more great work from class 4A. These portraits were done with Mrs Hanes who has added some effects to them. They look great! I don’t have names on them, so you’ll have to look through them all to find yours…

I have also posted this on Mrs Hanes’ blog which you can see here. There are some fabulous examples of the great work Mrs Hanes does with children throughout the school.

Our Portraits of Queen Victoria on PhotoPeach