HOW TO MAKE PLASTER MASKS
Prepare your work area. Choose a room where you have a lot of space to spread out, since working with plaster can get messy. Lay newspapers or a drop cloth on the floor. Have paper towels handy in case a stray drip lands outside the covered area.
Prepare your supplies. Cut bandage plaster into strips. You will need enough strips to make three layers of plaster over the face.
Prepare your subject. The person whose face you are using to mold the mask should wear clothing that he or she doesn't mind getting wet with drips of plaster.
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LAST STEP: time to decorate your masks, and next week we will admire in class your creative works of art. Here is an example from past years students: