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Mini Bird Mask
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Mini Bird Mask

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Stylish silhouettes. Heidi Swapp's creative bird and branch-shaped mask lets you create trendy silhouettes in no time! Simply place the self-adhesive mask on your paper, then spray ink, sponge paint or stamp around it. Once dry, simply remove the mask to leave behind the silhouetted shapes. Use it again and again!

Part number: 4000296

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Comment This will be great for collages and altered art pieces --- fell in love with it on your webcast and absolutely had to have it ---- works beautifully and there are so many different ways to use them. Wish there were more things like these!!!
Submitted Wednesday, December 31st @ 04:17 PM

Comment I fell in love with the sample in your catalog. Had to see what I could do with the mask. Thanks.
Submitted Sunday, May 18th @ 08:13 AM

Comment Tried the bird mask today and loved it. I just stuck it where I wanted it on the card and chalked around it ... came out very nice.
I will try it again with paint and a stencil brush.
Very satisfied.
Submitted Friday, April 18th @ 05:58 PM

Comment What a great product! The masks are easy to apply and the effect is terrific. I used a sponge dauber dipped into my ink pads to ink around the bird and branch on a piece of white paper. When the masks were removed it looked fantastic. I added three small yellow millinery flowers to the branch and mounted the image on two different colors of paper which I attached it to the front of my card. Now the problem is to decide who deserves this beautiful card. Thanks!!
Submitted Thursday, April 10th @ 09:19 AM

Comment I ordered this bird mask after seeing the webisode where it was used on the front of a book. I loved the effect on the webisode and I find that it's also a great item for use in creating cards for men who sometimes feel odd about getting cards with flowers on the front of them. I'm now looking forward to the possible arrival of more of these mini masks.
Submitted Thursday, April 10th @ 08:35 AM


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