Not your Grandpa’s werewolf mask


This isn’t your typical buy it off the shelf werewolf mask. That’s why we like it. It is a true home made project using some common craft items such as fake fur, foam and a glue gun.

Here is a step by step video:

Thanks to Connie for pointing this out to us.

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6 thoughts on “Not your Grandpa’s werewolf mask

  1. Vrogy says:

    Awesome, great to see this over here.

  2. jovino says:

    Instead of tearing the fur, you might want to try cutting it with a sharp snap-off blade box cutter from the back side. Not only will you preserve the nap of the fur but you will have a much cleaner edge to work with.

  3. Blitz-ner says:

    That’s ridiculous! I want to see what the whole getup looks like with the mask and stilts in the dark.

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