I think these are my favorite, and I haven't decided if I will be selling any or not, as they are quite difficult to make!
They were cut using the QuicKutz mask die and then two of them were further freehand cut to resemble other types of masks.
The first mask is not altered (shape-wise) beyond the original QuicKutz die cut, but further embellished using silver and purple stickles and then has black mirabou feathers hand applied and adhered. The mask itself is 1.5" wide x 3/4" tall and the feathers make it about 1.5" tall total, at the highest point. It is cut from black sueded paper.
The second mask, to the right, is my favorite. It is freehamd cut altered from the original QuicKutz design from black sueded paper, also, and is detailed with Golden Rod stickles. The mask itself is 1-3/8" wide and about 3/8" tall without the feathers. With the feathering it is about 1-1/4" high, total. The feathers are black mirabou and were hand applied and adhered.
The third and bottom mask is also freehand cut altered from the original QuicKutz design. Turquoise stickles were added to detail around the eyes. Then black mirabou feathers were hand applied and adhered. This mask is also cut from black sueded paper and is about 1-1/2" wide x 1/2" tall, sans feathering. With feathering it is about 3-1/4" wide total.
I absolutely LOVE these masks, but unless I get quicker with them, they won't really be worth any price I could get for them. :)