Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 27, 2002 · Page 37
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Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 37

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THE»INDIANA»GAZETTE • House of the Week, page E-2 • Sunday Crossword, page E-7 V Shortcuts, page E-8 The Indiana, PA Gazette Sunday, October 27,2002 up mm iKSHi ftBfisS! Ms*?*J S^.^Jv-V^,,^,^ AS«£SS -M.WS*; '.t&wst'ft f^; *5^^>^Jbf * **~^ 1 -fr> 'iV>' i":.jRs35gv ; » SStf.^&'Sito.^S r> - ji^^wfe'-i fSS r -^ •^ if :^> *?& -.U: •-O .-CrTT i^_~. r&- ^^ c.- IS mimm Mj&^m^. •:<\^ -J^i.rfti'Jli^l' »s* rSSMSS.^ii; •^SSi n \ \ «f*J !S?a MIX and MATCH to make your own monster mask with these instructions and the CUTOUT page on Page E-5. Gather these supplies • A 9-inch paper piate or a circle cut out of poster board • Paint, markers or crayons • Glue • String or elastic band • Scissors : • Hole punch • Page E-5 of today's Family Leisure Here's how you do it Step 4: Step 5: This one is for adults— Hold the plate or poster board circle up to the child's face and mark where the eyes are. Cut out eye holes. Kids — Color your plate with paint, crayons or markers. If you're using paint, allow it to dry completely before moving on to step 3. Kids — Cut out your eyes, nose, mouth or any other features you like from page E-5 of today's Family Leisure section. Glue them onto the mask. (For a sturdier mask, you can first glue the newspaper onto poster board.) Adults —When the glue is dry, use a hole punch to make holes on either side of the mask for the string. If the eye holes are now covered, be sure to cut them out again. Adults — Tie a piece of string to each side of the mask. Make sure the string is long enough to tie around the child's head. £. Special directions To make the mummy face, tear up pieces of white paper and glue them to the plate any way you like. Feel free to add your own touches to your mask — glitter, pipe cleaners, rhinestones, feathers, etc. " 41 ' &t Graphic designs by Felecia Gillham

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