Sundries and Plunder make the most GORGEOUS handmade masks. All cut, tooled and sculpted from a single piece of leather! Then hand painted front and back and sealed for added protection. Metallic paints are added for added shine and depth. Each mask is made to order, and because of the handmade nature, each is unique.
Like I said. AMAZING!
Sundries and Plunder is offering one very lucky Grosgrain reader one of their masks from their current selection. WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN THIS SUNDAY! So that you can get it before Halloween.
My favorite is their Raven leather mask (below).
And here's the really amazing part, they are totally affordable. I've seen masks like this retail for over $100. You can buy one of these for as low as $50.
Each mask includes ribbon for wearing or hanging.
Sundries and Plunder is run by two sisters from Oregon, one living in Portland, and the other in Bend. Between being raised by creative parents, and the need to stay entertained during the Pacific Northwest's long rainy season, it was probably inevitable that the two would become two insatiable crafters.
Please note that all their masks can be made in adult or child size, so just let them know if you need a different size than what is posted.
AND HURRY. HALLOWEEN ORDERS MUST BE MADE BY TOMORROW TO ASSURE THEY WILL BE THERE IN TIME.
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