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This artist created a ‘Harry Potter’ face mask that shows Marauder’s Map as she breathed


Komal FatimaWeb Editor

20th May, 2020. 11:57 am
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This artist created a 'Harry Potter' face mask that shows Marauder's Map as she breathed

If you love watching the Harry Potter series and are fond of getting creative Harry potter-themed items, this face mask is ideal for you! Add this magical face mask in your Harry Potter collection.

A Colorado-based artist Stefanie Hook created a magical face mask in which Marauder’s Map from “Harry Potter.” Is made.

She posted her video on TikTok in which she was seen wearing the mask. The mask was black. But when she breathed, the mask changed its color and the design of the Maraunder’s Map appeared.

Stefanie Hook wrote the caption, “I am the maker of the mask”

She spoke to the international news source that she created the mask to ‘bring some magic’ into the real world.

She said, “I try to bring imagination to life in the creation of my products, ensuring that they are not one-dimensional items,” “I like to give the average person the ability to own items that are unique, and bring magic into the real world in hopes to further inspire others to create and be creative.”

Her video got more than 414,000 likes. 

The artist Stefanie Hook said that she often makes several prototypes after thinking of an idea. She implements those ideas and shares them with her fans. 

“The video I shared was of a prototype, and I just put it together quickly to show my fans,” she said of her Marauder’s Map mask. “I never imagined it would gain the following that it did.”

She shared her experience that she used simple materials to make magical masks. She said that she used a cheap sewing machine, standard sewing supplies, licensed cotton fabric, elastic, and color-changing pigment.

“From start to finish, between cutting fabric, treating the fabric, waiting for the fabric to set, and sewing a single mask together, it can take 17 hours,” Hook said. “The majority of the time is waiting for the treatment to set into the fabric. I’ve learned to make multiple at a time, production-line style, to maximize my efficiency.”

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