1. Cut two 3" x 12" strips of each of the follow colors: orange, light gold, and grey. Stamp the Sequence Pattern stamp image on each piece using dark orange, brown, and black, respectively.
2. Punch along one long edge of each color strip using the Deco Scallop edge punch. On the backside of each strip, draw a line 1/2" from the long straight (shown as a red line in the diagram below). Following the punched pattern, mark cut lines down to the penciled line. Cut on each line.
3. Pleating: You will layer the paper “feathers” with orange on the bottom, then the light gold, then the grey. Begin with the orange piece. Holding the continuous long edge, begin to pleat this edge to fan out the feathers. Be sure to fit it to the curve of your mask and leave the eye holes open. As you do this, depending on how close together your pleats are, you may or may not need the entire length of the paper to complete the fan. If you have extra, trim it away. Adhere this piece to the mask. Repeat for the remaining layers.
4. Cut a 1 1/2" x 12" strip of the bright pink paper. Following the same process as above, punch using the dimensional flower punch and pleat to fit around the eye openings. Trim excess and glue in place.
5. Stamp the Sequence Pattern image on a 5/8" x 12" strip of the kelly green paper with green ink. Again following the same process as above, punch using the pointed flower edge punch and pleat to fit over the bright pink piece. Secure in place with craft glue.
6. Fold a 2" x 3" piece of medium gold cardstock in half. Round one short side to create the beak. Fold the opposite short edge under 1/4". Attach to the mask front.