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Game of Thrones 3D Mask Book – Direwolf

I was offered by Carlton Books one of the Game of Thrones 3D Mask and and Wall Mount Books. I chose Direwolf from the House of Stark (of course). I hadn’t done any handcraft thing for a while and had to buy a couple of glue tubes. (I do recommend getting a good strong glue that dries up fairly quickly!) Took me a while to get going but once I sat down I finished the construction in one day. To be honest it did take me longer than expected. I was thinking an hour, but it did take me a good few hours.

The result was better and bigger than I expected. I let the pictures speak for themselves 🙂

Testing halfway to use it as a mask. Mr Mee volunteered as model.
Direwolf contemplating life and the back garden
Frontal side isn’t as impressive though

You can use it as 3D mask, or continue constructing the neck and wall mount to hang it on the wall.

It’s now hanging on one of our bedrooms

There are 4 books in the series. Part of me wish I had chosen the Targaryen dragon, because it looks really cool. But how could I not choose the Stark’s Direwolf?

In fact all three animals look cool. Though I’m not too sure about the White Walker…

All books are now available at book stores and retailers. Each for £14.99. (The Stark Direwolf and Lannister Lion books are available from 10th August, with the Targaryen Dragon and White Walker books available from 7th September 2017.) 

Thank you Carlton Books for my complimentary copy!

 

By mee

Blog about travel, culture, lifestyle and books from London at http://www.wanderingmee.com and http://www.meexia.com/bookie

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