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New Learn Guide: Make a Glowing Mirror Mask

Create a glowing, animated Halloween mask with NeoPixels and Adafruit’s new Hallowing board.  No soldering required!

Full tutorial:

This is a really fun project to do with kids.  Use a vinyl cutter (or a utility knife and some elbow grease) to create a beautiful mask — we’ve included designs for a butterfly and a dragon.  Add a one-way mirror and some holographic vinyl, and you have a stunning mirror mask that will be sure to light up the streets on Halloween night or make you truly stand out at the masquerade.

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