Something fun, something colorful, something for Halloween dress-up this way comes...
Actually, I really think these can be used for any time that you need a mask, not just Halloween. I have 4 to share, and one is a blank mask that you can play with as you wish.
First up is Owlie.
All you have to do is click on the link below, for a printable version of Owlie Mask. Give it several seconds to open. It is a large file.
I printed mine on really nice durable card stock, then, simply cut it out (eyes too). Card stock is best, but you can use whatever you have available.
On the blue side flaps of the mask, I drew some black dots where you might want to punch your holes, and tie ribbons to each side. Note that the holes might not be where you need them based on the size of your head, so, after you cut the eyes out, hold the mask up to your head and make a note of where you will want to attach your ties.
Tie one to each side, so that you can then tie the mask up behind your head.
You can carefully cut the little nostril holes out, for more ventilation, if you'd like.
Right after I drew Owlie, I was inspired to draw a half mask.
I am calling this one simply, Fanciful Mask.
You tie it on to your head the same way you would Owlie.
After I made the mask above I thought you might LOVE to create your own look for a mask, so I drew up a plain template, that you can doodle and color, and glitter up as much as you want.
Simply print it out, and then go crazy with your own ideas.
It is soooo funny.
I could not help but make a cupcake mask (below), however...
I never ever thought that a cupcake mask could be sort of spooky. After I put it on for a tester, Mr. Lovee said, that is one ominous cupcake head ;)
And, it sort of is, in a way.
I would glitter this one up for sure. That would be fun!
I think it would be hilarious to pair this mask with a pepto bismol pink sweat suit flecked with bright paint, with a note on the back that says, cupcake thief. Wouldn't that be such silly fun?
I hope you think these are funny :)
Oh, and a wee reminder, I have oodles of Halloween printables and tutorials in the Free Treats section of my right hand sidebar.
So there you have it.
A little Halloween treat, for your tricks ;)
Back soon, with a tale I have been itching to share for 7 months.
ps: Guess who's in the house again?
psss: Please give all the pdf's time to open. Some might take 60 seconds +. I saved the files large, so they would print super clear.