10 Quick & Easy Mask Craft Ideas For Kids

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As a kid you probably remember wearing masks and loving the many types of masks that were available. Now that you have a kid at home, you probably see the same love of masks in your little one as well. All kids love wearing masks, but what can be even more fun than wearing a mask is to make it at home.

If you and your kids are both interested, we share some easy and fun mask craft ideas that will help your kid make some masks at home. Do read on.

Top 10 Craft Ideas That Will Help Your Kids To Make Masks At Home:

Here are ten mask craft ideas that your kids can try out at home:

1. Beaver Mask:

  • Ask your kid to color a paper plate in the shade of brown.
  • Help your kid to cut out two circles from the plate at the level where your kid’s eyes will be.
  • Now ask your kid to cut out three circle shapes from a brown cardboard and two rectangle shapes from a white cardboard or thick paper. Make the edges of the rectangular shapes a little rounded.
  • Let your kid glue two round shapes behind the paper plate to make the ears. Ask them to color the third circle in black and glue it to make the bear’s snout. Glue the rectangle shapes below as teeth.
  • Tie a string on both sides of the mask so that your kid can wear it.

[ Read: Beaver Crafts For Kids ]

2. Butterfly Eye Mask:

  • Help your kid cut out a butterfly silhouette as shown in the image. Make sure it is wide enough to cover the eye part of your kid’s face.
  • Now ask them to color the mask craft in whatever color they wish and decorate it using sticker jewels, feathers and other items.
  • Tie a cord on both sides to help your kid wear it.

3. Feathery Eye Mask:

Mask Craft - Feathery Eye Mask

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  • Help your kid to cut out the silhouette from a cardboard piece and color it in any color they wish.
  • Let them decorate it with different feathers by gluing it all around the cardboard cutout.
  • Attach strings on both sides so that your kid can wear it.

4. Happy And Sad Face Mask:

Mask Craft - Happy And Sad Face Mask

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  • Help your kid cut out a full face shape from thick cardboard. Cut out the pieces from the eye and mouth area.
  • Make sure your kid makes one face as a happy mouth face and the other as a sad mouth face.
  • Ask them to color the kids mask craft with metallic paint to give it a shiny look.
  • Tie cords on both ends so that your kid can wear the face mask craft.

5. Santa Mask:

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  • Ask your kids to cut out a cardboard in the size of their face and paint it in red.
  • Cut out holes to level it with the space where your kid’s eyes will be.
  • Ask them to glue cotton to make the hair and beard of Santa. They can also make eyebrows using the cotton.
  • Tie cords on both ends to help your kids wear the mask.

[ Read: Paper Crafts For Kids ]

6. Cute Tiger:

Mask Craft - Cute Tiger

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  • Help your kid cut out a cardboard that will fit the upper half of their face.
  • Help them cut out holes in the eye area.
  • Now let your kid decorate the mask in orange and black colors.
  • Ask them to cut out two circles from cardboards and glue them at the back of the tiger face to make the ears.
  • Tie cords on both ends to help your kids wear the mask.

7. Cat Mask:

Mask Craft - Cat Mask

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  • Help your kid to cut out a cat eye shape from black felt.
  • Let them attach thin white fibers at the nose to make the cat whiskers.
  • Attach cords at both ends to help your kid wear the mask.

8. Cute Ghost Masks:

Mask Craft - Cute Ghost Masks

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  • Ask your kid to cut out these ghost shapes from paper and help cut out the holes for the eyes and mouth.
  • Glue them to sticks to make stick face masks.

9. Bunch Of Animal Masks:

  • Ask your kid to cut out shapes from different colored felt sheets and use them to create eye masks that resemble different animals.
  • Your kids can use decorative items to add personalized touch to the masks.

[ Read: Paper Animal Crafts For Kids ]

10. 2D Clown Mask:

  • Cut out a big round shape from white paper and cut out holes where the eyes will be.
  • Ask your kid to decorate the clown’s face with marker pens in different colors.
  • Make the clown’s nose and cheeks by gluing balls of cotton dipped in red color.

Encourage your kids to make these beautiful and fun mask crafts at home and make use of their free time.

Moms, what masks do your kids love wearing or making the most?

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