Easy Halloween Masks

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These are easy to make Halloween masks to make with your kids using inexpensive items you can find at your local Dollar Tree.

To make these Halloween Masks you need:

Construction Paper, Scissors, Popsicle Sticks, Crayons, Markers and a Glue Stick or Scotch Tape

Vampire Mask:

You will need: red construction paper, white construction paper, Crayola crayons, Crayola markers, 1 popsicle stick and scotch tape or glue

First cut out the shape of your vampire head using white paper. Make sure the ears are pointy this will help make your vampire look even more like a vampire.

And make a red collar out of the red construction paper. (shown below)

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Cut out 2 circles for the eyes in the head so that your child can look through the mask.

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Use markers to make the face and make him as cute or scary as you want. I made the one in the first picture and Mia decorated it more and made it more scary. Then decorate a popsicle stick and attach that to the back of the vampire. You are ready to wear your mask!

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** If you have a baby sister around, Mia suggests not trying to get them to look through the mask because destruction happens.**

hahahaa these kids : )

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Witch Mask:

You will need: Orange construction paper, Purple construction paper, Green construction paper, Crayola crayons, Crayola markers, 1 popsicle stick and Scotch Tape or Glue

First, cut out the shape of your witch head and witch hat. Also, cut out 6 green long strips of construction paper for the witch’s hair.

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Cut out the eyes so you can see through the mask. (as shown below)

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Using your black marker draw on the witch features.

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Glue or scotch tape the hair and hat to the witch. Have your child color her any colors they want and also have them color the popsicle stick that you will attach to the bottom of the witch face. This is so you can hold the witch face up to yours.

Your witch is complete.

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Pumpkin Mask:

You will need: Orange construction paper, Green construction paper, Crayola crayons, Crayola markers, 1 popsicle stick and Scotch Tape or Glue

First cut out the shape of your pumpkin head using orange construction paper, and a small rectangle out of green construction paper.

Cut triangle shaped eyes out so your child can see out of them.

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Using a black marker decorate your pumpkin and scotch tape or glue the stem to the pumpkin.

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Then decorate a popsicle stick and attach that to the back of the pumpkin. Your mask is complete : )

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Cat Mask

You will need: Any color construction paper you choose, Crayola crayons/ markers, glue or scotch tape and 1 popsicle stick

Mia chose yellow because she wanted it to be a happy kitty and not a spooky one.

First, cut out a cat shaped head making eye holes for your child to see through.

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Draw on it with markers and crayons to make it look like a cat. (shown below)

Glue or scotch tape your popsicle stick so you can easily hold your mask.

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Ghost Mask

You will need: white construction paper, Crayola crayons, Crayola markers, 1 popsicle stick and scotch tape or glue

First, cut out the ghost shape. Then, make eye holes you can see through. Decorate as shown below.

Glue or scotch tape your popsicle stick so you can easily hold your mask.

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Not so creepy Spider Mask:

You will need: any 2 different colors of construction paper, Crayola crayons, Crayola markers, 1 popsicle stick and scotch tape or glue

Mia insisted I make a spider and I did one as simply as I could. Cutting out a circle for the body and 8 strips of construction paper for the legs.

Cut out the circles for the eyes so you can see through the mask.

 I then attached the popsicle to the bottom of the circle and she loved her not so creepy spider.

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That completes all the instructions for each mask!

Happy Halloween Crafting from my Momee Craft corner to yours…

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My name is Anne and I am a local mommy blogger ... Momee Friends is all about Long Island and all things local with the focus on family

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