Masks and Halloween go together like peanut butter and chocolate. You can theoretically make do with a costume that uses make-up or otherwise doesn’t cover your face, but we all know deep down that masks are more fun. To help spread the Halloween cheer, I’ve compiled the following list of resources for free printable masks:
Printable Masks for Carnival, Halloween, Mardi Gras…
Retro Star Wars Masks
Yo Gabba Gabba! Printable Monster Masks
Printable Halloween Masks | Fantasy Jr.
SciFi Monsters – Monster Fun – Monster Mask Lab
Monster Masquerade – Crafts – Parents – Sesame Street
Monsters, Inc: Monster Mask | Activity Games | Disney
Printable Paper Halloween Monster Masks
Free printable Christopher Walken mask!
The following articles include more links to free online printable masks:
I personally recommend gluing the printed mask to poster board or light cardboard (like a panel from an empty cereal box) and letting it dry prior to cutting it out. That way, the mask will be much sturdier after you cut it out.
But wait, there’s more! In addition to this vintage article on making a paper pumpkin mask, Platypus Comix has uploaded an old two part Cricket article on making masks out of shoeboxes. I think we can all agree that it’s an interesting change of pace from the usual “mask made from a paper shopping bag” routine.
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