Halloween Masks

  • Difficulty Level
    Difficulty Level
    easy
  • Age
    Age
    3 to 6 years
  • Who`s crafting?
    Who`s crafting?
    Parents with kids
  • Theme
    Theme
    Monsters

Papercraft materials:

  • Download & print the templates (click below)
  • 2 wooden sticks
  • Rubber band to fix the masks

Tools:

  • Pritt glue stick or Pritt Liquid Glue
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch (Optional)

Papercraft backstory:

Our Halloween Masks are great and easy to make if you want to dress up as a monster for Halloween. Do you want to scare your friends as a werewolf with pointy teeth or would you rather say a couple of spells as a nice witch? Even if you want to pretend to be Frankenstein's monster or vampire, we have the right Halloween mask for you. And the best bit: apart from our template, a rubber band to fix it and two wooden sticks, you only need scissors and your Pritt glue stick to craft them!

Papercraft instructions:

Halloween Mask - Frankenstein's Monster

Step 1

The first Halloween mask we will make is Frankenstein's monster. To do this first cut out all individual parts of the template. Also remember to cut out the eyes so you can look through them later. It is easiest to bend the mask slightly at that point to be able to cut into it with the scissors. Once the beginning is made you can simply cut along the edges of the eyes.

Step 2

Apply a generous amount of Pritt glue to the tabs of the small grey buttons and stick them to the back of your Frankenstein mask. Next for the eyebrows. Apply a sufficient amount of glue to the back and stick them above the holes for the eyes. A few scars and stitches make your Frankenstein Halloween mask perfect. Lastly, stick the hair to the top of your mask.

Step 3

To put the mask on, you need a rubber band. Carefully pierce both marked holes on the sides of the mask with a pair of scissors or let your parents help you. You can also use a hole punch to do this. Now fix the rubber band by pulling it through the holes and tying a knot at the ends. That way the band cannot shift later. Try in advance with the help of your parents how long the band has to be so the Frankenstein mask fits properly.

 

 

Halloween Mask - Vampire

Step 1

Would you rather craft a Vampire mask? Then get cracking and cut out all individual pieces. Note that you have to cut out the peepholes for the eyes! Then apply a generous amount of Pritt glue to the back of the eyebrows and fix them above the eyes.
Now apply glue to the tabs on the collar. You simply stick them to the back of the Halloween mask.

Step 2

Only the appropriate vampire pointy teeth are missing! Apply a generous amount of Pritt glue to both individual parts. Take a wooden stick and put a mouth with glue on it at one end of it, then stick the rear part of the mouth on top and stick all three pieces together. This way you can hold up the mouth on the stick in front of your mouth.

Step 3

To wear the mask you need a rubber band. Check step 3 of Frankentein's Monster mask to see how to do it.

 

 

Halloween Mask - Witch

Step 1

A Witch should not be missing from our collection of Halloween masks. Cut out all individual parts for the Witch Mask - also remember to cut out the eyes. First, apply a generous amount of Pritt glue to the marked area on the mask. Stick the witch hat there and let it dry. Then, apply a generous amount of glue to the lower part of the hat and fix the black brim there.

Step 2

Apply glue to the back of the eyebrows and little wart to stick them to the face of the witch.

Step 3

You make the mouth for your witch mask the same way as the mouth of the vampire: Glue both parts of the mouth together with a wooden stick between them so you can hold the witch mouth in front of your own mouth.

Step 4

To put on the mask you now need a rubber band. Check step 3 of Frankentein's Monster mask to see how to do it.

 

 

Halloween Mask - Werewolf

Step 1

A werewolf is great as a scary Halloween mask! First, carefully cut out all individual parts. Don't forget the eyes. Afterwards, fold the mask carefully along the dotted line - with the unprinted side on the inside. Then cut into both solid lines in the middle between the eyes - this will be the gap for your nose.
Now fold the mask open again and fold it again along the dotted line - but this time the other way round so the mouth of the wolf points to the front.

Step 2

Now cut into the mouth in the front at the dividing line between the brown part and the glueing area.  Apply a generous amount of the Pritt glue to the glueing area and push it underneath the brown part (the nose). Stick it together in such a way that the mouth is slightly bent.

Step 3

Apply glue to the back of the tufts of fur, the ears and the eyebrows and fix them to the face of your Werewolf Halloween Mask. A real werewolf needs a set of sharp teeth, too: Apply glue to each of the marked areas and stick them left and right underneath your mouth.

Step 4

To wear the mask you need a rubber band. Check step 3 of Frankentein's Monster mask to see how to do it.

And that's it!

With our different Halloween Masks you are the star of every fancy costume party - whether it's Halloween or any other occasion. Meet up with your friends and make the masks together - who's going to be the werewolf, who's the vampire with pointy teeth, who bewitches all other guests as a witch and who dresses up as Frankenstein's Monster? If you want to have your own Halloween party, you can find great, suitable Halloween Invitations in our crafting project "Halloween Invitations". Happy Halloween!

To craft the mouth for the Vampire and Witch masks, you can also use the Pritt Power Stick – so the mouth sticks particularly well to the wooden stick.
If you like you can additionally decorate your masks with glitter. To do this, simply grab the Pritt Glitter Glue and apply it to the mask.
You can also stick the masks on thin crafting paper or an empty cornflakes box to make them more solid.