With Halloween quickly approaching here's a kid friendly project the whole family will enjoy. These wooden masks can be found for a dollar or less at your local craft store. They come in a great variety of choices and it's a great way not only to spend time with the family but to use up all that Designer Series Paper you have stashed away. You know you have it!
When you by these masks they are outlined for coloring. I made a card board template by first tracing all the outlined areas separately on to tracing paper. I then adhered the tracing paper outlines onto scrap card board and cut the pieces out. I used the card board pieces to trace around on my Designer Series Paper. I traced the pieces on the back of the paper I was using then cut out the shapes.
All the pieces were then glued down with the Tombow Multi-Purpose Glue. Her cheeks, stars and witch hat were done with the Star, 1" and 1/4" circle punches. The witches' face was cut from green glitter paper (Non-Stampin'Up!) Her mouth was drawn with a Sharpie marker and Basic Rhinestone embellishments were added to the hat.
We made these in a class and everyone LOVED them!
Thanks for looking and don't forget to try a few of these on your own!
Stampin' & Halloween Hugs,