How to create a halloween face mask

How to create a halloween face mask

Since the beginning of the pandemic I have been making my own custom design face masks to wear in shops and on public transport. To get you into the Halloween spirit, I shall be giving you a step-by-step tutorial on how to make your own face mask in some Halloween fabric.

In order to make your mask you will need the following:

  • Some cotton fabric for the outer layer of the mask. I have chosen a Halloween design featuring dancing skeletons
  • A T-shirt fabric for the middle layer (this works as a protective layer between the bottom cotton fabric to prevent any potential germs getting through)
  • Some elastic or ribbon
  • Pins and thread
  • The pattern piece (You use this as a guide to cut out your design and there’s loads of free ones if you have a quick Google)

How to create a halloween face mask

I am making my masks with my sewing machine, however, you can just as easily use a needle and thread. For the purpose of this tutorial I will be giving tips for those of you with a sewing machine.

Method:

  1. You will need to pin your pattern piece to your fabric and cut out x 2 of each for each layer (There will be 3 layers in total.)

How to create a halloween face mask

2. By now you should have chosen your thread (I am using a burgundy for my bottom thread and black for my top.) Before you start stitching along the centre seams, if you are using a sewing machine, use a spare bit of material to make sure the tension of your stiches are right.

You might need to allow time to shout at your sewing machine if the bobbin in the bobbin case doesn’t thread.

3. So now, sew along the centre seam of the plain cotton fabric and pin the top fabric to the T-shirt material and sew along the centre seam.

How to create a halloween face mask

4. Now pin the right sides of the fabric together and sew along the top and bottom seams.

How to create a halloween face mask

5. Turn the mask inside out. Only the outer edges should still be open (it should be showing the patterned sides of the fabric at this point.)

6. Finally, pin the elastic to the underside of the open side seams so that the raw edges are folded inwards to make a neat hem. Once you have done this, sew along both seams.

How to create a halloween face mask

7. Now, all of your edges should be turned in and your elastic is attached. Your mask should be looking like this:

How to create a halloween face mask

It’s Ready!

There you have it! My step-by-step guide to making your very own Halloween face mask. Have fun and stay safe, just because there is a pandemic going on it doesn’t mean you can’t still get into the Halloween Spirit.

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The spooky season is right around the corner. Whether your children are heading out or staying in, there areВ Halloween masksВ that can offer a safe solution for COVID-19!

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What Are Some Good Halloween Masks for COVID-19?

As you’re most likely already wearing face masks this Halloween, you can take this as a chance for an easy DIYoption.В In fact, you can make one of the best Halloween masks around from the comfort of your own home.В Whether you choose a superhero mask or an animal character for your child, we have aВ few ideasВ for full-face masks to celebrate the holiday.

How to Make Halloween Masks at Home?

It’s pretty easy to make your ownВ DIY Halloween face masksВ but some parents aren’t huge fans of crafting.В Our advice: just grab your kids and go for it without thinking too much. Your children will love the extra quality time and wear their masks with pride. However, keep in mind that it fits appropriately to the face, especially the eyes.

  • Superhero Mask – It’s easy to make your ownВ Halloween maskВ to go along with the cape! Simply download the appropriate superhero mask template onto printer paper, cut it out, and trace onto felt sheets for assembly. Punch a hole into each side and glue anВ eyeletВ on each side. Add an elastic for a great mask! You could also draw a spiderweb on a cloth mask and in next to no time, Spider-Man can come to the rescue!
  • Star Wars Face Mask -В You may be able to buy these online, but you can also make them at home. Consider using templates to draw your favorite characters on your kid’s cloth mask. Whether it’s R2D2 or a droid, this will make for a popularВ Halloween mask!

DIY Animal Masks for Halloween

One of the easiest ideas for a kid’s Halloween costume is to let them dress as their favorite animal. Just choose clothes in the color of fur or feather, make a mask and your DIY Halloween costume is ready. Pros also add a tail but that’s not really necessary as everyone will recognize the costume by the mask.

  • Emperor Penguin Mask – Few creatures are as beloved as the Emperor penguins found in Antarctica. You can also download an onlineВ templateВ for the mask. However, sew or glueВ some cut-out white fabric to black one for an outstanding baby Emperor penguin mask that will truly impress! If your kid wants to dress up as an adult animal, be sure to add a little yellow under the eyes for the typical look.
  • Woodland Creature – For the prettiest Halloween mask of all, try an online mask template for a bear, fox, or owl. You’ll need some felt, fabric, scissors, and elastic. Simply use your template to cut out the pieces of felt, then pin felt details onto your DIY mask. Sew using a needle and embroidery floss, then attach the elastic to fit your child’s head.
  • Kitty Face Mask -В All you need is a bit of fabric and some permanent markers to make this simpleВ Halloween mask for COVID-19! Instead ofВ faceВ paint, choose a black, white, brown, or orange fabric and draw whiskers, a nose, and a mouth. YourВ kidВ may even love wearing this after Halloween is over!
  • Unicorn Mask – Unicorns have been all the rage for a while, and that really hasn’t changed much! You can tap into this trend easily with aВ Halloween mask for kids.В Purchase some white, pink, or purple cloth and either use design tips online or get creative. You’ll want a little glitter to make this mask really sing. However, don’t forget the horn!

Ideas for Easy and Unique Halloween Masks

  • Pumpkin Face Mask В­- If your child is going as a jack-o-lantern, a fabric mask can be the final touch. Simply choose an orange or blackВ fabricВ and draw the mouth you would on a carving pumpkin. Sew or hand-stitch an elastic band to it and bind the mask with a blanket stitch.
  • Colorful Halloween Mask – If your child isn’t really into dressing up, a creative Halloween mask could do the trick. Cut out a plain mask prototype and let them color it in black, purple, and orange with permanent fabric markers. Add some sequins, glitter, or whatever you find in your crafts drawer to zap it up and create a unique Halloween mask.

Face masks will be part of the Halloween reality this year but with our ideas, you can pump your kids up to have a safe trick-or-treating. Do you have any other DIY Halloween mask ideas? Share them with other parents in our comments! Whether you choose a mask that’s scary or sweet, there’s no reason Halloween can’t be both safe and fun this year.

How to create a halloween face mask

Since the beginning of the pandemic I have been making my own custom design face masks to wear in shops and on public transport. To get you into the Halloween spirit, I shall be giving you a step-by-step tutorial on how to make your own face mask in some Halloween fabric.

In order to make your mask you will need the following:

  • Some cotton fabric for the outer layer of the mask. I have chosen a Halloween design featuring dancing skeletons
  • A T-shirt fabric for the middle layer (this works as a protective layer between the bottom cotton fabric to prevent any potential germs getting through)
  • Some elastic or ribbon
  • Pins and thread
  • The pattern piece (You use this as a guide to cut out your design and there’s loads of free ones if you have a quick Google)

How to create a halloween face mask

I am making my masks with my sewing machine, however, you can just as easily use a needle and thread. For the purpose of this tutorial I will be giving tips for those of you with a sewing machine.

Method:

  1. You will need to pin your pattern piece to your fabric and cut out x 2 of each for each layer (There will be 3 layers in total.)

How to create a halloween face mask

2. By now you should have chosen your thread (I am using a burgundy for my bottom thread and black for my top.) Before you start stitching along the centre seams, if you are using a sewing machine, use a spare bit of material to make sure the tension of your stiches are right.

You might need to allow time to shout at your sewing machine if the bobbin in the bobbin case doesn’t thread.

3. So now, sew along the centre seam of the plain cotton fabric and pin the top fabric to the T-shirt material and sew along the centre seam.

How to create a halloween face mask

4. Now pin the right sides of the fabric together and sew along the top and bottom seams.

How to create a halloween face mask

5. Turn the mask inside out. Only the outer edges should still be open (it should be showing the patterned sides of the fabric at this point.)

6. Finally, pin the elastic to the underside of the open side seams so that the raw edges are folded inwards to make a neat hem. Once you have done this, sew along both seams.

How to create a halloween face mask

7. Now, all of your edges should be turned in and your elastic is attached. Your mask should be looking like this:

How to create a halloween face mask

It’s Ready!

There you have it! My step-by-step guide to making your very own Halloween face mask. Have fun and stay safe, just because there is a pandemic going on it doesn’t mean you can’t still get into the Halloween Spirit.

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Did everyone feel that temperature drop this morning?

That chill means Halloween is right around the corner, and there’s never been a more perfect time for a holiday centered around masks, right? It’s like the best of both worlds fusing together in perfect harmony. We have LOVED our Portland Garment Factory Artist face masks since they come in plain cotton, making them the perfect canvas for adornment so we DIYd some classic Halloween costumes into face masks.

You’ll Need:

  • White mummy fabrics
  • Basic face masks
  • Orange fabric
  • Black fabric paint
  • Paintbrushes
  • Embroidery floss
  • Fabric paint
  • Embroidery needles

How to create a halloween face mask

Easy DIY Halloween Face Masks

Even if you’re putting on a costume to hang out at home and watch the Sanderson sisters’ hijinks, our DIY Halloween Face Masks Tutorial will scratch that creative itch. And, as everyone knows, I don’t believe costumes are just for one night in October. Where’s the fun in that? Yep, you can reuse these masks for playtime, too (or for wearing when you leave your house for the first time in months to take out the trash and you don’t want your neighbors to see you…).

One note: I already LOVED Portland Garment Factory’s plain cotton face masks, because I’ve found them to be the best shape for breathability–you don’t suck the fabric in and out! So, working with them on this project was really a practical choice. And a bonus that you can have so much fun with them!How to create a halloween face mask

How to Make DIY Halloween Face Masks

You will need:

  • Scissors
  • Face paint for the areas around the eyes
  • Sewing machine + thread to match the mask fabric
  • OR plain cotton face masks (again, we used the Artst set from Portland Garment Factory)
  • Iron + ironing board

Classic Halloween Face Masks

We chose some classic Halloween costume ideas to show just how easy to is to transform the iconic into a practical face mask/costume. You can choose from a jack-o-lantern, mummy, a Day of the Dead skeleton.

Jack-O-Lantern Mask

How to create a halloween face mask

Materials
  • Orange fabric or orange face mask here
  • Mask template
  • Black oversized ric rac
  • Black paint
  • Jack-o-lantern template
Instructions:
  1. Sew your orange face mask
  2. Trace your template onto the mask
  3. You can see that I first was going to embroidery it, but I decided to paint it (easier and faster!). However you’d like to do it!
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How to create a halloween face mask

Mummy

How to create a halloween face mask

This DIY Mummy costume requires no toilet paper, so don’t worry about making a dent in your 2020 stash.

Materials
  • Plain muslin mask (from Portland Factory’s Artist pack)
  • Cheese cloth
  • Muslin fabric
  • Quarter inch cotton lace
  • Stretchy white netting
  • Gold and tan ribbon
  • Earl Grey Tea
  • Hot glue
  • Pins
  • Gold Thread
  • Metallic Gold Thread
Instructions
    1. Cut muslin fabric into a 8 by 8 inch square.
    2. Tear strips of muslin fabric into varying strips of ½ inch to 1 inch.
    3. Cut sections of cheese cloth into similar sized strips
    4. Fill a bowl with hot water and brew four tea bags.
    5. Submerge the strips of fabric in the tea, dying them until desired color is reached.
    6. Remove strips and rinse, the color will lighten slightly after rinsed and dried.
    7. Leave strips to dry, you can speed the process with a hairdryer and straightener on a low setting.
    8. Trim along the long edge of the gold ribbon and fray the edge. Cut into similar length sections.
    9. Cut the stretchy netting into three strips and form into a thin braid.
    10. Layer the fabric strips and ribbons in a criss-cross pattern across the mask. Use the pins to keep them in place.
    11. Trim excess fabric around the mask.
    12. Layer by layer hot glue each strip onto the mask and on to each other.
    13. Lightly hot glue the braid along the bottom of the mask.
    14. Sketch a scarab beetle onto a 1 by 1 inch piece of muslin fabric.
    15. Using the gold thread embroider along the pattern. Use metallic thread as an accent.
    16. Hot glue four strips to the back of the mask to serve as ties for the mask.

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Ok, this picture I just thought was funny. I’m about 7 months pregnant and clearly my dresses aren’t wrapping around right now.

How to create a halloween face mask

Need More Ideas?

Need some more Halloween costume ideas? Well you’ve come to the right place! Check out our Halloween archive for tons of DIY costume, party, and decor ideas.

It’s easy to make a last minute Halloween 2020 face mask

Make an easy Covid Halloween face mask in minutes with just a few simple, inexpensive supplies. I’ll show you how to quickly put together a spooky and safe mask to wear on Halloween that’s both spooky and safe! Scroll down for the video as well

How to create a halloween face mask

How to create a halloween face mask

How to create a halloween face mask

First, you’ll want to gather your supplies. Here’s what you’ll need.

Easy Covid Halloween face mask supplies:

  1. A simple knit face mask works best for this project. I bought a 2-pack of black, cotton knit masks for $5 at my local Target store recently. So I already had a mask to use. HERE is an example. You may already have a fabric mask that you want to use.
  1. A strip of iron-on Halloween trim. Your local craft store: Joanne, Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, etc. is a great place to find all kinds of fun Halloween trim right now. And everything’s on super sale the week before Halloween! This project is extra easy if you choose a trim that is labeled “iron-on“. These trims are usually sold by the yard so you only pay for what you want. For this project you only need a strip that is as long as the width of your mask so this will be very, very cheap!
    • You can use a sew-on trim as well. You will need to either hand sew or use a sewing machine to stitch it on. This is not as fast as what I did but it is an option.
  1. Scissors
  2. An iron
  3. Fray Check or other liquid seam sealant (optional)

Prepare your materials

Once you’ve gathered your materials simply cut your iron-on trim a little bit wider than the width of your mask. I needed to center my trim on my mask for it to look best. I wanted to have all four motifs spaced across the mask – cat, witch, moon and bat!

If you use a trim that you also want to center, simply match up the center of your mask with what you want to be the center of your trim. If you want you can use a binder clip to hold the trim where you want it. Then, use your scissors to cut the trim to size leaving a little bit extra at each end. You’ll trim that up at the end.

How to create a halloween face mask

Time to heat up your iron

Now that you have your trim cut to the proper size it’s time to iron it into place. Start at the middle using the tip of your hot iron (I used a medium setting, no steam) to press the trim down onto the cotton mask until it is glued into place. Then, slowly continue ironing the trim down from the center to each end. I left enough ribbon on the ends so that I could iron it into the ‘groove’ on each side of the mask to create a neat edge.

In the super short video below I show you how to carefully iron the trim onto the mask. It is much easier to show you than to tell you!

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  • How to create a halloween face mask

Pay attention to the spacing between the trim and the edge of the mask. Take your time ironing it down. You can tack it in place with the tip of your iron and then use the side of your iron to secure it down. I used the tip of my iron to glue the trim down the sides so it looks more finished and neat.

Finishing touches

How to create a halloween face mask

Once you have your trim ironed into place it’s time to trim up any of the edges that need it. If you are using a ribbon that tends to fray at the edges (like mine does) you may want to use a little bit of liquid seam sealant like Fray Check, for example. I bet you could even use some regular white school glue if that’s what you have on hand. Just use a tiny bit on the ends and let it dry clear.

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  • How to create a halloween face mask
  • How to create a halloween face mask

I adore the black on black look of this combination – shiny black on matte black = awesome!

Now you’re ready for Halloween!

Whether you are going trick or treating with the kids or passing out candy while practicing responsible social distancing, you have a mask to match the occasion. And it literally only takes minutes when you use some iron-on trim! It’s not too late to go get some trim and have this done for Halloween on Saturday.

How to create a halloween face mask

Halloween may look different this year than it has in the past, but I know we can still make it fun. I have compiled a list of Halloween costume ideas that will make wearing a protective face mask easy to incorporate.

Check back next week for my post on trick or treating alternatives.

The first section of this list are costumes that already include masks. It would be simple to wear a protective face mask in place of or underneath one of these masks.

  • Doctor – doctors already wear masks. It will look completely normal and natural for a doctor to be wearing a mask.

How to create a halloween face mask

  • Ninja – Ninjas have their faces covered to muffle the sound of their breathing. This sounds an awful lot like covering your face to prevent the spread of germs too!
  • Genie – Genie’s don’t always cover their faces, but it could be easily incorporated. Think I Dream of Jeanie style.
  • Bandit – They wear bandanas to cover their faces. This is pretty much perfect!

This section of the list includes costume ideas for characters who wear masks. You could again incorporate a protective face mask under the character’s mask or decorate your protective mask to look like the face of the character. These seem pretty self-explanatory to me.

  • Plague Doctor

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  • Black Panther

How to create a halloween face mask

These next few would be easy to use a mask to replace makeup.

  • Most animals – You can find face masks available online, or you can decorate your own to look like the animal you choose to dress as.
  • Skeleton – If you are planning to dress as a skeleton you would probably use face makeup to complete your look. You can use a decorative facemask and save yourself the hassle of making up half of your face.
  • Vampire – You won’t have to worry about how to make those teeth. You can just put on a face mask that has a vampire smile, complete with the teeth!
  • Emoji – there are a lot of these available online already, or you could make your own. This would be a super simple costume.
  • Joker – This is similar to the skeleton costume. You could replace the makeup on half of your face with a face mask, or you could wear a disposable mask to be the Joker posing as a doctor like he did in the movie.

How to create a halloween face mask

  • Jack Skellington – You can replace the makeup required for this Halloween costume with a face mask.
  • Clown – This is another Halloween costume where you could replace the makeup with a face mask.
  • Jack-o-lantern – A Jack-O-Lantern would be a super classic and super easy Halloween costume. You just need to wear orange, put some black triangles around your eyes, and complete the look with a decorated face mask.
  • Cheshire Cat – I’ve seen a lot of Cheshire Cat face masks floating around the internet already. Some of them look pretty cool. This would be a great way to make your Halloween costume look even better.
  • Zombie – I imagine that Zombie makeup would be a little difficult to do, but if you are going to incorporate a face mask you only need to create the design once and you can wear it as many times as you are going to wear your Halloween Costume.
  • Anything that needs a mustache — #HashtagTheCowboy has been trending on Twitter ever since the quarantines have started. Tim has been sporting a pretty cool bandana with a handlebar mustache on it. Any other character who needs a mustache would work just as well.

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Other Ideas

It would also be trendy to add a face mask to any Halloweeen costume you choose this year. You could even choose to make a homemade Halloween themed one like this.

How to create a halloween face mask

If you have other ideas or if your costume is incorporating a face mask, please leave a description or picture in the comments below and make sure to check out last week’s post, Halloween Movie List 2020!

How you can incorporate a face mask into potential Halloween costumes!

Halloween is a kid-favorite holiday in our house — decorating pumpkins, trick or treating, and finding the perfect costume. My family loves it all!

But because of the pandemic, Halloween costumes might look different this year. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control recommends not wearing a costume mask this year because a cloth mask is safer. (See their complete recommendations here)

But this doesn’t mean your family can’t have fun dressing up this Halloween! We all just need to be a little more creative this year.

So my son and I experimented with three fun ways to incorporate his cloth face mask into potential Halloween costumes. All it required was a little hot glue and some imagination!

Kitty Cat Face Mask

The kitty cat is a classic Halloween costume!

Supplies:

  • 1 cloth solid-colored face mask
  • Hot glue gun and glue
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Scissors
  • Pom-pom ball

Directions:

  1. Glue the pom-pom ball onto the middle of the face mask. For a more realistic look, place the ball where your nose sits under the mask.
  2. Cut the pipe cleaners to the desired length you would like your whiskers.
  3. Put glue on one end of the pipe cleaner and glue it to the mask, under the edge of the pom-pom ball. Add two more whiskers in the same way. Repeat for the other side.
  4. Cut a pipe cleaner in half and then bend it in half. Curl up each side so it looks like a cat mouth.
  5. Glue the pipe cleaner mouth to the mask under the nose.
  6. Let everything cool and then try on your kitty cat creation!

Halloween Theme Face Mask

This face mask can incorporate your favorite Halloween characters like ghosts, pumpkins, and witches. It will go with any attire and can be worn well before Halloween to show your spirit!

Supplies:

  • 1 cloth solid-colored face mask
  • Hot glue gun and glue
  • A package of Halloween felt stickers from a dollar or craft store

Directions:

  • Pick out a theme for your mask from the selection of felt stickers in the package.
  • Glue the stickers to your face mask, adding as many as you’d like.
  • Let everything cool and then try it on!

Monster Mouth Face Mask

Transform your face mask into a scary monster mouth!

Supplies:

  • 1 cloth solid-colored face mask
  • Feathers or plumes from a dollar or craft store
  • White construction paper
  • Hot glue gun and glue

Directions:

  • Put a line of hot glue around the rim of the face mask. Place a feather onto the glue.
  • Layer the feathers on top of each other to create thickness. Glue each layer together.
  • Let the glue cool completely.
  • Cut out 4 triangles from your construction paper. These will be your monster’s teeth, so make them the size you want!
  • Glue the top teeth on the mask, with the edge under the bottom of your feathers.
  • Glue the bottom teeth onto your mask the same way.
  • Let everything cool completely!
  • Try on your mask, and trim off feathers if they poke out too far.

Show off your creations by hosting a face mask decorating contest over Zoom. How creative can your friends and family get? With a little creativity, we can still make Halloween fun for kids. even during these strange times!

Hello there party lovers! We are back with yet another amazing Halloween related blog for you guys and we are excited to talk about what we have got for you guys so, let us get started!

If you are our regular reader then you would know how much we love working on Halloween décor ideas and pumpkin carving stencils but today, we have something different and something super unique. Are you ready to get your hands on our free DIY Halloween scary mask designs to try in 2020? Yes, you have read that right! We have designed these interesting scary stencils that are going to help you create your very own masks and you can rock your Halloween parties this year. All you have to do is to follow our lead so, keep reading this blog!

Recommended:

400+ Free Printable Halloween Pumpkin Carving Stencils, Patterns, Designs, Faces & Ideas

How to create a halloween face mask

As you know that most of our occasional parties and hang-outs got paused the moment we got to know that there is this deadly virus in the world and that it will leave a bad influence even on our daily life routine but that being said, we have been ever ready to fight back and we are glad that many countries around the world have flattened the curve and are now the people are returning to live their lives the way they would before the outbreak of COVID-19. Do you know what that means? That means that we can still celebrate our favorite occasions and festivals and we also have to follow the SOPs too so, that all of us collectively stay safe.

Keeping in mind the spirit of our Halloween parties, we had to come up with an idea that can ensure our fool proof plans. We would also like to encourage all of you to stay indoors and organize online Halloween parties for your immediate family members. Honestly, it will be okay if we do not go out to our favorite party spots this year because what is more important here is our health and the people around us. And of course, our DIY scary masks are all ready to keep you safe from too so, let us have a look at what we have designed for you guys!

From cute to scary, we wanted to keep our designs that can be used by people of every age group and that nobody feels left out when it comes to celebrating the Halloween party. Not to brag about our own designs but we do want to mention this here that keeping the background jet black is bringing out the best for each mask stencil and we can bet that you would want to create all twelve of them for yourself only – which makes sense so, feel free to make things happen in your own ways.

But wait, did we tell you that you can keep the background that goes with your personality? Because that is another thing that you can do while using our free DIY Halloween scary mask designs for 2020.

So, here are the things that you will require to create your very own scary masks using our stencils:

  • Masks (Preferably in plain, solid colors.)
  • Lead pencils
  • Permanent markers
  • Fabric paints
  • Paint remover
  • Eraser (Preferably fabric eraser so, that you can erase the pencil marks from the masks.)
  • Loose tissue sheets

First things first, you need to choose the designs that you would want to put on your Halloween masks and trace them out using our free DIY stencils. And you know it won’t matter if the first mask does not come out as perfect as it must be, do not stop trying as we know that you will be making some stunning scary masks for yourself and for your loved ones this Halloween.

Once you are done with tracing your favorite designs from our free DIY Halloween scary mask stencils for 2020, feel free to paint them however you like. Feel free to mix & match different colors too so, that you can really bring out the best masks for yourself.

Oh, and along with arranging a pumpkin carving activity with your kids or siblings, you must also arrange another interesting activity in which you can ask them to paint their Halloween scary masks. You would know how much fun it is going to be, right? All close family members sitting together, making their own masks to wear and enjoy the night of Halloween. Or how about an online meet-up plan with your friends or may be colleagues where you can talk and paint your masks in the meantime?!

And this is all for today! We hope that you will like reading our blog and will also create some amazing mask designs for yourself. You can also put the masks up on your online store too for your customers as a fun thing to be purchased for this year’s Halloween. Happy creating!