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Chicken Mask

Here’s a fun chicken mask for the kids to make – at Easter or any time! It’s easy too.


Cardstock: White, Yellow, Red, Black

Sharp scissors


Red glittery Pipe Cleaners

Craft glue



First, cut a rectangular shape out of yellow card a bit wider than your child's face, and mark where the eye holes should be. Use a pair of sharp scissors to cut them out (with adult supervision).

Referring to the photo above for the correct shape, cut two pieces for the beak: one out of black card and one, very slightly smaller, out of red card. We used a corrugated cardboard for the top layer but you could also top a piece of plain card with red felt or fabric. And of course orange card would be fine, too. Cut two small tear drop shapes out of the black card and stick on as shown. Attach the beak to the mask with white glue.

The "comb" is made using a cactus-shaped piece of red cardboard and red glittery pipe cleaners (chenille stems). Twist them to fit the shape of the card and glue down with strong white glue.

When dry, attach to the back of the yellow card, first with white glue and then with a strong tape to hold it securely and make the mask comfortable for your child to wear.

This craft is reprinted courtesy of ActivityVillage.co.uk.

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Katie is the writer and creator of View From The Fridge. She is also the mom to two adorable little boys (and another baby on the way), and wife to a great guy! She loves to craft, decorate, dream up projects for her home, and she’s learning to love to cook (though not there quite yet). She started View From The Fridge in the fall of 2013. Katie also enjoys coffee, a good glass of wine or beer (when she’s not expecting!), running, and anything outside. She lives in Minnesota and takes full advantage of the wonderful (but short) summer season outside with her family.

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