Day Of The Dead Mask with Pattern
Halloween or All Hallow’s Eve has become one of the most popular holidays for kids and parents too. In Mexico they celebrate the Day of the Dead on November 1 through November 2nd. This Day of the Dead Mask will provide fun for both holidays.
White Paper or Cardstock
Crayons, Markers or Colored Pencils
Sequins, Glitter (optional)
Print out your skull pattern and color your mask using the picture as a reference or create your own original mask. You can even search the internet for more ideas. Cardstock would be preferable if you want to add glitter or sequins.
Cut out your completed mask and staple to a craft stick.
Patterns, Templates and Printables
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Erin Sipes is a writer, crafter, and homeschooling mother of (soon-to-be) four based in rural Missouri. She is also the voice behind My Very Educated Mother, a blog dedicated to advocating the benefits of a creative home by sharing kids crafts and family-friendly recipes, as well as encouraging self-reliance, recycling, and responsible consumerism.