Recycled Sun Glasses Foam Masks
Here’s a fun way to make Recycled Sun Glasses Foam Masks. These masks are inexpensive to make and a fun way to spark a child’s creative imagination.
Craft foam, in assorted colors
Precision knife, if desired
Hot glue gun
Hot glue sticks
Inexpensive or upcycled plastic sunglasses
Miscellaneous embellishments such as feathers, googly eyes, glitter, felt, etc.
Cut out desired face shape—animal shapes are always fun—out of craft foam using scissors. If older kids are making this craft, an X-acto knife will work even better! Then trim out two holes for the eyes and set aside.
Craft facial features for the mask using scissors, craft foam, felt or other miscellaneous materials to create ears, noses, etc.
Glue embellishments onto the foam mask using either hot glue or tacky glue.
Attach the mask to the sunglasses using hot glue—start with attaching the nose bridge of the mask to the center of the sunglasses, then dab hot glue on both sides where the glasses arms meet the frame and secure. Set aside to dry, then enjoy!
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