October 7, 2009

Masks




Of course, they all thought they could get away without dressing in costume. But now, all your guests can be Wild Things! Isn't that the purpose? Plus, they make great souvenir photos!

MASK
Materials: printed Wild Thing faces, large popsicle sticks
Tools: scissors, glue, tape
(Click on numbers below for mask files. Print on hardstock paper, cut, and apply popsicle stick using glue and secure further with tape.)

MASK 1
MASK 2
MASK 3
MASK 4
MASK 5
MASK 6
MASK 7



Wild Things everywhere!!!
(View full photo set here)

Total time: 3 hrs
Total costs: $2
Supplies from: Diddams

9 comments:

  1. Oh my word, I love this idea so much! I don not have photoshop on my computer, would you happen to still have these as a file I could perhaps get from you? If you do great and if not, still thanks you so much for sharing all your ideas!!!

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  2. I would love them too if you don't mind. My "rumpus" is next month for my son's 1st birthday! Thanks so much for your site, you have given me so many great ideas.

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  3. oh my goodness this is amazing, if you still have the masks files and are willing to share, it would help me out tons!
    cloudlessblue@hotmail.com

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  4. Wow, you are so creative! I would greatly appreciate the mask files if you still have them. ary_7sd@yahoo.com Thank you so much for sharing your creative ideas! Ary

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  5. Mask files are now available per links in the directions above. Good Luck!

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  6. How big are these masks? Can they be printed at home on a regular 8.5 X 11 sheet of cardstock??

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    1. Yes, absolutely! That's exactly how I did them. Thanks for looking at my blog and good luck.

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  7. I will try these masks esp. since my grandsons love the book, as did my children.

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