Halloween Masks - Kelly Panacci
Design a delightful disguise, and cast a spell. Making your own mask is not only fun but easy to personalize for your costume selection.
Designed by Kara Ward courtesy of EK Success®.
- Jolee's® Bling Thick Borders - Gold
- EK Success® Retractable Knife and Blades
- EK Success® Herma® Dotto® Adhesive Tape Runner, Permanent
- EK Success® Zig® 2-Way Glue Pen
- EK Success® Honey Bee Craft Scissors
- EK Success® Self-Healing Cutting Mat, 13" x 13"
- EK Success® 3D-Dots® Adhesive Foam Squares, 1/8" - White
- K&Company Specialty Paper Pad, 12" x 12" - Halloween
- K&Company Rub-On with Embellishments - Halloween Spider
- K&Company Glow-In-The-Dark Pillow Stickers - Halloween Ghost
- K&Company Icon Die-Cut Cardstock - Halloween
- Poster Board - Black
- Feathers - Black
- Gemstones, Large and Small - Assorted
- Dowel Rods (2)
- Wooded Knobs (2)
- Acrylic Paint - Black
- Wire - Black
- Ribbon - Orange
- Low Heat Glue Gun
Cover the masks with purple patterned paper. Use a retractable knife to trim out the eye holes.
Place and rub the spider web rub-on on the left side of the mask.
Hot glue black feathers to the left corner of the mask. For some added bling, secure orange gems into the feathers by simply cutting the individual ones from the large thick border gems.
Twirl wire around a pencil and attach a spider sticker to it. Secure the spring-like spider to the feather clump.
Place small gems around the eye holes and in the center section of the mask. Use larger gems on the outline of the mask. Secure a spider sticker to the left side of the mask.
Secure black spiderweb patterned paper to the poster board mask.
Cut the thick gem borders into strips and outline the mask with gems.
Outline the eye section with gems also.
Place large ghost stickers in each corner of the mask. Then, use foam tape to add spooky eye stickers onto the ghost sticker.
Add smaller ghosts layered on top of the large one using foam tape to add dimension.
Masks to Dowel Rods
Paint the black dowel rods and the wooden circle shaped knobs with black acrylic paint. Let dry.
Print and trace pattern, cut out both masks onto poster board.
Decorate the masks before attaching them to the dowel rod.
Finish both masks by securing the knob to the top of the dowel rod. Then, secure the mask onto the dowel rod. Attach ribbon or tags to the dowel rod for added Halloween fun!