There’s no doubt that Halloween is one of the most festive holidays on the calendar. Whether you can’t get enough of scary Halloween movie marathons, crafting DIY Halloween decorations in orange and black, or going out of your gourd with tons of pumpkin carving ideas. October 31 is filled with thrills, chills, and plenty of chances to get dressed to kill.
DIY 6 Last Minutes Halloween Masks That Save You
It’s a spooktacular time of the year for DIYers, especially because the best and least expensive costumes are often handmade. That goes double toil and trouble for Halloween masks. If you make a false face fancy enough, you don’t even have to worry about the rest of the outfit, as is the case with the dazzling DIY cardboard skulls we’ve dug up for you.
1. Feathered Masquerade Mask
Here’s a beautiful masquerade mask that is perfect for any Halloween party you are planning to attend. The feathers really make this one gorgeous and it’s pretty easy to put together. You can find these feathers at any craft store and you should be able to find a mask there, too. Or, use a cheap mask from the Dollar Store and then paint it and add your feathers.
2. Kid’s Frog Mask
This little frog mask can be made from a paper plate and it is so adorable. There’s even a little tongue with a fly attached! How cute is that? You’ll need to print off the template or draw it yourself. Then just cut it out of a paper plate, paint and you’ve got the most adorable little frog on the block.
3. Crocheted Masquerade Mask
Get out those crochet hooks and get started on this gorgeous crocheted masquerade mask. It’s totally doable and you end up with the most gorgeous mask at your Halloween party. Even if you’re new to crocheting, you can turn this one out in a weekend, so get started now and it will be ready by the holiday.
4. Paper Lion Mask
Here’s another wonderful DIY Halloween mask that you can make from a cheap paper plate. This little lion mask is perfect for little ones and it only takes a few minutes to put together. A dowel on the side makes it easy for your little one to hold the mask in place or take it off whenever they want.
5. Woodland Creatures Masks
Just cut out a basic mask shape from heavy cardstock or a paper plate and then add the decorations to turn that ordinary mask into a woodland creature. Kids will love these little creatures and you will love how easy and cheap these Halloween masks are to make.
6. No-Sew Mask
Assemble your very own squad of superheroes with this easy project. Choose your own color combination, or get inspired by classic color schemes worn by your favorite Marvel or DC Comic characters.