Fall for Fall and make Leaf Masks.
Continue below for tips for making and printable template.
TO MAKE A LEAF MASK
leaves, paper mask, adhesive (we used hot glue but, glue sticks work for your kids, as well.)
- Gather leaves.
- Print Paper Mask Template: Mask Template | click HERE
- (If using the template or making your own: draw, cut, add holes for eyes will be and punch holes for string.
- 3. Glue leaves to mask
- Pick extra leaves that are in good condition. Make sure they are clean and dry.
- Think out a pattern before gluing
- Think about where your nose and eyes will be under the mask before adhering leaves
- The masks would be uncomfortable, for example, if sharp leaves are stabbing cheeks or accidentally covering eyes.
- I like to creating from the middle out, or from the outside in — encouraging thoughts of pattern and symmetry before hand.
- If these will be worn more than once, lay them flat to dry. You may also press them under books.
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