Disney Princess Masquerade Masks ~ Fun Craft to Try!


By Janel Adani

Oh, tis the season for Halloween fun and masquerade balls. What little girl doesn’t want to dress up like a princess whether it’s for Halloween or just playing around the house? My little girl loves dressing up. Lately of course, it’s been Elsa, but she has a closet full of princess dresses. Her big sister has been handing down her princess dresses for years.
I headed over to the Disney Family website today and stumbled across these beautiful masquerade masks. I know my little girl will absolutely love making these and I hope yours does too!

What You’ll Need
Download Disney Princess Masquerade Masks

•Regular paper or cardstock
•Glue or double-sided tape
•Wood round craft stick (or chopstick)
•Ribbons, glitter, gems (optional)

How To Make It

⦁ Print the template on regular paper or cardstock and cut out the pieces. Make sure you also cut out the eye holes.
⦁ Glue or tape a stick to the inside of the mask on one side (a chopstick also works well). If you decide to paint the stick first, make sure you give it enough time to dry before securing it to the mask.
⦁ Use ribbons, glitter, gems, and more fun accessories to decorate your mask.

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