DIY Avengers Masks

Disney Family recently put out several articles showing how to make your own Avengers masks. With Halloween just around the corner we thought it would be a fun idea to pull all four of those crafts into one place giving  your little super heroes the chance to battle the forces of evil!
The Hulk
What You’ll Need for the Hulk Mask
  • Regular paper or cardstock
  • Scissors or craft knife
  • String
  • Glue or double-sided tape
  • Hole punch
How To Make The Hulk Mask
1. Print the template on regular paper or cardstock and cut out the pieces.
2. Use a craft knife to cut out the eye holes.
3. Align hair with the shaded area at the top of the face. Secure with glue or double-sided tape.
4. Punch holes in the face where indicated. Tie a string to each hole and tie at the back of your child’s head to secure the mask.

Iron Man

What You’ll Need for the Iron Man Mask
 How To Make the Iron Man Mask

1. Print the template on regular paper or cardstock and cut out the pieces.
2. Cut out the eye holes on the front of the mask, and make folds along all dotted lines. Using glue or double-sided tape, secure each tab to its corresponding piece. Punch holes on the sides of the mask where indicated.
3. Secure tabs on the right side of the helmet to their corresponding pieces
4.Secure tabs on the left side of the helmet to the right side of the helmet to make the piece symmetrical.
5. Align the top of the helmet with the shaded area on the face mask, and secure with glue or double-sided tape.
6. Tie a string to each hole in the mask, and tie at the back of your child’s head to secure Iron Man’s helmet.
7.Using double-sided tape or a pin, secure the chest piece to your child’s clothing.

Thor

What You’ll Need for the Thor Helmet
  • Download Pattern Here
  • Regular paper or cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Glue or double-sided tape
 How To Make Thor’s Helmet

1.Print the template on regular paper or card stock and cut out the pieces.
2.Starting with the front of the helmet, make all folds along dotted lines away from you. Using glue or double-sided tape, secure all tabs to their corresponding pieces.
3.Three helmet straps have been provided. Cut out two straps, and attach one to each side of the helmet, aligning the black borders at the top and bottom of the straps with the corresponding black borders on the front of the helmet. Wrap the straps around your child’s head to determine the exact size of the helmet. Secure the straps when you’re satisfied with the fit. You may use the third strap if two are insufficient.
4.Fold each wing in half along the dotted line, and secure so that the design is two-sided. Align each helmet wing with its corresponding shaded semicircle and secure with glue or tape.

Captain America

What You’ll Need
Cardstock
Scissors
Glue or double-sided tape
String
How To Make It Captain America Mask
1. Print the Captain America Mask on card stock. Cut out the mask, including the wings and the eye holes. Be sure to cut along the solid blue lines on one side of each tab.
2. Make all folds along the dashed lines away from you.
3. Using glue or double-sided tape, secure each tab to the back of the mask.
4. Fold each wing in half along the dashed line. Glue or tape the sides together so the wing design is double-sided. Glue or tape each wing to the sides of the mask where it is marked with a light blue rectangle. The wings should look like upside down hockey sticks, the wider part on top pointing toward the back of the mask.
5. Punch holes where indicated on each side of the mask. Tie a string to each hole, and secure it to your face by tying the two strings together at the back of your head.

 

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Michele Atwood is the Owner/Editor of The Main Street Mouse and it’s subsidiaries and author of the books “Moving to Main Street U.S.A.” “How Many Sleeps Till Disney?” and “How Many Sleeps Till Disneyland?” Michele also contributes Disney news to the Joe Kelley Morning Show on 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. She and her family made the move from Michigan to the Orlando area to pursue their Disney dreams. Michele is a life long Disney fan, and has two sons who have followed suit, each going on their first Disney trip before their first birthday’s. Part of the goal Michele has for The Main Street Mouse is not only to keep members informed, but to create somewhat of a Disney Family by relating to others through personal experiences and opinions. Also, Michele is making it a priority to share stories of inspiration and hope to other Disney Fans in an effort to share the Magic and hopefully make a difference in the lives of others. ~ I enjoy writing personal perspective blogs, doing TMSM Meet Ups for our readers, and keeping the constant interaction going with others, sharing the Disney Magic to people when they can’t be at their Happy Place.

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