Free Printable Halloween Masks
These adorable Halloween masks are great for a class party, Halloween party, pretend play with kids, and for costumes! All you need to do is print them out, color in(if using the coloring version), and add string(or elastic) to the back.
These masks make for a great Halloween activity with kids. Coloring and cutting out the pieces is a great craft to work on fine motor skills! Kids will love getting into the Halloween spirit with these free printable masks.
8 Free Printable Halloween Masks
There are 4 different Halloween designs. Each design comes in a colored in version to simply cut and assemble. They also come in a coloring version to color, cut, and put together. The coloring option makes it more of an interactive element for kids. If you want to have the colored in version ready for kids to wear at a Halloween party that is super fun too!
Free Printable Cat Mask
First is a cute cat mask! This mask is great for a cat costume, cat party mask, cat themed party, or for a fun activity with kids.
Free Printable Frankenstein Mask
Next is a cute Frankenstein mask. Yes, Frankensteins can be cute! This Frankenstein’s monster mask comes in the coloring version. Also, a colorful mask.
Free Printable Pumpkin Mask
These pumpkin masks are the best for the little kids. All cute not creepy! Print and cut or use the color in mask templates. These are great to wear while decorating pumpkins for a pumpkin party!
Free Printable Werewolf Mask
These masks are a little more spooky but still cute! They are fun werewolf masks. These are good for all ages for parties or a werewolf costume.
Using the Printable Masks
To use the masks download the free printable pdf file. The digital file is in pdf format so you will need a pdf reader to open the file. These masks are for personal use, non-commercial use. However, you can print it out a bunch of times for a group of kids for a Halloween party.
Next you will need a printer or print at a local print shop. My suggestion is to print on cardstock paper so it is sturdy. You can also print on printer paper but it could rip. Especially with kids I like to use sturdy paper. Print the mask template multiple times if you need more than one.
Once you have printed out your masks. Time to make a mask! First, if kids are coloring the masks they can color directly on the printed out sheet.
Cut out the mask shapes along the outer black line. Cut out the eye holes. I usually poke a hole with sharp scissors to start cut out the eye holes.
Punch a hole on the right and left side of the mask. The hole should be in the middle of the mask.
Tie string or ribbon around the hole.
Cut the string in the back with enough extra string to tie it in the back.
You can also use elastic or even a strip of paper. Then glue it to the back of the mask measure around the kids head to make sure there is plenty of space for them to comfortably put the mask on.
Now you have some cute Halloween masks for a Halloween activity or for Halloween parties!