These unique Halloween masks are perfect for adding a one-of-a-kind twist to any costume.
Tools and Materials
Image templates (cantaloupe, bucket, toast, blue hubbard, and pumpkin)
Martha Stewart decoupage glue and sealer
Martha Stewart craft glue
Paint stirrer stick
Collage Mask How-To
1. Download image templates (cantaloupe,bucket, toast, blue hubbard, and pumpkin). Enlarge templates 135 percent; print.
2. Glue images on cardboard and trim edges with a utility knife to make the mask shape. Cut eye holes in cardboard.
4. Mix and match the templates before choosing final images. Glue features in place using white Martha Stewart decoupage glue and sealer, brushed on lightly. Using Martha Stewart craft glue, adhere a paint stirrer stick to the back of mask Let dry overnight.
Tip: Seal the surface with the same Martha Stewart decoupage glue and sealer.
Martha Stewart craft glue, decoupage glue, and sealer can be found at marthastewartcrafts.com. To find fun facial features for your mask, search the Internet for images you think will make interesting eyes, noses, ears, and mouths.