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Collage Halloween Masks

These unique Halloween masks are perfect for adding a one-of-a-kind twist to any costume.





  1. Step 1

    Download image templates (cantaloupe, bucket, toast, blue hubbard, and pumpkin). Enlarge templates 135 percent; print.

  2. Step 2

    Glue images on cardboard and trim edges with a utility knife to make the mask shape. Cut eye holes in cardboard.

  3. Step 3

    Mix and match the templates before choosing final images. Glue features in place using decoupage glue, brushed on lightly. Using craft glue, adhere a paint stirrer stick to the back of mask Let dry overnight.Tip: Seal the surface with the same decoupage glue and sealer.

The Martha Stewart Show, October October Fall 2007 2007



Reviews (7)

  • Kimonosa 18 Sep, 2011

    They are so DADA! and I would love to show the students some of this art movements collages too. :<) I just love your site and always go to it first for inspiration. Thank
    you for so much help over the years.

  • Kimonosa 18 Sep, 2011

    I would love to use these templates but according to my computer download report, they are no longer available. Please put them up again. I want to use them in an art class...

  • Tiffany_Sun 10 Aug, 2010

    Hi melaniemunsell, the features weren't created using templates -- we searched the web for fun images to print out for eyes, noses, ears, and mouths.

  • melaniemunsell 8 Aug, 2010

    Same here where are the features???

  • ppalmeri 11 Oct, 2008

    Great to answer the door in to greet the trick and treaters in with a few changes. First , remove the stick and use elastic cord so you have hands free to hand out treats.Second instead of decopage glue I lamenated it with self lamenting sheets, which as a teacehr we learn to do to preserve things that might get alot of ware. It also gives it the collage shine without the work and cost of the glue. I used the hubbard, with red devil eyes,a spark plug nose, and a skeletal mouh with teeth.

  • melswen 17 Sep, 2008

    I'd like to make these but you have only supplied the image templates. Where are the facial features?

  • julesct 16 Sep, 2008

    Am I missing something? Where are the "features"? From the video it seems like they would be supplied. All I see are the heads.