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Paper Party Mask

What kid doesn't love to make faces? Young revelers can create all sorts with paper and items from a junk drawer. 


  • Paper bag
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Straw


  1. Step 1

    This goofy mask was made by decorating a paper bag; eyeholes were drawn before and cut out after by an adult. The mask is glued to card stock so it's sturdy; the handle is a taped-on straw.

Martha Stewart Kids, Volume 17 2005