Cover the beak: Cut one beak piece from gold florist crepe paper, or cut two beak pieces from gray crepe paper, using the template. Apply a glue stick to one side of beak piece, and smooth it into place on the mask's nose, leaving an overhang around the tip and side edges. Repeat if using gray crepe paper, gluing and attaching second beak piece onto the first for added opacity. At the tip, fold the overhanging crepe paper under the beak, adhering and smoothing it. Then fold under side edges, and secure; for a snug fit, you might want to cut small slits in the crepe paper, up to the beak's edge, to aid the folding. Cut two small ovals from black crepe paper for the nostrils using template; glue them near the bridge of beak. Cut two narrow strips from black crepe paper for the sides of the beak if desired; they should be as long as the beak and 1/8 inch wide. Glue them along each side of beak.