Paperplate Crafts

Masks

Hello my lovelies and how are you all this week? I know that all though I love having extra time with the boys when they’re on a break from school, I could use a break from the bickering constantly. The ‘Muuuuummmmm’ and always classic ‘it was him!’ (lol).
Here I have some awesome paperplate crafts that you can make for next to nothing at home. Keep the little hands busy for a minute at least.

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You Will Need
White Paperplates,
Paint & paint brushes,
Pens,
Paper,
Glue,
Strawers,
Sticky tape,

Directions

  1. Cut 3 paperplates in half.
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  2. Make sure you drawer on the mask as it bends away from the face. The smooth silky side where you would put food touching your face.
  3. Draw on large circles for eyes.
  4. Cut the eyes out. I found that cutting an X in them first and then snipping around the edge the best way to do this.
  5. Paint/colour the background colours first.
  6. Add any extra bits such as eyes, ears, horns etc with some glue or looped sticky tape. We made ours from extra paperplates, I did the cutting and the boys decorated them.
  7. Colour in any noses or cheeks or any other bit!

     

  8. Pull a funny face whilst testing the mask out and this is the most mandority part of the whole process!!!! (lol)

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  9. Add straws to rthe back of the mask and you’re done!

My little lads loved making these and although we haven’t had a chance yet. I will use this to make a story up with the boys that we can act out together and get that little bit more fun out of them.

So cheap and easy and brilliant for this last weekend of half term to keep them occupied for bit. If you do give these a go please do tag myΒ Social MediaΒ pages as I’d love to see your creations! Maybe they’ve inspired you with your own ideas that I would also love to see!

Lots of Love,
Tahnee xxx

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3 comments

  1. Hey, Aaron here nice blog you got here! I am not really into art and crafts but saw you followed me ^ ^, I have an actual blog over robwizda.com and also some video blogs on youtubevirtuoso.com. ^ ^

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