My daughter created this bird beak mask and I wanted to share with you all. Full credit goes to my Daughter Keeley for this brilliant idea.


  • 1 Paper
  • 1 Scissors
  • 1 Stickytape
  • 1 set Pencils


  1. Let your child cut triangles out of paper with supervision.
  2. Get your child to colour the beak.
  3. Get your child to sticky tape the triangles together at the side leaving some tabs coming off to stick to face. My daughter also cut out and coloured wings to hold in her hands to go with it.
  4. You could get your child to use their imagination and figure out what other animals they could make and dress up as. You could also use string instead of sticky tape to attach to face. You could also paint instead of using pencils, or crayons etc

Notes... My daughter loves animals and when she asked to borrow scissors I was intrigued and watched her make this all by herself. Great for imagination and craft, and those animal loving kids like mine :)

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  • keeleynme
    • 13 Dec 2014
      5:33 pm

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  • Very cool that children can do it on their own.


  • This would definitely inspire creative play.


  • Great for dress up. You have done a great job. Thanks for sharing.


  • Very clever. Thanks for sharing


  • It would be butterflies here. probably with wool strung through either side of it to hang around their necks or beads


  • A great idea for those little one’s to get creative through a love of animals!.


  • exellent job for your daugther nice creation


  • A great idea. Good work by your daughter!


  • bird beak mask


  • What a clever, creative little girl you have here. Knowing a little girl name it…….I can be certain my kids can do it too. Thanks fir this


  • A very good creative idea! Thanks for sharing!


  • crafty mom and crafty daughter


  • A pretty straightforward idea. Thank you.


  • children love making and wearing animal masks


  • what a lovely long beak!


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