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Make this gorgeous owl mask with your kids this weekend, by Riot Art & Craft.

You will need:

  • Paper plates
  • Light blue tissue paper
  • White & gold glitter foam sheets
  • Blue glitter scrapbook paper
  • Large gold flat sequins
  • Scissors
  • PVA glue
  • White elastic
  • Stapler
  • Circular template, such as a bottle lid- approx 3cm diameter

Step 1. Template

Hold the plate up to your face and work out where the eyes need to be.  Draw a dot with a pencil, and then using a circular template (such as the lid of a bottle) draw circles around these. Carefully cut the eyes out.

Step 2. Eyes

Double over your white foam and cut out a large teardrop – use the same template to cut out the eyes. Place these over the eye holes, and use as a guide to cut off the bottom of the plate, following the outline of the foam.  Cut out a circular part at the top too.

Step 3.  Decorate

Before you glue the foam down, cut out around 25 small scalloped crepe pieces (make sure they’re double layered by folding it over) and then paint a very thin layer of PVA and place these around inner circle of the plate to create a feathered edge.  Leave the remaining rim of the plate exposed.

Next slot in your sequins behind the feathered edge.  Now glue on your foam teardrops, add extra scalloped feathers if there are any exposed areas. Scrunch up your crepe squares, and glue these between the foam tear drops. Finally cut out two round circles for the eyes, once again using your circular template, and finally a beak. Once dry, staple a piece of elastic to either side, and it’s ready to wear.

  • very sweet and effective…. thank you for sharing

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  • What a stunning looking mask

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  • How cute! So imaginative!

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  • Thanks for sharing this project; this mask looks absolutely gorgeous!


    • Thanks again for sharing this gorgeous owl; a fun and beautiful project; enjoyed!

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  • we made a mask like this for the break-up day fancy dress. my daughter loved it and said that her friends kept trying to wear it

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  • i like this! my daughter is obsessed with owls! she will be so happy when i tell her that we are making owl masks!

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  • Love this one. I liked the lion one as well. This could be a great party theme where the kids make & wear their masks.

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  • This is so cute and so easy to make! My son would love to try this!!

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  • Wow that looks amazing thanks for sharing!

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  • Wow these look sooo professional, not sure if mine would turn out as good.. but they are simply delightful ..thanks for sharing.

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  • wow! Such a great piece of art and steps are so easy that children will definitely enjoy this creative art work. http://www.artshedonline.com.au/

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  • Oh very cute. We might do our own interpretation with the resources we have available.
    Love the owl’s little gold glitter beak.

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  • very nice craft. my daughter loves owls and so do i. and we always have paper plates at home. definitely going to make it

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  • This is when a well – stocked craft box comes into its own. Armed with the basic instructions I am sure each of our owls would look very individual and striking decorated with our bits and pieces. Endless possibilities!

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  • That looks really good thanks for sharing

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