Make a bunch of these masks for an easy, last minute Halloween costume, for a Where the Wild Things are party theme, or just for some fun pretend play action with your kids. It’s an imaginative book craft to go along with reading the engaging tale.
You can also make these cute Where the Wild Things Are paper tube characters to go along with the masks.
Where the Wild Things Are Pasta Mask – Material:
- Cutter (xacto knife)
- wooden stick
- Paint & paintbrush
- Colored Pasta (paint different pasta shapes in lots of colors)
Step 1. Cut your cardboard into a face shape; cut ears, horns, eyes, nose, mouth.
Step 2. Glue all the parts together.
Step 3. I did 2 monsters so 2 faces and Max. You just have to repeat steps 1 and 2.
Step 4. Now you can paint your faces. Allow to dry.
Step 5. Glue your pasta into your masks and allow to dry.
Step 6. Turn your mask on the other side and tape your wooden stick to the back of your mask. If you want you can glue the stick as well.
You are done! Repeat step 5 and 6 for the others faces.
Aren’t these cardboard pasta mask so fun? You can let your imagination run wild and create so many fun faces with them.
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