How to make a mask

Crafting animal masks

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Whether it’s for Halloween or a birthday party – crafting animal masks is great fun for little ones! 


For our 500,000th-book-party back in September, we created different animal masks, inspired by the forest animals in our personalized book, “The Tree, The Key and Me”. In this blog article, we’d like to offer you the chance to make your very own from the comfort of your home. Simply download our free templates and let’s get crafting. 

We’d recommend printing the templates on slightly firmer than normal paper and then using scissors and a rubber band to complete your animal masks. In addition to the colored version, black and white templates are also available so that your little ones can get creative and make them their very own.

Animal masks: Free downloads

Fox (color)

Fox (B&W)

Rabbit (color)

Rabbit (B&W)

Hedgehog (color)

Hedgehog (B&W) 

Squirrel (color)

Squirrel (B&W)

If you’d like to check out another mask, take a look at this blog article where you’ll find a bear mask template. As you probably guessed, Mr. Bear is also a character from our popular children’s book “The Tree, The Key and Me” .

It’s party time!

If you’re looking for more creative ideas after making these animal masks, you can continue by browsing our blog.Our appetizing party snacks are a fun idea for any special occasion with little ones. In keeping with the animal masks, you’ll find video instructions for creating a bunny, a bear and even a hedgehog! Feeling peckish? Come this way!

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