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1. Woodland Wonder: Using cardstock and pipe cleaners, these fun masks are perfect for a play date. Get the how–to at Hoosier Homemade.
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These cute panda masks, made from cardstock and paper plates, are an
animal-lover's dream. Get the how-to at Kixcereal.com.
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3. Adorable Arctic: Recycle
applesauce containers and use things you have at home to make this fun polar
bear craft. Get the how-to at I Heart Crafty Things.
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4. Tribal bird egg
carton masks: Use your imagination by making these fun tribal, bird-like
egg carton masks. Get the how-to at Handmadebykelly.com.
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5. Forest Friends: Use
brown paper grocery bags to make fun woodland masks. Invite all of the
neighborhood kids over to represent the different animals. Get the how-to at
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6. Cardboard Duct
Tape Mask: Cut out eye holes from a box and then decorate it with duct tape
for these colorful masks. Get the how-to at Mer Mag Blog.
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7. Geometric Paper
Bag Masks: These masks/costumes are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
Absolutely adorable!! Get the how-to at WeeSociety.com.
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