Halloween isn’t that far, and it’s time to think over what kind of party and décor you’ll have. Your outfit is essential, whether you are going to a party or hosting one, and a mask is an indispensable part of you look. Need a couple of ideas? I have some for you! These DIY Halloween masks can complement different kinds of costumes, and you can make them yourself.
The first mask is rather refined and will be perfect for girlish outfits. Take a template, cut it out and then choose a material you want to use. A foam mask can be decorated with beads and pearls, a leather mask can get some gold highlights and a felt one can be die cut and decorated with felt roses. Watch the video to find out how to do that.
This steampunk mask can be made using a usual mask from a dollar store and bottle caps. Spray paint it with some metallic shade and attach felt imitating metal. Voila!
This crazy angler fish mask will be great for anyone, especially boys. It’s a paper mache mask with lights, I’m sure that it’ll scary anyone who sees you.
Need something refined? A tatted mask is made with cotton thread, Swarovski crystals and a few small pieces of wire. You will need an intermediate to advanced knowledge of needle or shuttle tatting to complete this project including split rings but the result is worth it!
This project will show you an in depth guide on how to make a Werewolf mask out of fairly simple supplies. The making of this mask does require time and patience, but it is highly customizable, and quite comfortable!
These masquerade masks for guys and girls can be made of simple dollar store ones. Painted and embellished in various ways, they are to excite everyone and make your look sophisticated.
Paper mache is a fun and easy way to sculpt just about anything. Make a strong mask that will fit your face perfectly and will complement your spooky Halloween costume in a great way.
Make a couple of masks for your kids. Paper mache masks come in natural cardboard color, perfect and ready for painting. Here you’ll find a tutorial to turn these simple ones into sugar skull masks.
These glitter Halloween masks are made of usual cardboard ones, you can apply decoupage technique or paint and glitter them. Be creative and make your own glam masterpiece!
This instruction will teach you how to make a lightweight and comfortable mask of limited only by your imagination! These can be used as wearable masks, wall hangings, or masks to put somewhere and scare the tar out of a friend, relative or enemy.
This steampunk rabbit mask is made of leather. just cut it out according to the template and then paint it by hand as you want, keeping the decor of the tutorial or not.
Looking for something special and refined? Take a usual plastic mask and hot glue pearls to it, cover it completely to achieve a chic look.
Going glam? Make this black lace mask and decorate it with beads and feathers to get a pretty accessory.