Halloween masks to print and color

In today’s post: Print + color Halloween masks are an easy and inexpensive Halloween craft for kids – perfect for class parties!

I originally shared these easy DIY Halloween masks a couple of years ago, and many of you let me know that you used them as an easy activity for your kids’ school Halloween parties. Since we are headed back into Halloween season I thought I’d republish so those of you that weren’t reading a few years ago could see them too. If you’re looking for another easy Halloween craft for kids, check out these printable Halloween origami bookmarks.

Paper Halloween masks

Printable Halloween masks

There are four Halloween mask designs which you can download at the end of this post. A pumpkin:

Girl wearing paper pumpkin Halloween mask

A cat:

Girl wearing paper cat Halloween mask


Girl wearing paper Frankenstein Halloween mask

And a sugar skull:

Girl wearing paper sugar skull Halloween mask

You can download each of the mask designs for free at the end of the post. Make sure you print them out on cardstock or other heavy weight paper so they won’t tear.

Printable Halloween mask templates with crayons

Here’s a quick video that shows how to make the masks:

Once you have them printed, the rest is easy: let kids color them in however they’d like and cut them out. Then use a 1-inch punch to punch out the eyes (if you don’t have a punch, you can let kids cut the eyes out with scissors – they won’t look as tidy, but the kids won’t care). To finish, cut a strip of 1/4 inch elastic to 15 inches and staple it to both sides of the mask.

Paper Halloween masks that have been colored with crayons

These masks would be a great activity for a school Halloween party. The only cost involved is purchasing cardstock (if your school doesn’t already have some) and elastic. I used 1/4 inch elastic, and a 15 inch piece was just right for each mask for elementary school age kids. (The 1/4 inch elastic I purchased came in packages of 3 yards, which means you get 7 pieces from each pack. At about $1.50 a pack, that means elastic will cost around $6 for 28 masks.)

It’s also a fun activity to do at home. The masks are easy to make and low on the mess scale. We just used colored pencils, but you could use crayons, markers, or even paint, and then add stickers or glitter if desired. My kids had friends over when I printed out all these samples and everyone had a great time picking their favorite mask and then decorating it to their heart’s content.

Girl wearing various Halloween masks made from paper

You can download the different Halloween mask designs here. Be sure to print at 100% or full size. NOTE: All masks except Frankenstein come 2 to a page.

Download the Frankenstein print & color Halloween mask by clicking here.

Download the Pumpkin print & color Halloween mask by clicking here.

Download the Day of the Dead print & color Halloween mask by clicking here.

Download the Halloween Cat print & color Halloween mask clicking here.

Find even more Halloween fun:

Print + fold Halloween bookmarks

Halloween mini donuts

Candy dipped Halloween pretzels

20 Halloween treats you can make with your kids

30 easy Halloween cookie recipes


Girl wearing print and color Halloween masks

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