Sunday, 23 June 2019

Masquerade Mask ~Bostik Challenge June 2019



I have been part of the Bostik Bloggers for almost 4 years now, although 2019 there has been some changes and instead of doing a monthly post I am doing one post quarterly with the brand. The theme for June was open so Little M my crafting partner and I made this lovely Masquerade Mask for her to wear at her birthday party.

Little M loves these crafting challenges and we always try and do  at least one crafting session a month, however of late Little M is enjoying baking so we have been doing more baking than crafting.

To  make the Masquerade Mask



Equipment you will need:

Pink glitter funky foam
24 cm piece elastic
Feathers assorted colours
4 Funky foam stars assorted sizes  and colours 
Scissors
Pencil
Stapler
Bostik PVA glue.

How to make the Mask:

1. Using a masquerade mask template place it on the pink foam and draw around it. Cut the mark out carefully.


2.Mark a hole in the temporal corners to fit the elastic.



3.Thread the elastic through and with the the help of an adult staple the ends secure. ( We tried gluing but when we stretched the elastic it came unstuck)





4. Arrange three assorted feathers on each temporal corner and glue them down with the Bostik PVA glue.


5.Using the Bostik PVA glue position and stick the foam stars in place.



6. Let the glue dry for 30 mins .The mask is ready to wear.


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You may like other  Bostik craft posts:

This craft is suitable for young children although, adult supervision may be required for using scissors and stapler. If you like this project check the link below for more art and craft projects, that you can do with your children.

Kids Arts and Craft Videos
Kids Arts and Crafts Projects 


Being part of the Bostik 2019 bloggers with Tots100 and Bostik, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.

11 comments:

  1. This looks fun! It's been forever since I've been to a masquerade party or just dressed up for fun with the mask.

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  2. This is so bright and colourful for a party or playdate!

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  3. The mask came out great, they look as nice as those you can buy. My niece had a masquerade themed sweet 16, these would have been perfect for it.

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  4. My son would love this!! I haven't tried making a mask with him but we do somethings do other arts and crafts.

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  5. this is fab and so easy to make. A great craft for the kids to do through the summer

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  6. What a pretty mask, I love the bright pink x

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  7. What a fantastic craft idea! This challenge seems like a lot of fun.

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  8. This looks like so much fun and just in time for festival season

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  9. Oh this is a great activity idea for the children!

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  10. I love this. What a fab mask and a cool crafting idea xx

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