Monday, October 26, 2015

Halloween Fun and InkTober Mask Craft

I've always loved Halloween. Autumn festivals, candy, costumes, jack-o-lanterns, decorations—and did I mention candy? What's not to love? And it's just the beginning of holiday festivities, leading right on into Thanksgiving and Christmas, which I also adore.

I don't often have occasion to dress up myself anymore, but I find other ways to celebrate, such as carving pumpkins, navigating corn mazes, and welcoming little cutie pie trick-or-treaters to my door every year. I'm not much into horror and gore (I'm more of a Charlie Brown and Hocus Pocus fan.), although this year, I did brave a haunted hayride.

And, of course, there's the food.

To get in the Halloween spirit, I've created a simple craft for you all. If you've been following along with my InkTober doodle-a-day project, then you've seen these masquerade mask designs that I worked on this past week.

I've provided these below as free downloads, for yourself or the kids in your life. I suggest printing on cardstock and attaching to a Popsicle stick. Get creative and add some color and embellishment if you want to, as well.

Less than a week till Halloween. So exciting!!! :)



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