Print and trace mask designs onto colorful foam sheets to create soft face-shaped versions to make your masks to life with stories and song or use the masks as wall hanging decorations for parties and holiday celebrations.
These masks represent common aspects of nature such as snowflakes, flowers and plants as well as some living creatures (most of which are in the creatures category).
Children can exceed the far reaches of their imaginations when creating their own fables, fantasies, stories and scenes and decorating each mask accordingly. Children can make their masks come to life with characterization and sounds provided through team building exercises and other team-player skill building activities.
Decorate your masks with Color Book Masks' cut and paste shapes, paper, beads, fabric, glue, paint, glitter, ribbon, yarn, tape, cotton balls, feathers.
Use the left over trimmings of foam pieces to cut and paste designs and shapes onto the mask. Save mask designs to your PC and color then print as magnets or iron-on transfer and laminated decorations.