Thursday, June 21, 2012

Halloween Frankenstein Mask Craft

This little Halloween Frankenstein mask craft is so cute. The original was made from a pre-cut wooden decoration, but you could easily trace and cut this design on cardboard. Decorate with paint and glitter.


  • cardboard(like an old cereal box)
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • big craft stick or tongue depressor
  • craft glue
  • black, green, blue, and/or silver acrylic paint
  • paintbrushes
  • glitter


  1. Cut open an old cereal box. Trace and cut out this simple Frankenstein design. Check your kids eyes and cut holes for your mask.
  2. Draw a line at the top for the hair.
  3. Paint the hair black, the face green, and the electrodes blue or silver. Allow to dry.
  4. Brush on craft glue section by section and cover in the matching color glitter and pour off the excess. Cut a little cardboard triangle for a nose, cover in blue glitter and glue on. Allow everything to dry.
  5. Draw or cut a line for the mouth.
  6. Glue a tongue depressor on the back for a handle. Trick or treat!
  7. You could also use aluminum foil for the electrodes.

Source: Eliza Domestica

1 comment:

  1. This is so cute. "My" boys in OT will love it. Thank you.


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