Kids Week: Paper Plate Christmas MasksDecember 07, 2018 | FILED UNDER: Uncategorized
It’s the final day of Kids Week and we’re wrapping up the week with these silly and sweet paper plate masks of Santa, Mrs. Claus, and Frosty the Snowman! This is another project I did in partnership with Oriental Trading using all their fun craft supplies. I hope you’ve enjoyed all the Christmas craft ideas this week and have lots of inspiration to keep your kids busy over their winter break. See the end of the post for all the ideas in case you missed any!
I love these masks because they remind me of the Christmas program that my sister, cousin, and I would put on for the rest of our family on Christmas Eve when we were kids. We would come up with a script, assign roles, sing songs and mainly just have a ton of fun! These masks would be a fun way to encourage your kids to put on a creative performance this Christmas. All you need are paper plates and a few simple craft supplies.
Doesn’t Hazel make the cutest little snowman?! I made this mask by gluing a small dessert plate to a paper plate, and adding a hat and scarf cut from card stock. A large popsicle stick glued to the back makes a simple handle.
Stella’s… I mean, Santa’s, beard is made out of polyester stuffing (but cotton balls would also work!). I love his red nose and rosy cheeks made from pom-poms. 🙂
Head to Oriental Trading’s Fun365.com for the Christmas mask tutorials and full list of supplies! This post is sponsored by Oriental Trading.
More Kids Week Christmas Ideas!
Check out these other simple Christmas crafts that are perfect for kids. Just click on the thumbnail for the tutorial: