Masks

 

While in Florida we had a  birthday party for B and my nephew Korbin.  It was a no-brainer when it came to a theme! Superheroes won hands down.  So I set out on Pinterest for some superhero birthday inspiration.  The first blog I stumbled upon was Serving Pink Lemonade.  She has a template for masks.

These masks are super easy to make. You will need:

– Felt sheets

– Elastic (one bundle makes about 15 masks)

– Scissors

Template

elastic mask

 

I cut out the template then pinned the template to the felt sheet. Then I just cut around the template. Easy Peasy.

With my scissors I cut slits on either side.  I measured my son’s head to see how much elastic I would need.  Remember too much can make it loose. You want it to be a little on the tight side because it will stretch.  I then just tied on the elastic in a knot. Done.

superheromask

 

                              Bad guys beware. Super B is here.

superheromasks

 

You can’t be a superhero without some capes.

I had none of my craft/sewing supplies while in Florida. It was amazing these even turned out. I seriously was cutting sideways on the floor while dogs pounced on the fabric. It wasn’t pretty or fun.

I used a silky type fabric. It was the cheapest fabric I could find.  I then hemmed around the edges and added Velcro at the top. I followed closely to this pattern. Her capes are too cute.

Once your capes and masks are made it time for some superhero fun.

superhero

 

He was faster than a speeding bullet.

capes

When your all finished with your capes and masks hang them up on some rope.  It doubles for some cute party decorations.

You can find this post linked up at some of my favorite parties!

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