Bejeweled Superhero Mask

Bejeweled Superhero Mask

Who says all superheroes have to look the same? Have your kid use their creativity and create a Bejeweled Superhero Mask for a brand new superhero. Use yarn, gems and other embellishments to create a one-of-a-kind accessory that's perfect for playtime.


 

Materials:

  • Felt in a light and dark color or paper plate and markers/crayons
  • Aleene’s No Sew Glue or Aleene’s Original Tacky Glue
  • Scissors
  • Glitter
  • Black eyelash yarn or colored paper
  • Glittery foam or paper plate for the crown and chest emblem
  • Gems or whatever your super hero wants to decorate with
  • Long sleeve shirt
  • Letters for the chest emblem – foam, paper. felt. wrapping paper, etc.
  • Headband or ribbon
  • Clothespins
  • Gator clip

Instructions:

  1. Use regular paper to measure the mask for the eye holes before cutting on your material.
     
  2. Glue the mask to the bottom of your crown and decorate with gems or glitter.  Cut pieces of eyelash yarn or paper to fit under the upper eye hole.  Glue in place.  If you use paper, it’s a good idea to cut the lash slits before gluing on.
     
  3. Whether you are using material or paper, glue a piece of material to the inside of the headband. Cover the outside of the  headband and material with glue and wrap the mask and crown around it.  Make sure it’s not too close to the eye holes.  Use clothespins to hold it together as it dries.  If you don’t want to use a headband – make holes on the outer points of the mask and use ribbons for ties.
     
  4. Make your chest emblem any shape you want and glue on letters, or a logo or anything at all  Glue the gator pin on the back, reenforce with material.  I used felt on the back with a slit so that I could slip the clip through.

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