Easy Ribbon Mask Tutorial

I’ve always kind of thought that going to a Masquerade Ball would be amazing prancing around in a gorgeous Cinderella type gown and holding an exotic and mysterious mask in my hand hiding my identity as I hold it up to my face. Doesn’t that sound fun? Maybe I should dress up like a Masquerade Maiden for Halloween…huh, I think I may be onto something! Today, Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts is sharing two awesome Ribbon Masks that are so much fun and perfect for Halloween, plays, dress up and for my dream costume. Haha! Help me welcome this talented lady and her stunning, mysterious masks! Enjoy!

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Hi there! Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts here, and I’m so excited to be sharing another fun project here at The Ribbon Retreat today! I have two super simple masks to share with you – you probably have most of the supplies on hand already, and these masks are a great excuse to stock up on fun Halloween ribbon! I’ll start with the easiest, and then show you the second easiest… these are so fun!

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To make these masks you’ll need:
Scrapbooking or Construction Paper
Halloween Ribbon from The Ribbon Retreat
Hot Glue
Halloween Mask Templates (found HERE)

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Start by printing the mask templates and cutting your mask shape from the paper.

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Cut two lengths of ribbon, each at least 18 inches. Tie one to each side of the mask shape.

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Your mask is done! You can decorate the front of the mask if you like – but in just a few minutes, you’ve created a super simple mask!

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
This second mask is nearly as easy.

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Glue a dowel on the back of the paper mask shape you cut out, to one side.

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Cut several lengths of ribbon, each about a yard long. Cut one piece of ribbon about 10 inches long. Tie the small ribbon around the long lengths of ribbon, slightly off-center.

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Tie this small ribbon into a bow.

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Fold the long ribbons down so that the ends are all facing the same direction, with the bow on top. Add hot glue to the back of the bow.

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Glue the bow in place, and your mask is done!

Easy Ribbon Mask - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Getting dressed up for Halloween can be as simple as adding a mask to clothes you already have in your closet – and as you can see, making a fun Halloween ribbon mask is super simple!

Thank you Carolina for sharing this fun and super simple project with us! I love this fun mask! I can totally see this project being a great Halloween party craft with all of the neighborhood, both young and old. I know the grown-ups will love this great mask just as much as their little kiddos!

Want to see more fun projects by this sweet lady? Make sure to visit her at 30 Minute Crafts! Her blog is so much fun and all of the crafty projects you will find there will take you 30 minutes or less!

Halloween is quickly approaching…are you ready? Check out these other fabulous and festive Halloween crafts that will get you and your house ready for the spookiest holiday of the year!

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What Halloween craft most inspires you?

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