Wednesday, July 08, 2020

Fun little gift for kids -- felt superhero masks

I made two of these masks while on vacation in Nevada last week!  This is an older photo; the ones I just made were from the Iron Man type mask pattern on the left.  I failed to get photos of them, but rest assured they were worn a great deal.

I've apparently never posted about these mask patterns, from Cutesy Crafts, before.  How do I know?  When the Nevada kids asked if I could make masks, I said sure and then set about searching my blogs for the patterns.  No go.  Fortunately, it was not difficult to find them at the site where I'd gotten them originally.

These would make fun stocking stuffers or could be gifted as a little extra with a superhero cape.  In addition, through my experience making a couple of them in Nevada last week, I can attest to the fact that sewing them by hand works great.  That means you could work on them at the beach, beside a lake, at a campsite in the forest, or wherever your summer may take you.

The patterns for the pictured masks and several more can be found here: Felt Superhero Masks; so head on over and get your free templates and instructions!


  1. What fun gifts. Sometimes it's the simplest of things that make children happy and encourage imaginative play. My grands are beyond this stage, but I know a little fellow...

  2. What cute masks! I will check out the patterns!!

  3. A super idea! thanks

  4. Kids love things like this! TFS!


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