Adorable Felt Superhero Masks

I can’t wait for you to see Emily’s Felt Superhero Masks! They’re perfect for Spooktastic September. Happy crafting! Take it away, Emily!

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Hi all! I’m Emily from Nap-Time Creations. Heidi and I share a love of felt, so today that’s what I’m crafting with!

My boys always have a million ideas of what they want to be for Halloween. They can’t make up their mind, so at the last minute I always end up just making something easy. So… if you are looking for an easy dress up or Halloween costume, these easy felt superhero masks are for you! Iron Man, Batman, and the Hulk could be running around your house by this afternoon.

These felt superhero masks would be so fun for dress up or Halloween! {Nap-time Creations via OneCreativeMommy.com} DIY Halloween Costumes for Kids

I found the mask template here for free download. I didn’t create this, but it’s free for anyone to download.

The printable has TONS of masks for you to choose from, and these are only three of MANY. You will need to enlarge each one, though. You can do this by using a copier or printer to enlarge, OR I just like to zoom in on my screen and trace…. Like this:

How to make Felt Superhero Masks {Nap-time Creations on OneCreativeMommy.com}

Brighten your screen and use tracing paper to create a template.

How to make Felt Superhero Masks {Nap-time Creations on OneCreativeMommy.com}

For a single color mask, cut two layers of the color. Sew around the outside and around the eye holes to create the mask. Sew ribbon on the sides to tie on.

How to make Felt Superhero Masks {Nap-time Creations on OneCreativeMommy.com}

If your mask is multi-colored, cut a FULL mask out of the main color.

How to make Felt Superhero Masks {Nap-time Creations on OneCreativeMommy.com}

Then, cut out the part of the pattern for each additional color and sew it on top of the main back.

How to make Felt Superhero Masks {Nap-time Creations on OneCreativeMommy.com}

Here are all the pieces, pin and sew together.

How to make Felt Superhero Masks {Nap-time Creations on OneCreativeMommy.com}

Add ribbon on the sides to create a tie. Then sew around each felt piece OR use hot glue to hold it all together.

How to make Felt Superhero Masks {Nap-time Creations on OneCreativeMommy.com}

The hulk has a full green back, with black cut outs on top.

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And there you go! Easy Felt Superhero Masks… Make a bunch and let your kids choose. Great for dress up and Halloween costumes.

These felt superhero masks would be so fun for dress up or Halloween! {Nap-time Creations via OneCreativeMommy.com} DIY Halloween Costumes for Kids

Here are a few other easy costumes I’ve done in the past.

Football Player

DIY Football Player Costume from Nap-time Creations

Superhero Pjs

Adorable Superhero Pajamas from Nap-time Creations

Thanks for stopping by today! You’ll find more Halloween inspiration here.

emily-signature and Heidi

Comments

  1. thanks for having me!! What a fun series!!
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  2. What a fun idea! My boys would love these and they’re easy enough to make I could make some for their friends too! Thanks for the great tutorial Emily!!
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  3. These are so much fun! Not difficult at all to make, and my kids would love them.
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  4. Zooming in on the screen to enlarge the pattern is brilliant! Why didn’t I think of that? For Christmas I am creating a dress-up box for my sons with super hero capes, masks, and other costumes so this tutorial is perfect!
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  5. These look simple and doable. I might give them a shot. My three-year-old is just getting into dress-up. He’d love a variety of super-hero options.

  6. My kids are mostly grown, but I still have one who would love this…at least in secret. Thanks for the cute idea!
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  7. my kids need you as a mom! :) They would love these! I might just have to find the time to make them!

  8. I have two little boys who would LOVE these. Thank you! I adore working with felt, too, so I think this project may be happening in the very near future.

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