Felt Owl Mask Free Pattern

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So not too long ago I made a sweet little raccoon mask over at Mom Spark. I knew that I wanted to make some sort of a sweet little woodland creature but I didn’t know exactly which one. I drew up a whole mess of ideas before I headed to the craft store, but then I made a raccoon. Because of a video I saw on You Tube. Ugh. I am so impressionable.

So the other day I was getting all of my sketches together to file away and I thought, this is plain ridiculous. These masks are fun and simple and who cares there isn’t enough time to make one for Halloween? If anything I know that kids LOVE to dress up all of the time, anytime and I’m totally down for that.

For instance… I was the kind of aunt who totally let her nephews wear anything anywhere. Yes, I took them to eat breakfast at Whataburger one dressed as Spider-man and the other dressed as a color-blind kid who prefers his clothes on backwards. Seriously.

That year for Christmas I bought a luggage trunk from Target and filled it up with clearance finds in the Halloween section. Those kids got to dress up as just about anybody they could think of. From a gladiator, to Batman or Robin that trunk was full of everything. And now that I remember, I hated the bright blue it was and instead sprayed it black with a bright yellow Batman symbol on top. Ah the crafty pre-blogging days…

At any rate this super sweet felt owl mask is super easy and super cheap. I already had everything I needed on hand, even but if you don’t the supplies won’t set you back more than a few bucks and you’ll have tons left over for later!

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So go ahead and click on the image above to download your free owl mask PDF pattern. This is sized to fit a CHILD so enlarge if this is for an adult or a kid with an exceptionally large noggin (they’re out there).

If you need some help rocking this pattern into a full on mask, head on over to Mom Spark and check out the full tutorial (that was featured on the DMC blog, y’all!) to turn the bits and pieces into a gorgeously handmade mask!

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  1. Raji Viswanath says

    This mask is great! The narrator of our play (grade 3) is an owl and I was looking for a mask pattern. I don’t get some of the stuff here,(Calicut,India) but I sure can adapt! Thanks a million!! :)

    • says

      That is so awesome that the pattern is so handy. I envisioned it just for play time, but it’s super neat that the project can be used for a very specific purpose! Best of luck with making your little narrator’s mask!

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