Masquerade masks can be worn to Mardi Gras, Halloween or any other costume party. They look glamorous and can be crafted in any color or design of your choice. Inspired by Venetian carnivals, they can be made of fabric, paper mache, paper, leather, lace, etc. and decorated with silver or golden paint, ribbons, rhinestones, colorful glass beads, bird feathers and sequins. Most of the below tutorials come with free templates that help you in designing the masks.
You can make this simple half face mask for a masquerade ball or Halloween. It is decorated with blue and green sequins and feathers on one side.
Lace and hot glue are the main ingredients of this simple masquerade mask. It would be a fun accessory to your Halloween costume.
This simple DIY mask is decorated with curly ribbons, feathers, pipe cleaners, crepe paper sticks, and other materials.
You need to cut lace according to a template in this DIY. The big mask is suitable for any face shape. You can wear it to masquerade-themed college proms.
This male masquerade mask is devoid of showy adornments and looks sleek and smart in black. Guys, you would be the center of attraction of a masquerade party with this on.
The supplies for this simple project are a butterfly base mask, paint colors, sequins and gems in colors and styles of choice and a cloth roll. Kids would love to wear this fancy design.
This huge homemade masquerade mask can be used as a party décor item. You can cut out the pattern from cardboard and deck it up with glitter, metallic spray paint and gems. Just scroll down to the last part of the above-linked article.
If you wear glasses and are to visit a masquerade party, don’t fret about wearing eye masks. You can make a masquerade mask at home that fits over your glasses.
In this project, black cardstock is cut in the shape of a mask. You can also use construction paper in other colors for your craft.
Once you are through this article, you are sure to never run out of ideas when it comes to designing masquerade masks. You can make fancy full or half-face masks for a man, woman or kid with the above tutorials as your guide.
Published on August 12th 2020 by Peyton Derrida