Make your own bright version of a mask to adorn your wall. Get inspired with ideas from cultures that are famous for their masks---or invent your own style!
Look at examples of masks made in different cultures. Look for shapes and designs that are similar among the mask styles. Choose the styles that appeal to you.
Start your mask on a full piece of Crayola Color Explosion™ paper. Use a color-reveal marker to outline the mask. Cut out the mask with Crayola Scissors.
Draw the basic facial features. You may want to use simple shapes to represent some parts and even leave out others.
Fill in some areas with small designs or close-together lines. The decorating is up to your very own style!
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