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No-Sew Felt Ladybird Mask

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This felt ladybird mask is easy to make and no sewing is required. Team it with a red dress and some spotty leggings for a great dress-up costume.

Time: 10 minutes plus drying time
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Red felt
Black felt (we used purple instead to match clothes)
PVA glue
Scissors
Thin elastic
Skewer

Method
Cut a mask shape out of red felt. You could use a pair of kids sunglasses to help judge the right size.



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Cut eye holes in the red mask.



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Cut a head shape and some spots from the black or purple felt.



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Glue the cut-out items onto the red mask. I needed to glue the items on, squash them flat, peel them off, then re-glue and re-stick. This created a good bond.



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Leave to dry then make a hole in each side of the mask with the skewer.
Attach the elastic through each hole and tie with a knot.

Your ladybird mask is now ready to wear. Enjoy!

If you liked this, check out the butterfly mask too.



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Categories
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Any age
#Parent craft
#Felt
#Mask
#Dress up
#Fancy dress
#Costume
#Ladybird
#Ladybug
#Imaginative play
#Animals
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