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These Color Wonder™ masks surround kids' faces, but don't cover them. They're great for first-time mask makers and wearers.
Here's how to make a mask that's fun to make and wear. What animal or character would you like to be? A lion with a fluffy mane? Or Raggedy Ann or Andy with long red hair?
Carefully tear out the middle of a piece of Crayola Color Wonder paper. Make the hole large enough to fit all around your face.
Use Color Wonder markers to draw and color a face, hair, horns, or whatever you want on your mask.
Punch a hole on each side of your mask. Tie yarn into each hole. To put on the mask, ask an adult to secure the ends of the yarn with clear adhesive tape.
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