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Mask #1

Mask #1

Print Me!

Print mask #1 in PDF.

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Mask #1 Print Me!

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Mask #2
Mask #2 Print Me! Print Mask #2 in PDF
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Mask #3
Mask #3 Print Me! Print Mask #3 in PDF
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The instructions for this are printed right on the page. Basically, you just cut it out and assemble, but first, your little one can have a lot of fun coloring it in.

Cut on the solid lines.

This is a fun creative exercise because you can use absolutely anything to decorate with. Try macaroni, rice, cereal, torn or cut up pieces of colored paper -- anything that's not the usual sequins and feathers, although sequins and feathers are a lot of fun, too.

You'll be amazed at what your child thinks of to use.

-Elizabeth Bushey | ebushey@inklesstales.com

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