DIY White Face Masks
worked excellent for what we needed.
Purchased for use in prom decorations. There is a new spray paint for plastic. it worked wonderful on these. Everyone was impressed with the centerpieces. Thanks!!
March 8, 2011
We have a halloween party last year.We got the masks and they were a big hit with the kids.They got to paint what they wanted.And it was something could take home.We have a race car team in essex md.Also have a big halloween thing every year just for kids.
February 13, 2011
Just what we need
Just what we needed to do a project. Much cheaper than doing plaster of paris. Easy to decorate. Will get again for other projects.
December 15, 2010
Great for decorating - all ages
We used these masks to create Chinese Opera masks and Samurai masks with origami helmets. We glued scraps of rice paper onto the mask. The mask holds the glue really well and the paper was easy to manipulate once on the mask. We did this activity with kids from 3 years up to 12 years at the same time (in the same class). It kept them all happy and busy for 2 full hours (no complaining!!!) The masks are very thin plastic and at first glance I thought they were really poor quality, however, they withstood manipulation well, and if dented, were able to be punched out. The glue dried after a few hours and the kids were able to take it home that day. You could do so much with these masks - such a versatile foundation for a craft.
July 10, 2009
Great price on blank white face masks!
Painting these with neon black light paint for the carnival wall. Price is terrific per dozen.
Versatile blank masks can be made scary, cute, ghostly faces with cheesecloth...
July 23, 2014
Worked Great - heed cons though
I was looking for DIY masks for my son's cub scout den. I did not want to pay $5 or more each for the masks at our local craft stores. The bear year (third grade) has an elective of making clown masks, which is what I purchased these for.
I bought these after reading the other reviews. They are very thin and I saw the review indicating that sharpies were needed. I picked up a set of colored sharpies and a black sharpie for each boy.
We had two packs and I stored them resting on a ball for support.
They boys had a great time making the masks! They were so creative making the masks. One boy was not in attendance, so I gave a mask and instructions to his mom. Later she told me he liked wearing the plain white mask!
These are thin children's masks and do need sharpies, Knowing this the products are great for projects!
March 28, 2014
A lot for my money
We haven't painted them yet so I can't tell you yet how it worked out, but they should look great on the tables.
February 18, 2014
You get what you pay for,
This was my first purchase from Oriental Trading. I was really hoping to have a better quality product. Though the masks sorta fits and an adult sized head, it is impossible to see out of them. Just another example, you get what you pay for.
October 25, 2013
thet were to small
I bought them hoping we could make our own masks but they were to small. it dose not say they would only fit children
October 16, 2013
These were purchased for an office event, "Fat Tuesday". The company paid for them. We have a pancake breakfast and I wanted to add something a little fun. What could be more fun than decorating your own mardi gras maks? The masks are definitely not for adults, and good luck decorating them. They are way to thin and flexible so what ever you put on comes off when the mask flexes. If you only want to use magic markers you'll be fine. I looked for a DIY mask that was a little more substantial but couldn't find one on this site. Now I have unhappy people on my hands and a very red face. :(
January 31, 2013