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Make Your Own Lion mask from recycled paper, PDF pattern, PDF mask, Printable Mask, Adult mask



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You are buying the templates with simple instructions to make your own LION / TIGER paper mask from cardboard. They are supplied as PDF and available as an instant download.

Just print the templates on US Letter paper or A4, glue them to the cardboard, cut them out , fold the dashed lines, match the numbers and tape the parts together with some tape.

These templates are plain but you can use your imagination to decorate the finished mask however you like.

These designs are Green Minded Wolfs copyright and are intended for your personal use only. Please do not share or distribute in any way. Selling items made from these templates is prohibited.

This mask will fit on anybody's head and can be assembled by anyone.
Will survive the wildest of parties :)


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Green Wolf

Green Wolf

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271 reviews

5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars

Made the lion mask for a class play and it looked great! Tip: we printed the pieces on plain paper, cut those out, and then photocopied onto yellow card stock. We folded opposite of the directions so that the numbers wouldn't show on the outside. This saved us the step of painting the mask yellow! We taped inside and then used modge podge to seal the mask and make it a little bit shiny. It was not a quick process, but it is a beautiful pattern and fun to make!

marisahc Dec 16, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

So cool! I was looking for a symmetrical lion mask to use with a photo booth for my ten year reunion (high school mascot was a lion). I assembled the mask as described and spray painted it gold. Ended up making two of them. They were a hit!

Anne Boyles Jun 28, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

son had a brown paper bag mask project and wanted to be a tiger. Purchased lion pattern and painted the mask to look like a tiger. Will purchase more for the kids. Did learn to use stuff fabric spray to stiffen the card stock. I used mod podge and found it to be flexible. I know now for next time. 😀

Deirdre Griffin Oct 23, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Mask was a hit at a Wizard of Oz work costume contest. Wanted to do something a little more manly than the store bought stuff. The only part of the instructions that confused me was where it said to print at actual size and not to scale. Actual size printing scaled up the printing size to 200 plus pages. It works fine from the 8 pages the PDF file on standard size paper. Everything is taped except for the felt which was glue sprayed. Used a thumb tack to created the perforated holes. Pieces were glued using a glue stick to the dull side of a poster board. No need to trim paper edges to line up the cutout patterns, there will be gaps caused by the page borders.

Robert Valdez Oct 28, 2015

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