It’s that time of year again! Halloween time but also another spooky season during a pandemic. A DIY jack o lantern pumpkin face mask is so easy to make and perfect for pandemic style. This design is also great for kids to wear to the school Halloween party.
Easy DIY Jack O Lantern Pumpkin Face Mask
Another Halloween during a pandemic. Sigh. I was really hoping that this year would be different that last. And yet here we are. Again. I’m not sure if Halloween time will ever go back to the way it was before. Especially when it comes to school.
Our kids aren’t really having a school Halloween party this year. Pretty much the same as last year. They are having a little afternoon of fun fall themed activities, but there won’t be any dressing up in costumes. Not wearing costumes (or changing into costumes) is just one of many things altered by this new pandemic life. Why take time away from the classroom to change into costumes?
I honestly doubt schools will ever go back to the way things were before for Halloween time. It’s sad to think that our youngest will never get to experience this part of elementary school. Gone are the days of the school Halloween party. At least in our particular school district.
Don’t miss out on any of the other Halloween ideas and free SVG files on the Seeing Dandy Blog!
How To Make A Pumpkin Face Mask
Order some orange face masks (or other Halloween face masks) HERE.
It’s so easy to quickly make a jack o lantern face mask with this free SVG file. Simply use a craft cutter to cut the design out on either heat press vinyl, Cricut infusible ink or on scrap vinyl to then create a sticker stencil.
- For the stencil method you can use craft paint to just color the mask in between the vinyl .
Get the free SVG file HERE.
You can do a lot with this free Halloween pumpkin SVG file. Cut it out on glitter for a fun and festive look. Or you can use regular vinyl to create a stencil that you can then paint in between the lines.
I recommend cupping the mask around the piece of vinyl that you cut out. This way you can get it to adhere securely to the face mask.
Or use Cricut infusible ink for cutting out the jack 0 lantern design.
Either the glitter vinyl or infusible ink will work by using a heat press to affix to the orange face masks.
I love my Cricut EasyPress heat press! Easy to use and works so quickly.
I will say that the Cricut infusible ink doesn’t work as well on the orange face masks. It’s hard to get it the exact spot and then to heat press it into place.
Perfect for the school Halloween party!
Just like Hocus Pocus!
I do love how the glitter design turned out and my girl loves it, too!
I hope you enjoy this Halloween SVG file and all the fun items that you can make with it.
Check out the other Halloween ideas on the blog HERE.