DIY Batman Mask

By Vanessa on September 13, 11

Last February, I threw a Batman inspired party for my son’s 4th birthday and I had a ton of people ask me about the homemade masks.  Since Halloween is coming up, I thought this would be a great time to share a quick tutorial on how you and your little ones could make these masks yourself!

What You’ll Need:

  • Foam Sheets in your desired color
  • Roll of elastic
  • Scissors
  • Pen
  • Free Printable Batman Mask Template


  1. Download the Free Printable Batmask Template PDF here
  2. Print template (cardstock paper preferable) & cut out the design
  3. Place template over the foam sheet and trace out the design with a pen
  4. Cut out the design
  5. Poke a small hole at each temple with a pen
  6. String a piece of elastic through the holes and tie to secure.  Double know for extra security!

P.S. I totally heart Link-Up Parties

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