Printable Halloween Masks

Free Printable Halloween Masks

Are you looking for printable Halloween masks? Whether you are looking for a costume or a craft, you and your little kids will love these black cat; vampire; sugar skull; Frankenstein; and Jack-O-Lantern masks.  

All of them come in 2 different versions: one ready to use, and the other one for your kids to color as they want.

UPDATE: I’ve gotten countless messages from my readers asking me to expand our mask collection. Taking the most popular suggestions in mind, I’ve included 3 additional Halloween mask designs for a witch, a werewolf, and a mummy.

All looking as spooky-cute as the original collection!

Halloween printable masks

But what exactly is included with these printables?

First, we have the print & use masks which are perfect to complete a homemade costume, to give out as favors at a Halloween party, or to hand as treats on this spooky night.

Then, we have the print & color masks that are the perfect activity for a school Halloween party or to play at home with friends. Just give your children colored pencils, markers, crayons, glitter, beads, feathers, or anything else for them to decorate their favorite mask.

This version can also be used as a template to create your own masks in different materials like felt or fabric.

There are eight Halloween mask designs included:

A cat

Black cat printable masks

A vampire

Vampire Printable Masks

Frankenstein

Frankenstein printable masks

Jack-O’-Lantern

Jack-O-Lantern printable masks

A sugar skull

Sugar skull printable masks

A mummy

Mummy Printable Masks

A werewolf

Werewolf Printable Masks

And a witch!

Witch Printable Masks

What do you need

  • Printable masks available at the end of the post
  • Card stock or heavyweight paper
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch or craft knife (to cut holes)
  • String

How to make the masks

Print the masks you like the most. If you went for the print and color version, let your kids decorate them.

Then, make your children cut the masks with scissors and use a 1-inch hole punch to make the eyes and a standard hole punch to create holes at the side flaps.

If you don’t have a hole punch, you can use a craft knife or scissors. But leave this step for adults only as it can be a little tricky.

Finally, tie a string at the holes you made on both sides of the mask.

Download the Halloween Masks

You will get a PDF file with 2 masks per page (Original collection) and 1 mask per page (extra masks).

This file is meant to be printed on US Letter (8.5 x 11 in) but can also be fit an A4 cardstock. Make sure to hit Fit page to print on different sizes.

Don’t miss all the fun and download the Halloween Masks!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE HALLOWEEN MASKS

*Please remember that these printables are for personal use only. You may not sell or distribute the files. If you want to share them, please link to this post and not directly to the PDF files.

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14 thoughts on “Printable Halloween Masks”

      1. Thankyou so much, for this amazing resource. I know some kids that will really enjoy popping a mask on, for a easy costume and some fun, in the Spooky Spirit!

    1. The Printables Fairy

      Thanks, Merideth! I’m so glad to read that you could use these masks in your class. I hope your students liked them 🙂

  1. Isabel Herrera Hagar

    If you are going out, say to a school or church activity and you have to wear the protective face mask, you can paint the bottom half. Like the vampire do a grinning mouth with fangs. Or the black cat do a kitty nose and mouth and whiskers. These look like so much fun I wish I had kids to give them to.

    1. The Printables Fairy

      That is such a great idea, Isabel! This year we will have a different Halloween after all. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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