Adorable DIY superhero mask. Just another lickity-split project made of Phoomph!











I don’t know about you, but my littles are totally super heroes! I’m back at it again with this wonderful Phoomph stuff, I just can’t get enough! I can finish simple projects without having to pull the sewing machine out. Don’t get me wrong, I love to sew, but it’s nice to know that Phoomph gives you a quick fix for some of the easy stuff. My boys and girls have been hard at work making some awesome variations and crazy color combo masks. I even made one for myself! What are we waiting for? To the instructions! AWAY!


Tape Water-­‐soluble pen Mask template

Get your printable here: super hero mask!

2 contrasting fabrics (enough to cut out the mask outline)1⁄4” to 1⁄2” width ribbon (about 22” for each side)
2 grommets and tool

Step 1: Using a tracing table or a sunlit window, tape the template to the surface and trace the mask outline onto the fabric using a water-­‐soluble pen.

Step 2: Peel the paper backing off one side of the phoomph and adhere the fabric, being careful to avoid any bumps or wrinkles.

Step 3: Repeat step 2 with contrasting fabric for the backside.

Step 4: Carefully cut out the mask. Kids may need assistance cutting out the eyes. Fold and make an initial clip in the center to start.

Step 5: Punch two grommets -­‐ one through each side of the mask -­‐ centered and about 1⁄4” from the edge.

Step 6: Thread your ribbon through the grommets and tie in a tight knot on the back of the mask.

Now you’re ready to fight some crime!

Note: This mask IS reversible! All you have to do is switch which side the ties are knotted on!

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One Response to DIY Super Hero Mask!
  1. This is too adorable! The pattern on the mask is great, it helps give this fierce super chick a sweet feminine look. I love it! Thanks so much for sharing!


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