Vampirina Mania has taken over our house. My daughter cannot get enough of that adorable little vampire. I have to admit, I like her too. It is such a cute cartoon about a little vampire girl just trying to find her place in the human world with a little help from her human and not-so-human friends. Our new favorite character inspired this vampire girl paper plate mask.
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What you will need:
Paint a paper plate in light blue.
Paint in a vampire hairline with black paint and let the paint dry.
Draw in two black curved lines for eyebrows.
Cut out all the pieces. Use the templates and cut out the parts using the appropriate color construction paper.
Draw two black circles inside of the two purple circles.
Glue them inside of the white semi-circles to form the eyes.
Glue them under your eyebrows and draw in eyelashes.
Add the fang cutout to the inside of the mouth and glue it onto the face where the mouth should be.
Glue the skinny ends of the two bat shapes to the back of the paper plate where pigtails should be.
Let the glue dry and then flip your plate back over.
Cut two skinny strips of pink construction paper and then glue them to the area where the pigtails meet the paper plate.
Use a glue gun to glue a jumbo craft stick to the back of the paper plate as a handle.
Glue the ears on to finish off your mask and don’t forget to draw in her cute little nose.
Give it to your little vampire lover and watch her smile. Look at my vampire loving girl.
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