Halloween is in just over a month, and crafty people who are on the ball are already planning their costumes. Those who are not on the ball sometimes end up throwing together something at the last minute. I'm not saying you should turn to 1967's Action Masks for Party Fun for eleventh-hour assistance, but I'm not not saying it.
Sure, the styling of these masks is crude, but yours needn't be. Use sturdy cardboard plates, cover them with felt and fabric, and you're already well on your way to making an Action Mask to be proud of. Just give yourself a few days to work on it, instead of, say, starting 90 minutes before party time. Want instructions? Sure:
I'm Debbie Way, an artist and writer who enjoys making things.