DIY Robot Mask for Kids

I was so excited to find out that Ellison recently released one of Laura Kelly’s new dies – A Robot Mask! This DIY robot mask is a craft that kids of all ages will enjoy. It is quick to make and perfect for any birthday event, celebration, or school craft. This mask is sure to bring out your child’s imagination and have them saying, “I’m a robot.” (insert robotic voice) for hours! Let’s grab our supplies and get started!

– Ellison SuperStar Machine (Item #A10800)
– Sizzix Bigz XL Die – Mask, Robot (Item #A11130)
– Fiskars Scissors
– Eco-fiPlus™ Premiumfelt
– Adhesive (Hot glue or Tacky glue)
– Elastic String or Ribbon
– Brown Paper Bags

I used my Ellison SuperStar Machine to die cut each mask in a variety of colors of Eco-fiPlus™ Premium felt. Provide your students with a variety of felt colors to make each robot mask stand out.

Adhere each piece of felt together using hot glue or Tacky glue. The one thing that I absolutely love about Kunin’s Eco-fiPlus™ Premium felt is that it has a self-adhesive backing. This makes it very easy for my students to peel and stick their creations onto any object or surface. Add elastic string or ribbon to the back of each mask for easy adjustments. The die even die cuts a hole in each mask for easy stringing.

How fun are these paper bag robot costumes to go with the mask? I found out how to cut each brown grocery bag over on Use Washi Tape to add details and gears to make it your own!

These DIY robot masks are perfect for dress up! Your students are for sure going to love this!

Check out that vest! I was really pleased with how these fun robot masks and vests turned out, and I think the kids really like them too.


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Disclosure: As a member of the Laura Kelly Design Team, I received craft products from Sizzix to create this awesome DIY tutorial post. All opinions are those of Male Kindergarten Teacher.

Happy die-cutting,

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4 Comment

  1. Reply
    April 25, 2016 at 11:37 pm

    Wow COOL!! I love this idea and the unique die cut!!

  2. Reply
    Laura Kelly
    April 26, 2016 at 12:01 am

    This is awesome! I love it. It is the first time a project has been shared with this die and it is PERFECT! You are the best. I am so proud to have you on my team.

  3. Reply
    April 26, 2016 at 12:06 am

    So fun!!

  4. Reply
    Hannah Dove
    August 28, 2016 at 9:20 pm

    So fun! 🙂 And a great idea for a craft when teaching "Rr"!

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