Is your kid (or you!) obsessed with Kung Fu Panda? Make these no-sew felt masks! Perfect for a King Fu panda party or a trip to the zoo!
Skadoosh! Kung Fu Panda 3 is hitting theaters today! If your kids walk out of the theater sporting all of their ninja moves, I designed these felt masks to help them feel like they are a part of the kung fu magic!
Kung Fu Panda Mask Supplies
- Various colors of craft or wool felt (see each template)
- Ribbon or elastic
- Packing tape
- Pipe cleaner (for Mantis)
- Yarn (for Master Shifu)
- Craft glue
- Kung Fu panda template below
Download the Kung Fu Panda Template
Kung Fu Panda Mask Directions
First cut out the templates on paper. They look like this:
I find the easiest way to cut the templates in the felt is to use packing tape to secure the paper to the felt.
Then use scissors to cut them out. Because the tape never touches the felt below the paper, it doesn’t ruin the felt.
Once you have all the pieces cut out, glue them together based on the diagram on the template. You can use a little white yarn for Shifu’s mustache and a green pipe cleaner bent in half for Mantis’ antennae.
To attach the ribbon or elastic, cut little slits where indicated on the pattern and simply tie a piece long enough to go around your child (or your!) head.
Which one is your favorite? I’m partial to Tigress.
A HUGE thank you to my girl, April from illistyle, for making a mask and getting her adorable daughter to pose for photos for me. One of these days the twins will be big enough to be my models. Until then, I’m grateful for friends!
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