dress up masks

Do you dress up for Halloween? I have never been big into the holiday, but with the kids dressing up now it is so much more fun. The twins are going as Ragedy Anne and Andy this year! If you are looking for just a little something to wear, masks are an easy way to subtly dress it up. I noticed this one that Josie used for a shoot and was reminded how beautiful an ornate mask can be.

The maker of the gorgeous mask, Cutture stationary offered to create a festive downloadable mask just for you to use! If you’d like you can download the mask above by clicking here.

Print the mask out, cut around the edges, and glue it to a wooden stick for a perfectly subtle costume. Add glitter to the edges and wear it with a cocktail dress for a festive party, or keep the template plain and be ready for door to door candy gathering (our plan for the evening!). Beautiful and a little spooky, the best kind of Halloween costume.

Top photo by Sarah Gawler, styled by Savoir Weddings. Special thanks to Cutture for providing the mask.

PS. If you are looking for kids costume ideas, try my paper bunny and fox masks.



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11 Responses to “dress up masks”

  1. Lena says:

    What beautiful masks-I’ll need to find something suitable for my flamingo costume!

  2. Ahh so fancy. Remind me of Ever After and makes me want to go to a masquerade ball!

  3. Stephie says:

    Just beautiful Victoria. I just love that photo. We don’t really celebrate Halloween but it is getting more popular here in Australia. I am going to a Halloween party myself this year – the mask would be perfect. Thanks for sharing, Stephie x

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  5. We love dress-up at our house, even if it isn’t for Halloween! I can see this mask entering many princess-related days.

  6. Mana says:

    Beautiful and attractive.

  7. bianca says:

    I LOVE masquerade parties! The last one I threw was back in 2009…it was for New Years and we had a blast. I loved seeing all the different masks…maybe I should throw one this year just so I have an excuse to use this one!

  8. Josie says:

    Thanks for linking to the shoot and so glad you got a downloadable one from Cutture! :)

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