Some superheroes need capes, others an amazing suit. Around here everyone needs a mask!! To get ready for the premiere of one of our favorite cartoon shows, we made some cool masks! These masks are an easy craft that POWs! it big time for fun, Teen Titan themed parties and as a cool activity with the kids “Are you ready to get up and get at ‘em team?” Robin; Then you are ready to suit up….or mask up as your favorite minor hero with the DIY Teen Titans Masks!
This sponsored post is in partnership with DC TEEN TITANS GO! TO THE MOVIES. My excitement for the movie and fun times crafting are my own.
DIY Teen Titans Masks!
Don’t be caught with no plans when your family wants to celebrate Teen Titans style because that would be something like: “Many of your Earthly ways are still strange to me, but that was… “just plain freaky”, correct?”-Starfire
How to make Teen Tiran Masks:
- Foam sheets
- green for Beast Boy
- white and pink for Starfire
- black and purple for Raven
- black for Robin
- brown, red, blue and gray for Cyborg
- black for eyebrows
- Scissors / box cutter
- Teen Titans face templates (get mine here)
- Hole puncher
- Place the face template over the foam sheet and cut the outline. Do the same for each of the Teen Titans.
- Use the template to cut out the specific character pieces:
- hair and eyebrows for Bees Boy.
- face accessories and eyebrows for Cyborg.
- hood for Raven.
- hair, eyebrows, and over eyebrows for Starfire.
- Glue the character pieces on the corresponding face outline, leave to dry.
- Once dried, cut the eyes out. Use scissors and the box cutter to perfect as much as you can. Don’t let the little ones use the box cutter.
- Punch out holes at either horizontal end of each mask.
- Measure kids’ heads to determine the length of the ribbon. Half the measurements.
- Thread a piece of ribbon through each hole.
When you are ready to use the mask, tie the ribbon ends in the back of the head and you are done. Before long you will hear “I have to admit, the mask makes me feel cool.”-Raven
Cool mom tip: you can use a glue gun if you want to accelerate the process.
Ready for Teen Titans Go! To the Movies?
“Uh-huh. I’m diggin’, I’m diggin’. Diggin’ like a pro, yo.” Beast Boy
Aren’t these DIY Teen Titans Masks super rad? They make everyone that uses them not only a Teen Titan but also a star!!!….you know like the movie coming out 🙂 The kids we so focussed on making these masks at some point we had total silence!! I was impressed. As you can imagine, next we are going to have a meatball toss competition going on for the masked Teen Titans!!!
Now tell me, which Teen Titans mask will you claim for yourself?
These masks are so cool! They would make for a great birthday party theme, favor or playdate!
These masks look like they are super fun to make! Thanks for sharing this craft. Still need to see Teen Titans!
Amber Myers says
I agree, these are the coolest. My daughter would have fun with these. We’re excited to see the movie.
Explore The 6 says
These masks are so cool. Purple is my favorite color so I would rock that one 🙂
Emma Riley says
Wow! This is so creative and wonderful DIY project. The kids will surely love this as they can cosplay their favorite Titan.
how cute, these are awesome. i like how cool and easy they are. I like that it is a great way to get the kiddos involved. it is so much fun. I feel like my mom did something like this when i was younger.
Tonya Tardiff says
This is the cutest craft! DIYs are always so fun and even more rewarding that you made it yourself! These turned out so cute!
What Corinne Did says
I used to love that cartoon as a kid! Always up on sunday at the right time to see it! those masks are so cute and fun!
Love this! So much fun, my little brother would live this! Thank
These masks are super cool and easy to make. I will try them out for theme parties, Guests will definitely like them. Thank you for sharing
Princess Quinn says
Those are cute masks. Especially Cyborg’s. I am a fan of teenage Titans back in College. I don’t know why they are so appealing to me.
Oh my goodness, my son would love these!!! I’ll definitely have to make these with him and see how he likes them. Thanks for sharing!
Wow, my toddler will love wearing this masks. I pinned it for our next happy activities.
Novel blondes says
These are adorable! Lovve your write up and easy to follow steps for a fun craft!
Shannon Gurnee says
This is such a great idea – especially for something for the kids to do during the summer I think our kids would definitely love to make these!
Super cute idea! Easy and can involve the kids in it.