Woodland Deer Felt Mask an Easy No-Sew DIY
When I can combine several of my favorite brands into one project, it's like the best day ever! My Woodland Deer Felt Mask is an Easy No-Sew DIY project that can be made in just about 30 minutes with limited supplies and Free Patterns. Masks created with Kunin Felt are soft and comfortable, plus I get to use Poly-Fil Braided Elastic, my favorite Fabri-Fuse liquid fabric glue, and the best permanent marker the MONO Twin from Tombow. A quadruple WIN!
Easy No-Sew DIY Woodland Deer Felt Mask
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Here's what you need to make a Felt Mask for Playtime:
- Kunin® Classic™ Felt Craft Cuts 9” by 12” Copper Canyon, Cream, Cashmere Tan, Walnut, Light Pink
- Poly-Fil® Braided Elastic from Fairfield World™
- E6000 Fabri-Fuse Liquid Fabric Glue
- MONO Twin Permanent Marker
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
- WOODLAND DEER FELT MASK PATTERNS download below ⇓
Here's how to create a No-Sew Mask for Halloween:
To begin the Woodland Deer Felt Mask, gather all supplies. Download and print out the Pattern Sheet below ⇓ Roughly cut out the paper patterns and group them based according to the color of felt being used. Cut out and trace the deer spots onto Cream Kunin® Classic™ Felt with the MONO Twin permanent marker from Tombow, and then cut out inside the traced lines with scissors.
Secure the deer mask base pattern onto Copper Canyon Kunin® Classic™ Felt with straight pins and then cut out with scissors. Pin the ear patterns onto Light Pink Kunin® Classic™ Felt, the cheek patterns onto Cashmere Tan Kunin® Classic™ Felt, the antler patterns onto Walnut Kunin® Classic™ Felt. Carefully cut out all patterns with scissors.
Cut out the eye holes from the deer mask base pattern, layer onto the copper canyon felt, trace the eye holes with the MONO Twin black marker and cut out with sharp detail scissors. Repeat with the eye holes in the deer cheek patterns with the cashmere tan felt deer eyes, tracing the eye holes with the MONO Twin, then cut out with scissors.
Layer and dry fit all the deer mask pieces together on your work surface. Attach all the pieces to the base with Fabri-Fuse liquid fabric glue. Set aside to dry. Fabri-Fuse is a liquid fabric glue from the makers of E6000 so it has a good grab, a strong hold, and gives the finished project a bit of elasticity, which is imperative when working with fabric of any kind.
Measure and cut a length of Poly-Fil braided elastic that is 12” long. Flip Woodland Deer Felt Mask over and attach elastic to the right and left sides of the mask with Fabri-Fuse. I applied glue between the elastic and felt, as well as, around the edges of the elastic. Set aside to dry. Once dry, I pulled quite hard on the elastic and the hold was strong and secure.
Quick and Easy Woodland Deer Felt Mask
I hope you will use my Woodland Deer Felt Mask project as a jumping-off point to showcase your Kunin Creativity and create something fun with the kiddos. These no-sew masks are perfect for dress-up, photo booth props, or add an easy costume and they are ready for trick-or-treating. Check out my Felt Mask Fox and Raccoon Masks over on the Kunin Felt website to round out this cute trio.
Felt is an easy, versatile, and forgiving medium that allows you to create affordable but trendy projects whether you are a beginner or an expert crafter! And it is perfect for crafting with the kiddos because it is easy to cut and will not fray.
More Fall and Halloween projects with Kunin Felt can be found all over my website, but here are a few I know you will love. Check out my Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Pillow with Kunin Felt (and Poly-Fil). Quick and Easy Monsters, Inc. Halloween Costumes Created from T-shirts and Kunin Felt! Perfect with Free Patterns, my Halloween Owl Pumpkin is a No-Carve DIY.
Too busy to make this Woodland Deer Felt Mask right now? Pin it for later! I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
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18 thoughts on “Woodland Deer Felt Mask an Easy No-Sew DIY”
These are soooooo cute! And perfect for a last-minute Halloween costume!
THANKS A BUNCH, Elise!!
Do you have the links to the posts for the other masks? I’ve looked all over the Kunin Felt website and cannot find them. My grandson and I were going to make all three of them but I only have the deer pattern from this post. Thanks!
I was told they were to be posted last Tuesday, but you are correct they are not there yet. I’ll email you 🙂
What fun masks! These are so cute! 🙂 Visiting from Grace at Home 🙂
Thanks a bunch, Nancy! They are super easy to make too!
These are SO cute! I may use the deer one for our grandson’s costume party.
YAY! Thanks Barbara! I’d love a tag if you post on social media! 🙂
Beth, these are so darn cute!
Thanks Rachelle! They are super easy with my patterns too!
This is just adorable. It’ll be a feature over on Handmade Monday when it goes live later today 🙂
YAY!! Thanks a bunch Julie!!
So cute! I just love these and featuring when my party opens up!
Thanks, Carol! And they really are so easy to make with the patterns!
Such an cute and fun mask Beth… they all are!
Thank you for sharing your woodland felt deer mask at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring it at tonight’s party and pinning too.
Thank you so very much, Kerryanne!
Beth, you were the most clicked at the FWF link party! Jump over tomorrow to take a look.
WOOHOO! Thanks a bunch for letting me know, Rachelle!