DIY Halloween Masquerade Mask Stir Sticks

Of the four pumpkins we grew in our back yard for Halloween, one is a vibrant and perfect shade of pumpkin orange. We’ve been watching our prized pumpkin since it first peeked its curly top up through the big leaves mid-summer and watching it grow each day. We’re eagerly awaiting the remaining three mounds of Halloween fun to turn from their veiny green and yellow shades to the desired pumpkin pie orange so we can carve away. While we wait, we’ve been crafting more of our #15daysofspooky projects {not to worry – we have some gorgeous fall table tops, cocktail recipes and entertaining tips coming your way, too!} and we’re particularly smitten with these Masquerade Mask Stir Sticks. We’re hosting a bash in two weeks and we will be serving these up in our Witch Potion. You could use these in a smaller version as sandwich sticks in a child’s lunch or as hors d’ oeuvre picks. Clever, right?

Halloween Masquerade Mask Drink Sticks | Valley & Co.Halloween Masquerade Mask Drink Sticks | Valley & Co.

Supplies

Martha Stewart Crafts Halloween photo disguises || Long skewers cut in half

Halloween Masquerade Mask Drink Sticks | Valley & Co.

Step 1. peel off one mask and remove the eye. Lay flat with the black side down and place a skewer firmly on one side of the mask.

Halloween Masquerade Mask Drink Sticks | Valley & Co.

Step 2. layer the sticky side of a second mask atop the exposed side of the first. Carefully smooth into place and top with a glittered red eye.

Halloween Masquerade Mask Drink Sticks | Valley & Co. Halloween Masquerade Mask Drink Sticks | Valley & Co. Halloween Masquerade Mask Drink Sticks | Valley & Co. Halloween Masquerade Mask Drink Sticks | Valley & Co. Halloween Masquerade Mask Drink Sticks | Valley & Co.

 

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If you don’t have access to the Martha Stewart Crafts photo disguises we’ve put together a PDF with another Masquerade Masks printable. Just print, cut out the masks and adhere with a glue stick.

Are you enjoying our Halloween projects and #15daysofspooky? We want to see links to your Halloween projects!

 

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