If you love adult coloring but want something slightly more functional, I created these color in masks just for you! I made some more detailed designs for adult coloring but created a few simpler ones too so kids can join in as well. Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links.
With the holiday of Purim right around the corner, masks are a necessity for us!
But why go with boring, old typical masks?
I created these as part of the Multicultural Kid Blogs Purim hop and started with one detailed design and one simpler one. I figured that coloring in masks is a perfect party idea. And since many families will throw parties with various ages represented, why not create masks for both?
Then I got carried away…
These were such fun to draw that I started making more and more.
Since this is a larger package, I decided to still offer the ones I created for this purpose as a free printable as I’d originally intended, and to charge a small fee for the whole package.
These color in masks are perfect for any party or occasion. You can color them in and then use them as a photo prop. While I may have just missed Mardi Gras (there’s always next year) this is a great activity for teen and tween parties, or even if you’re just looking for a change of pace from adult coloring pages.
Color in Masks for adults:
These more detailed designs are perfect for grown ups and teens! I colored them using Staedtler Noris Club markers and paint markers for fun glitzy accents. You get the bottom design in the first to photos above for free!
They each have small, intricate details which you can add to as well, or leave as is.
Color in masks for kids:
These are great for using markers and crayons to color! As you can see, I assembled them using a paper straw and satin ribbon stapled on. You get the bottom pattern in the first photo above free – the top one in the second photo.
While I kept these simple so that younger kids can color them, I also left them interesting enough for big kids.
Free printable color in masks:
You can download the free printable masks here! You get the two designs pictured here – two of my favorites!
One is for adults and one for kids. Both of these feature fun, abstract designs that are quite ready-to-use but you can add to if you’d like. You can see, I filled in the black background on the complex one.
If you’re an adult and only interested in the detailed version, I challenge you to add your own doodles between the lines of the simpler one. and to color it in.
The full package of color in masks for adults and kids:
Ine one package, you get a total of ten new masks to color:
Adult masks – the 5 styles below, plus the blank one of my favorite shape so that you can design your own!
Simple masks – the 4 styles below.
Free masks – if you are buying the package, I’ve included the freebie ones (as you can see in the photos above), so that you do not need to download them separately (and you do not need to subscribe to download, as the free ones are for subscribers only).
Multiple-page masks – In case you are printing for a party, and don’t want to waste too many pages, I’ve also placed them 2-3 on a page (of the same style) so that you can save on paper.
I hope you love these color in masks! I definitely enjoyed coloring them
Once again, you can download your free printable color in masks for adults and kids here!
And follow along with the rest of the Purim blog hop below: