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Crafting with Dudes, Halloween Edition: How to Make a Halloween Mask in Fifteen Minutes

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These masks are the models for this simple Halloween craft you can find on MarthaStewart.com.

1 These masks are the models for this simple Halloween craft you can find on MarthaStewart.com.

Steve and Chris had templates for the masks from our website, plus a variety of facial features to use to make faces.  I Googled

2 Steve and Chris had templates for the masks from our website, plus a variety of facial features to use to make faces. I Googled "eyes," "smile," and so forth and printed them from the web.

We recycled mailing envelopes as cardboard backing for the masks, and used paint stirrer sticks (free at Home Depot!) to mount them.

3 We recycled mailing envelopes as cardboard backing for the masks, and used paint stirrer sticks (free at Home Depot!) to mount them.

Steve kept it simple, while Chris became a happy buckethead.

4 Steve kept it simple, while Chris became a happy buckethead.

Masks or Faces: Which is funnier?  You be the judge!

5 Masks or Faces: Which is funnier? You be the judge!

Today our resident crafty dudes, Living Today engineer Chris Hauselt and "Morning Living" engineer Steve Gonzalez, tackled a Halloween challenge: Could they whip up a mask in 15 minutes or less? With just a few templates from our website, some used cardboard mailing envelopes, scissors, a glue stick, paint stirrer sticks, and some packing tape, the boys were able to craft funny on-the-go Halloween costumes. Try it yourself - full instructions are here- and check out these photos for inspiration (or laughs!).

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