{Mwhahahaha} We have four frighteningly fun free printable Halloween masks for kids today. These printable masks for Halloween are free pdf files that you can download and print instantly to make a homemade Halloween mask for trick-or-treating or pretend play.

Printable Halloween masks for kids - 4 shown cut out and ready to make on a purple background: skeleton skull, dracula, pumpkin head and frankenstein monster
Let’s download & print these fun Halloween masks for kids!

Printable Halloween Masks for Kids

Halloween is the best time of the year for pretend play, so make sure to snatch up these free printable Halloween masks! Just download the Halloween mask template, print the Halloween masks and cut out the scary Halloween masks. Kids are now ready to play with their own mask for Halloween.

We have four original free printables of Halloween mask ideas for kids. These masks for Halloween are perfect for the days leading up to October 31 or while kids wait for their costume to arrive. Click the orange button below to print…

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Printable Halloween Masks Template Set Includes

1. Printable Skull Halloween Mask

printable Halloween mask for kids - skeleton skull mask template pdf shown
Let’s make a skull Halloween mask!

The first of our Halloween printables is a printable mask for kids is a skeleton skull. Kids will cut out the eye holes, add a string or elastic and wear it above their mouth so that it looks like the skull upper teeth are working when they talk!

2. Printable Dracula Halloween Mask

Printable Halloween masks for kids - Dracula mask pdf shown
Let’s make a Dracula Halloween mask!

Our next printable mask for kids is Dracula. Complete with pointy ears and long teeth, Dracula is enough fright for any Halloween night!

3. Printable Pumpkin Halloween Mask

Printable Halloween masks for kids - pumpkin head mask pdf file shown
Let’s make a pumpkin Halloween mask!

I don’t know whether to call this a pumpkin mask or a pumpkin head mask for kids! You can look like a jack-o-lantern by “carving” out the jack-o-lantern eyes to see through.

4. Printable Frankenstein Mask

Printable Halloween masks for kids - Frankenstein monster mask pdf
Let’s make a Frankenstein mask!

Frankenstein’s monster mask is frightingly green with yellow teeth and bolts in the neck. Kids can look fierce and scary anytime they desire by popping on this printable mask!

Download the Halloween Mask pdf Files Here

The Printable Halloween Masks set includes

  • 1 skeleton skull mask
  • 1 vampire with a mischievous grin
  • 1 evil looking pumpkin
  • 1 Frankenstein monster all powered up and ready to do the monster mash

Supplies Needed to Make Halloween Mask from Printables

Directions for Putting Halloween Mask Together

Two girls are sitting on a couch and each has a Halloween paper mask on their face. The girl looking at the camera is wearing a batgirl mask and she has a huge smile on her face.
Playing with or making your own mask is always great fun!

Step 1

Download & print the free printable mask pattern pdf file.

Step 2

Cut out the mask and the eye holes using scissors.

Step 3

With a hole punch, create holes on either side of the mask next to the eyes. Knot string or elastic bands securely in place and loop around to the other side.

More Free Printable Masks for Kids

If you loved these Halloween masks and want to print out more masks for your kids, check out these mask templates that could work for Halloween too!


How did your printable Halloween masks turn out? Which Halloween mask was your child’s favorite?

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  1. These halloween masks are also good for dress up and pretend play all year long! Thank you for an amazing freebie!

  2. These free halloween masks are so easy. I also don’t feel bad if one gets worn out because I can just print another one!

  3. I’m not able to download any of your printable masks. Nothing happens when I click on the link. Could you send me the links directly? Thank you.

    1. Sorry about that, Jane! I emailed it to you. Can I ask what browser you are using? (Sometimes that can affect whether or not the download works!)