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Creepy, Kooky, Spooky… Meet the #Stellaween gang.

#Stellaween returns with a host of new spooky characters. Meet the ghoulish gang, including Bonsey the skateboarding skeleton, Marty Melterson with his slimy superpowers and Dusty Wolf, the tuxedo donning werewolf.


We have turned some of our favourite creepy critters into spine-chilling Stellaween masks. Follow the instructions below and help your Stella Kids become part of the ghoulish gang. Remember to take care with scissors and other sharp objects, especially where little hands are helping!

Tools: scissors, paper, cardboard, glue, tape, whole punch, string/elastic band, adult supervision.

Print out

Print out any of our spooky monster masks on A4 or letter size card. If you print on regular paper it’s a good idea to glue the mask onto cardboard to make it stronger.


Cut out

Help Stella Kids to cut the mask out using the red dotted lines as a guide.


String out

Next you’ll need to attach string to the mask.

First, find the pair of small circles either side of the mask and reinforce by sticking scotch tape down and folding towards the back of the mask. Now you can punch holes through the marked circles and tie elastic string through each one.


Try out

It’s time to get spooky! Help Stella Kids to put on the mask and adjust the string to fit if necessary.

Download Puss Puss or Pumpkin Head >

Download Bonesy or Marty Melterson >


 Illustrations by Stevie Gee at Blink Art

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