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Great project for kids on a winter day: Make a lucha libre mask!



Arely and Diego Refugio Martinez show off the lucha libre masks they made during Art-Maranth Mobile School’s visit to Valley View Library.

PHOTOS: JOSHUA HUSTON

The colorful lucha libre mask is worn by professional wrestlers in Mexico City. To make a máscara with your little luchador, all you need is paper, glue, string and scissors.

(Related: Meet Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys and learn about Art-Maranth Mobile School.)

1. Draw design on construction paper and carefully cut out.

 

Glue smaller piece of mask to bigger piece. 

Decorate mask with markers and sequins, and tape string to both sides. Play!

 

 


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