Sugar Skull Project
Celebrate All Souls Procession with sugar skull style! These lovely sugar skull mask templates are free to use and a blank space to showcase your creativity. Download a mask, decorate it, share it with us at the Fourth Avenue Merchants Association and wear it to our All Souls Procession Pre-Party on 4th Avenue.
Get creative with your masks! Throw as much glitter, flowers, colors and shapes as you can muster and snap a photo of your creation, or you modeling your mask, and post it to https://www.facebook.com/FourthAvenueMerchantsAssociation.
We will be creating an online museum of submitted masks on our Facebook page and website so the world can see your one-of-a-kind mask.
You can even wear your mask to our pre-party on November 8 at the Mike Haggerty Plaza, 316 N. Fourth Avenue, or during the All Souls Procession. Our memory garden will be returning this year and you can add your mask to honor a loved one and have it added to the urn for the final ceremony. Feel free to write the name of a loved one you would like to pay tribute to you on your mask.
On top of that, the first 24 people to send us a photo of their customized mask will receive a FREE I Heart 4th Ave. T-shirt.
These designs were created by local artist Nicole Liberty.
I grew up in Tucson after my family moved to Arizona in 1978. When I’m not teaching or consulting with small, local businesses, I enjoy making masks and other costume/wearable accessories. I started creating masks as a way to understand how leather can be shaped and molded into accessories and articles of clothing. Then I discovered I liked designing and making the masks for their own sake.
Below are two templates to choose from and instructions.
For more information on the All Souls Procession, visit http://allsoulsprocession.org/.
For more information about Fourth Avenue’s Pre Party and involvement this year visit http://www.fourthavenue.org/all-souls-pre-procession-party-on-4th-ave/.
To download and print masks: Click on sugar skull image that you want. Click on it again to expand. Left click and save as, then print and have fun decorating.