This SING Inspired Sunglasses Mask Craft is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Universal Studios. The opinions and text are all mine.
Have you watched SING! with your family yet? SING follows the journey of Buster Moon and his attempt to save the theater that has fallen on hard times that he has worked all his life to run. In attempt to save his crumbling theater, Moon creates what he believes is the world’s greatest singing competition. Follow the journey of Moon and his five lead contestants that are trying to reach their dreams and change their lives!
Universal’s SING is on Blu-ray & Digital HD today!
This fun sunglasses craft is sure to be a hit with your kids and you too. Make a pair for everyone in the whole family! Whether you want to dress up as a character from SING or be your own unique rockstar, this easy mask activity for kids will be the perfect way to celebrate the release.
SING Inspired Sunglasses Mask Craft
A pair of inexpensive sunglasses for each person
Pom-poms, sequins, gems, glitter and other embellishments
Print out the sunglasses templates and carefully cut them out. Place them on the foam rectangles and trace the outline on the foam.
Using safety scissors, cut the sunglasses mask from the foam. Have an adult cut out the eye holes.
With white glue, embellish the foam masks pieces to your liking, using care to leave the eyeholes open so they don’t block the vision of anyone wearing them.
Allow glue to dry, and then attach them to your sunglasses (I like to save the “freebie” ones I get from events)
Let the glue dry again, and the get ready rock out and SING!! Maybe sing some karaoke from songs from the movie, or have your own singing contest!
Love your new SING inspired sunglasses? Get more inspiration Dream! Make! Create! site, which includes other dream and musical inspired crafts, such as How to Throw the Ultimate Rock Star Party, 10 Best Musical Apps for Kids, What Kind of Star is Your Child Destined to Be? Quiz, and videos including Microphone Cake Pops and a Costume Storage Crate.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Universal Studios. The opinions and text are all mine.