T-Rex, Dragon and Unicorn Mask Pattern Set
T-Rex, Dragon and Unicorn Mask Pattern Set

Dragon, Unicorn and T-Rex Mask Patterns

Printable PDF Templates for Paper Mache Masks


T-Rex, Dragon and Unicorn Mask Pattern Set

Make all three of these unique masks for everyone in your family (or you and your best friends). Then you can all proudly tell everyone at your next party that you made them yourself!

Just download the patterns, find some cereal box cardboard, and get started right away.

How to use these downloadable (PDF) patterns:

Print the pattern pieces, attach them to cardboard, and cut them out.

Print the pattern pieces, attach them to cardboard, and cut them out.

Taping the dragon mask together

Tape the pieces together.

Add paper strips and paste.

Add paper strips and paste, or a layer of paper mache clay – check the ‘recipes’ tab above.

Paint your dragon with your favorite colors

Bring your new masks to life with paint – and your own imagination.

Three mask patterns are included in this set:

t-rex mask pattern
Unicorn mask pattern
Dragon mask pattern

To see videos that show you how to make each mask, or to purchase the patterns separately, just click on the images, or use these links:

Do you think dragons should be blue, or T-Rex should be green?

Maybe you have a great idea about how to make a special mane or horn for your unicorn. These patterns create the shapes for you, but after you add the paper mache you can make them any color and add any details you like to make them look exactly the way you want them to.

These downloadable patterns are designed for adults (thirteen or older) to make. But kids have a lot of fun helping their parents or grandparents make these masks. (The older folks have fun, too. 🙂 )

You can paint your dragon, unicorn or T-Rex in your own favorite colors.

My downloadable PDF Patterns come with full instructions.

There’s no waiting for your pattern to arrive, and no shipping costs, so you can start on your project right away.

Note: If you’ll be saving your pattern to and iPhone or iPad, those devices like to hide your downloaded files. You can scroll down this page to see how to find them.

And remember – if you have any problems downloading your files or putting your pattern together, just let me know. I’m always happy to help.  🙂


T-Rex, Dragon and Unicorn Mask Pattern Set
T-Rex, Dragon and Unicorn Mask Pattern Set
Jonni Good

Do you have a question or need help with your patterns?

If you have a question about putting your mask patterns together, leave a comment below or on the Daily Sculptors page. I read all comments and answer them as soon as I can, usually within a few hours. Some of my readers might ideas for you, too — we have a very supportive community on this site.

Or send an email, if you prefer. That works, too. 🙂

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3 thoughts on “T-Rex, Dragon and Unicorn Mask Pattern Set”

  1. Hi, I am currently working on a charizard papercraft mask for my daughters Halloween costume. I want it to be smooth looking and not show up any sharp edges from paper folds(more realistic to a pokemon) which type of paper mache would you recommend? Would clay paper mache be too heavy? How would I seal it to protect it from the rain(I live in Ireland). Hoping to get a reply. I have watched you on YouTube for years.

    • Hi Lauren. You might want to use some crumpled foil to fill out some of the flat areas of your papercraft pattern first. You can use hot glue to attach the foil. Then use the edge of a table knife handle or a pen to burnish the foil to make it smooth before covering it with masking tape. The paper mache clay can get a little heavy, especially for a mask for younger kids. You might want to use the cooked flour and water paste and some torn paper strips, instead, and just use the paper mache clay if you want some details, like teeth. Lately I’ve been using a product called Rustoleum Matte Clear Enamel to seal my paper mache, but I don’t know if it’s sold in Ireland. If you have a hardware or DIY store nearby, you should be able to find a clear spray that will work – almost anything made for outside projects will protect the mask for a few hours. If it gets a little soft in the rain, bring it back inside and let it dry out, and it will usually be fine. Have fun! 🙂


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