Are you more of a Greg or a Rowley? Take your pick then DIY your Wimpy Kid costume with these printable masks.
You will need:
- A Greg or Rowley mask (download below)
- A pair of scissors
- A piece of elastic or string
- Optional: a white t-shirt, black shorts, white socks, black shoes and backpack for Greg, or a bright t-shirt for Rowley
How to make it:
1) Print out your chosen mask on A4 paper
2) Carefully cut out the mask and eyeholes
3) Cut out the holes for the string and thread through the back of the mask
4) Tie a knot at each side and your mask is ready to use!
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