Easy DIY Baymax Mask! #BigHero6Release
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Is anyone else as excited as I am for the Big Hero 6 movie release?? My boys loved this movie when we saw it in the theater and can’t wait to have their own copy on Tuesday, February 24! I know I’ll be at Walmart bright and early to snag a DVD for us. If you can’t make it to Walmart like me, you can head over to Walmart.com to order one for yourself, a friend, family member or gift to keep on hand.(Don’t forget to have a peek at all the Big Hero 6 items while you’re browsing online! I found some goodies I know my boys will love!)
And check this out! Your purchase of the Big Hero 6 Blu-Ray/DVD + Gift With Purchase Set includes a digital movie on Vudu while supplies last! Simply scan your receipt using the Savings Catcher in the Walmart app. Then look for a message on your phone or email. Now you can watch Big Hero 6 on any device!
While we are waiting for the big release day, I decided to whip up a little craft activity for my boys to do. All we needed was some white paper plates, construction paper and jumbo craft sticks(which I all found at Walmart). First, we made Baymax masks!
To make the thin strip between the eyes, I cut a piece of black construction paper about 1/4 inch thick, then cut that in half to make 2 pieces.
For the eyes, I cut a strip of the black construction paper about 2 inches thick and folded it in half, then in half again so I had 4 squares. While it was folded, I cut a circle shape out to make 4 circles.
Glue the thin black strip onto the front of the white paper plate in the center. Next, glue a black circle over each end of the black strip. Finish off the mask by gluing a jumbo craft stick to the back of the plate. Once it’s dried, the kids will have so much fun pretending to be Baymax!!
Since we had so much fun making the Baymax masks, we decided to make our own super hero masks. We cut a bunch of different colored shapes out and glued them to the paper plate. My 9 year old named his hero “Crazy Boy” and my 4 year old is “Chase-max”!