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New Stripy Horse Masks!

We had a great time at the ‘Word Up Festival’ a few weeks back. A big thank you to all the eagle-eyed monkey counters who came along: you did a marvellous job!

For anyone who missed out on a ticket and the chance to make a mask, you can now create your own at home by clicking the links below and following the instructions.

Stripy Horse Mask

Choose any colour you like for your horse, or why not go spotty?

Monkey Mask

Turn yourself into a cheeky puzzle monkey from ‘Look Out Stripy Horse!’

Monster Tomato Mask

Best of all, become a great big splatty tomato, from ‘Oh No, Monster Tomato!’

We’ll be putting up some more exciting ‘Art and Make’ activities soon, so keep checking back. Happy cutting and colouring!

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Make your Own Stripy Horse Mask

For anyone who couldn’t make it along to the Discover Centre last month,we’ve just uploaded a template and instructions on how to make your own Stripy Horse Masks.

We hope that you’ll have as much fun making your mask as we had on the day – happy colouring and sticking everyone!

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Magnificent Masks

A big thank you to all the magnificent mask makers who came down to the Discover Centre in Stratford on Saturday!

Everyone did a marvellous job – we all had a great sticky, painty, messy afternoon! Thanks too to Kate and Jonathan at Discover for their hard work, help and tea!

Karen and the real Stripy Horse?

And these are surely stripy horse’s dotty little sisters?

If you couldn’t come along, we plan to upload a template and instructions on how to make your own stripy horse mask very soon- keep your eyes peeled!

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Who’s This Stripy Horse?

Here’s Karen as you’ve never seen her before! She’s been hard at work making Stripy Horse masks for our storytelling and art workshop at Stratford’s wonderful Discover story centre in East London – find out more about it here.

This will be our second visit to Discover – we’ll be reading ‘Look Out, Stripy Horse!’ and ‘Hold On Tight, Stripy Horse!’ then helping everyone make their own mask to take home.

Its all happening on Saturday 17th July, and the event is absolutely free – so do come along if you can!

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