So I was asked to make this luchador mask for a friend working at a teen camp for the teen’s activity this evening. This is the second one I have made and so I am putting it here for all to enjoy and so I don’t lose it again (my first one is on a hard drive in my in-laws’ basement). I hope you will enjoy coloring the mask and then wresting the first person you see. Send me a photo of you in the mask and I will add it to this article.
Instructions: Download the two parts. Cut them out. Glue the top piece (Part 2) to the top of the mask (part 1).
Luchador Coloring Mask Part 1
Luchador Coloring Mask Part 2
We made it to Mexico City this afternoon and hit the sites right out of the airport. We are staying in an old favorite hotel. After we checked in we went downtown to see a few Diego Rivera murals in a government building and then to a luchador wrestling resturant, owned by a former wrestler. It was great. The food kind of sucked by the decore, atmospher, and manger were great. The manajor rattled of the names of all the original luchador masks on display. Afterward we went to China town and then home. Traveling sure is hard and walking around all day can really take it out of you.
I just thought you’d be interested to see a Disney sponsored Luchador. I always thought those 101 dalmatians were dangerous. That many dogs in one town! Let alone one house! There is bound to be an outbreak of canine flu, and I for one don’t want to be around when that happens. Speaking of large packs of rabid wild dogs, we have a pack of at least (I have been tagging and counting them) 80,000 dogs roaming our neighborhood. I passed one of their town meetings last week and was sure I was going to end up puppy chow. I had to part a sea of dogs to get out of the market and to my house. Also Kate was attacked by two of them last week as well. Fortunately no broken skin; unfortunately Kate’s only pair of pants now have a hole.