Do you wish you had facial hair, but are unable to grow a successful mustache or beard? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Millions of little kids all over the world suffer from this problem. Fortunately, there’s an answer to your problem, and it’s not, “Wait till you hit puberty.” The solution, my young friends, is right here: Printable Mustache Templates for Kids.
Printable Mustache Templates for Kids
Print one of these mustache templates, cut it out, add some tape on the back, and then stick it right beneath your nose. You’ll look very sophisticated. Adults will begin to respect you. Women several orders of magnitude older than you will flock to your presence. And chances are, no one will probably even know that it’s not a real mustache. And if anyone at a party asks, “Is that a real mustache?” just avert the question by asking, “Do you use a straight razor?” “No,” they’ll reply. Then you say, “I didn’t think so.” Then quickly turn around, and find someone really near-sighted to engage in conversation.
To download one of these mustache templates, right-click on a mustache printable and click “Save Link As…” to save it to your computer. These printables may be used for personal and educational purposes only. Commercial use is prohibited.
The first mustache template is a fancy cowboy mustache, like the kind you see in westerns.
I’m not sure what time period this mustache is from. The 80’s maybe? I think Sonny Bono may have had a mustache like this.
This mustache style may have been worn by Mark Twain. Wear it, and you will look like a walrus.
A small petite mustache, worn by Claude Rains in Casablanca, and by French train conductors.
Another cowboy mustache. This one is based on the mustache worn by Virgil Earp in Tombstone. “I’ll be your Huckleberry.” Actually, that was said by Doc Holliday.
And this last little template is for those of you who want to draw your own mustache! Hint: It goes beneath the nose.
These mustache printables were created by Tim van de Vall and are copyright (c) Dutch Renaissance Press LLC. Free for personal and educational use only. Commercial use is prohibited.