The unofficial “mascot” of Valentine’s Day, in ancient Greek lore, Cupid was the son of the Goddess of Love, Aphrodite. Today, he’s depicted as a sweet-faced winged cherub who shoots his quiver of arrows into the hearts of those looking for love. Legend says that when shot with one of Cupid arrows, two people fall in love.
Print out the cupid color mask to celebrate Valentine’s Day or the cupid black and white to color and decorate yourself! Click the links below to download the masks: