DIY Easy Kids Masks
The bird beak mask and the face armour mask are the easiest maks to make. The dragon mask is a little more detailed, but not hard. Each mask is started by stitching the face pieces together and then adding the “extra stuff”.
After adding nostrils and some decorative stitching, this dragon mask looks so cool! You can also add sequins, buttons, and/or decorate with fabric markers/paint.
There are more pictures on my blog of the bird beak mask being made, but it's pretty easy. All these masks are made by lining up the straight edges and stitching together. You can also glue the pieces together if you prefer that over stitching.
This face armour mask has to be one of my favorites. Totally love it!
CDC Disclaimer: The cloth face coverings recommended here are not surgical masks or respirators. Currently, those are critical supplies that should be reserved for healthcare workers and other first responders. Cloth face coverings are not personal protective equipment (PPE). They are not appropriate substitutes for PPE such as respirators (like N95 respirators) or medical facemasks (like surgical masks) in workplaces where respirators or facemasks are recommended or required to protect the wearer.
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These are really cute! Thank you for the ideas!
Fantastic, anything that will keep kids wearing a mask is great. Well done.