So a few weeks ago I made up some skeleton art masks in time for the Yart Sale at my friend’s house. I made ten of them, to be exact. I have three left.
They’re made from cotton and inkjet-printable fabric. I sew plastic-coated copper wire in the top seam so you can adjust the fit around your nose. You can wash them in cold water without detergent, line dry, and use a hot iron (no steam) to touch them up. Each one takes about a half hour to an hour to do. I’ve had a request to make the kind that you can put a reusable filter in, so the next batch will have pockets in the back.
Let me know if you’d like something different in the way of skeleton art on these. Any of my art work (including landscapes) could make an eye-catching art mask!
Right now these three are in my shop but I’ll have a bunch of them at the Holiday Artsie Craftsie Show coming up October 3 & 4, 2020. To get reminders about this and other events, sign up for my newsletter in the menu.