Art and Craft

Make Your Own Face Mask

Face masks have become an item that is second nature to every person on this planet. It will most probably be part of our everyday lives for still some time to come.

There are so many options on the market right now, and you might not know where to buy one or which one to make. The team at 10MillionMasks has a significant step-by-step tutorial and pattern that is very easy to follow. Season 3 Kunvlyt winner, Melissa Vorster, tried it out and the mask came out fantastic. Head over to their page for the free tutorial and show some support for their amazing initiative.

She teamed up with Brother to make a personalised mask. Brother has a fantastic product available that is perfect for labelling your belongings. In these times where every person is wearing a face mask, there is a big need to ensure that masks do not get lost or switched.

Whether you want to label your face masks so that each family member know whose is whose, make sure the kids don’t lose it at school, or label your staff’s masks (because it’s so much more fun than a normal name badge), this is the best way to do it!

It is as easy as one, two, three!

  1. Insert the iron-on label cartridge in your Brother printer.
  2. Print your label.
  3. Iron it onto your material item.

And why stop here. Now can you label the whole family’s clothes and all their lose items (no more gloves getting lost) leaving it looking so professional!


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