Thursday, April 9, 2020

My Face Mask, Barbie's Face Mask and No-Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Strawberries

If you're a true sports fan... You find ways to show your colors even in the worst of times! While I am certainly not making light of the current world medical situation, I gave myself a little smile by making a mask with my Philadelphia Eagles fabric. My tip: I know I have elastic around here somewhere, I'm sure I'll find it in August... But in the mean time, I used that pretty stretchy elastic that comes wrapped around candy at the holidays. Yep, sometimes you just have to make due:@) I ~very loosely~ followed the Joann Fabric Tutorial HERE.

I actually put this post for a Barbie/Ken Face Mask from Paper Napkin together back on March 20th...
I thought it might help kids talk about what's going on.
Who knew we'd all be wearing them in a couple weeks!

And I'll end with something pretty, positive and down right yummy...

Well folks, even though this will be an Easter unlike any we've ever seen,
I wish you all a safe and peaceful holiday.
Please take care:@)


  1. Love your Eagles mask, Lynn, and Ken’s, too. Of course, I would never turn down a chocolate cream filled strawberry.
    I made 40 masks yesterday for nurses that wear them over their N 95 masks, and I did the pleated masks. You take care, too.

  2. You made such cute face masks and the strawberries look so good. Have a happy easter Lynn.

  3. Oh, I love your mask! Maybe Bill would wear one at the grocery store if he had a Packers' version! Wishing you a wonderful Easter, Lynn!!

  4. great mask adn yummy strawberries. Have a great weekend and stay safe

  5. Lovely to see you here. I am enjoying all your shares. Have a wonderful weekend and stay safe and healthy. Happy Easter to you and yours!

  6. Great mask! I could sure use a chocolate cheesecake strawberry right now! Happy Easter Lynn 🐥


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