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 in March...
I thought it might help kids talk about what's going on.
Who knew we'd all be wearing them in a couple weeks!
What I did:
Cut a piece of 2 ply napkin 5" long by 1" wide.
Accordion fold it back and forth in approximately 1/8" wide folds.
Gently separate the center to create the mask.
Wrap around doll's head and secure the back closed with tape.

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


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