Glow-in-the-Dark Lantern Face Mask

$5.99

Glow-in-the-Dark Lantern Face Mask – a cute face mask with glowing lanterns on it. #Lanterns #glowinthedark

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Glow-in-the-Dark Lantern Face Mask – a cute face mask with glowing lanterns on it. #Lanterns #glowinthedark

Glow-in-the-Dark Lantern Face Mask

Lanterns that glow are on this face mask! Yes! It glows in the dark! I got this fabric from a local fabric store!

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Notes About Each Face Mask

Here are some notes to know about each face mask made.

  • Fabric: Handmade using 100% Cotton
  • Size: Adult Size (Fit Bigger Than Most) I use a 10 Inch x 8 Inch piece of cotton fabric, Which is then pleated down due to sewing to making the face mask.
  • Style: Pleated
  • Filter Pocket: Yes! There is a small slit in the back. That is where you could use to insert some time of the filter.
  • Closure: Either black or white elastic, usually 7-8 inches on each side, which is also tucked inside at the seam.
  • Layers: There are two layers, the front design layer and then a solid color layer in the back. (Back color will vary, will match the fabric)
  • Pattern Location: Pattern location will vary with each mask made. In some cases, the design may be tossed (right-side up, upside down, sideways, slantways, etc. all in the design).
  • Washable: Recommended to hand wash.
  • Sorry! No hats shown are included with the purchase. Just shown to pop the face mask.

In most cases, I can use the fabric from this design to make the other things that I sell and sew here on Steve Sews.

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Additional information

Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 6 × 1 × 9 in