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The A-Z of Face Masks

The A-Z of Face Masks – this is a list of things form A to Z about Face Masks.

The A-Z of Face Masks

The A-Z of Face Masks - this is a list of things form A to Z about Face Masks.

A – Aromatherapy and Face Masks – some people are using scents to help easy the comfort of wearing a face mask. Sometimes to also mask their bad breath.

B – Blogging – People have been blogging about Face Masks. You can find all kinds of topics and discussions about them on blog sites Including SteveZMaskZ.

C – Cotton Fabric – Recommend fabric to use in making handmade face masks.

D – Difference Between Children’s Face Mask and Adult Face Mask – Yes there are differences between Children’s Face Masks and Adult Face Masks!

E – Elastic – An item used on face masks, that goes around your ears.

F – Face – Well these go on our face and must cover both our nose and mouth!

G – Graduation – Graduations were changed because of masks and social distancing.

H – Hospital – Required to enter hospitals.

I – In the Past – There was another time when face masks had to be worn. Learn about that in history of face masks.

J – Jerks – Yes! Jerks have arose, well, made themselves known. Those are the ones arguing and yelling at people who are either wearing face masks or not wearing face masks.

K – Kids – Even all of the kids returning to schools even has to wear face masks at school.

L – Local Fabric Stores – That is one place I got fabric to make these handmade face masks.

M – Mandate – Many cities, counties, states, countries, etc. made mandates to wear face masks.

N – Nose – Yes! Your nose and mouth both need to be covered by a face mask for it to effectively work!

O – Online sales – People have been making and selling face masks online!

P – Parody – A cool face mask parody was done by an elementary school called Mask, Mask Safety!

Q – Quarter Yard – You could make around 2 face masks using only 1/4 of a yard. Depending on your pattern, number of layers, etc.

R – Ruler – A ruler was used to measure fabric and elastic. Even used to fit for face masks too.

S – SteveZ MaskZ – Where you can buy face masks!

T – Thread – Used to sew your handmade face masks. They have to stay together somehow right?

U – USPS Delays – The United States Postal Service has had many delays in shipping, including the shipping of face masks to customers.

V – Virus, a virus called the Coronavirus COVID-19 started all the face masks mandates.

W – World Mask Week – is a new awareness holiday created due to face masks mandates.

X – eXtra face masks storage – We all need something to keep extra face masks in our car, just in case we forget one, we can run back to our car to get it. Check out this idea of using a pencil case! (Yes I did a play on word, using the “X” in Extra.)

Y – eYes – Your eyes have to tell someone if you are smiling or not since we cannot see your mouth due to the face mask. So let your eyes shine! I think eye contact has become something we have lacked. Maybe this is a good way to get that back. (Yes I did a play on word, using the “Y” in Eyes. Way I did it almost looks like eyes.

Z – Zoo Animals – Yes! There face masks out there with Zoo Animals on them.

Be sure to check out this A-Z list of 2020!

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| Easter | Face Masks | Gospel Tracts | Graduation | Graphic Design |
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