Face Mask

The Face Mask Super Hero Cape

The Face Mask Super Hero Cape

The Face Mask Super Hero Cape

Van here! My adventure continues … now that I’ve rested up from a nap in my Face Mask Hammock, now I can be a Super Hero as the face mask can turn into a Face Mask Super Hero Cape.

The Face Mask Super Hero Cape - Van here! My adventure continues ... now that I’ve rested up from a nap in my Face Mask Hammock, now I can be a Super Hero as the face mask can turn into a Face Mask Super Hero Cape.

Almost every super hero wears a cape! Here I am protecting people with mine! I go flying around flying like other super heroes do on tv. I only have one issue. I’ll get to that later.

The face mask shown is the Where’s Waldo Face Mask.

I just kept flying and flying fighting off the germs in the air. I flew here and I flew there. Yes, even to the air you are breathing now. Let me tell you those germs in the air are hard to fight. They are tough little critters to get rid of.

Even with me as a Super Hero there is only ONE ULTIMATE SUPER HERO!

Okay! My only issue is with landing. In order to land from flying, I have to use the face mask in another way …

To Be Continued!

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    Stitching Easter Delight with Sewing – As the vibrant hues of spring begin to blossom, the air is filled with the sweet anticipation of Easter. This year, why not infuse your celebration with a touch of handmade charm? Embrace the art of sewing to create delightful Easter crafts that will not only adorn your home but also warm your heart.
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    Leap into Sewing on Leap Day: A Stitch in Time Every Four Years – Leap Day, that elusive 29th of February that graces our calendars once every four years, offers a unique opportunity to embark on new adventures. This Leap Day, consider delving into the world of sewing – a timeless craft that allows you to express your creativity and create functional, beautiful pieces. In this blog post, we’ll explore why Leap Day is an ideal occasion to learn to sew or refine your existing skills.
  • Quilting Bee in LaFollette, TN
    Quilting Bee in LaFollette, TN – #quiltingbee Join Postmark LaFollette Arts Culture & History Center on March 20, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. for their Quilting Bee.
  • Porcupine quills used in Embroidery and Sewing
    Porcupine quills used in Embroidery and Sewing — Creativity knows no bounds, from delicate lacework to intricate embroidery, artisans have always sought out unique materials to bring their creations to life. However, one of the most unexpected sources of inspiration comes from an unlikely creature – the porcupine.
  • What are Duckbill Scissors?
    What are Duckbill Scissors? One of the primary uses of duckbill scissors is in crafting and sewing projects. Their design makes them ideal for tasks such as appliqué work, where precision cutting around intricate shapes is essential. The wide blade acts as a guard, preventing unintended cuts into the fabric beneath, making them perfect for delicate materials like silk or chiffon.

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