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How to make your own mask, what you'll need:

1. Sewing machine

2. Red, yellow and black felt fabric

3. Scissors

4. Cut out (see below)

5. Disappearing Ink Pen or tailor's chalk

6. Red, yellow and black thread

7. Barbed Elastic Cord for Hats and Fascinators


Barbed Elastic Cord

Print out the cut-outs and choose which one you’d like to use. Once you’ve chosen which cut-out you’re using place it on top of the felt fabric and use a disappearing ink or tailor's chalk to outline. Once you’ve cut your pieces start sewing, once you're done pierce a small hole on either side to run the barbed elastic cord. Have fun!

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