I am going to start making this a regular post… (or give it a hearty try). My intentions are to post a blog every Wednesday – along with a video – making something (a card, a layout, a project, etc.) using something from Scrap4Less, or Stampin Up or maybe both…
This month our theme is Using Up Scraps... (who doesn’t have tons of scraps laying around after being quarantined for almost two months?) Because of COVID and all the face masks that people have come up with, I thought, I would share with you what I learned how to make… ready for it?
Here it is….
A cute little mini paper face mask. A perfect way to use up those scraps…
Here is what you will need:
1 – a piece of scrapbook paper measuring 2 3/4″ x 2 1/8″ (I like using light weight or medium weight double-sided paper)
2 – two pieces of ribbon measuring 2 3/4″
3 – strips of white cardstock measuring 1/4″ and some measuring 1/8″
4 – a paper trimmer, a score board, glue dots, 1/4″ double-sided tape and mini glue dots.
You can use your mini paper face mask as an embellishment for a card or a layout.
or to hand out as a thank you gift
or to put a pin backing on it and wear it on your shirt and say…”Look, I’m wearing a mask.”
Here’s the video tutorial I made that will hopefully give you all the instruction you need to make it… Let me know if you have any questions. Once you make your first one it is really easy to make more…
Leave a comment and let me know if you make one. Leave a picture and show me what you made…