DIY Paper Towel Face Mask by Noreen (Rena’s Mom)

by Noreen.
(New Mexico)

For more details and more pictures to make these masks yourself, you can go to my Mom’s tutorial:

DIY Paper Towel Face Mask

DIY Paper Towel Face Mask by Noreen (Rena's Mom)  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

DIY Paper Towel Face Mask by Noreen (Rena’s Mom)

DIY Paper Towel Face Mask by Noreen (Rena's Mom)  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

DIY Paper Towel Face Mask by Noreen (Rena’s Mom) – featured on Jewelry Making Journal

This paper towel face mask is for people to use – the stuffed toy is used only to demonstrate how it is worn.

DIY Paper Towel Face Mask by Noreen (Rena's Mom)  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

DIY Paper Towel Face Mask by Noreen (Rena’s Mom) – featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Because there is such a need for face masks, I found a way to have face masks without taking them from health care workers.

DIY Paper Towel Face Mask by Noreen (Rena's Mom)  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

DIY Paper Towel Face Mask by Noreen (Rena’s Mom) – featured on Jewelry Making Journal

It uses paper towels and rubber bands. The rubber bands can be washed and reused and the paper towel can be thrown away after use.

Noreen

Disclaimer: I have no medical credentials and this is not medical advice. This is merely an idea for making your own face masks. Please use your own judgement when making or wearing this face mask.

These are strange and unsettling times – something most of us have never before experienced.

We all want to keep our families and ourselves safe, and one thing that may help is wearing a face mask.

Because we want all the manufactured face masks to be available to health care workers, we don’t feel comfortable using them for ourselves.

I have seen on Facebook and Youtube various ways to make DIY Paper Towel Face Masks, using just a paper towel, 2 rubber bands, and 2 staples.

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  • Thanks, Mom!

  • Vallie says:

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing

  • Lynda says:

    Great idea! I also researched the Swiffer pads, which are thicker that paper towels. They are on the list as long as it’s the unscented variety. I found a box in a closet I was cleaning out. No longer have the mop, so these could work. I used stretchy ponytail bands and a stapler. Forms nicely to the contours of the face and very soft on the skin.

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