26 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. oh my – but beautiful it is. I – on the other hand – have to say that I don’t get everybody’s obsession to have the most beautiful mask, as they are truly Works of Art but as impractical as it gets. How do you ‘cook’ (wash) them at the required 60ยฐC – several times per day, which in itself is an aberation as NOBODY in the whole world is putting a washing machine on with just one or a few masks. Then, the throw-away masks most certainly are NOT environmentally friendly at all, but if they go in the trash and not discarded anywhere else, at least they serve the ‘normal’ needs of its wearer…. I have many photos of dear friends sewing their days away making the prettiest and sexiest masks but somehow I’d still rather read a book. BUT you’ll get your gold star for the sunniest, friendliest, and most summery mask of the month! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. So cute and wonderful colors. Our younger daughter made us several mask. I don’t put them in the wash machine when I get home, but I wash them by hand with soap and hot water, then put them out on the back patio where I would think the 100 degree F temperature (or higher) might take care of any residual germs. They also dry in about 1 hour!! ๐Ÿ™‚

    janet

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