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Friday 11 September 2020

Leigh SB's Stay Crafty at Home Blog Hop (Aug 7 through Sept 25) #36


Stay Crafty @ Home Blog Hop 2020
hosted by
LeighSBDesigns Art Stamps

Join our 2 month "Anything Goes" hop & stay inspired, creative & safe while crafting to your hearts content @ home!
HOP POST for details and rules!
Play fair and have lots of fun!
Stay Inspired & Stay Safe!

Today (Friday), Saturday and Sunday I am taking part in a virtual retreat with

My goodies arrived - 5 kits (plus a few extras...)

The first pre-retreat challenge was to make a "Covid Mask" using papercrafting!
(Obviously wouldn't be any good outside!!)

Here's mine:

Firstly, I made a mask similar to the patterns I have been making in fabric in brown cardstock.

I then decorated this using a background paper I had made using spray through a stencil and paint. I think you can see the stencilling on this picture.

I then added the cut out and stencilled flowers and feathers using the Tracy Scott stencil PS198, fossilised amber Distress Oxide and Posca pen.

I will add this to Leigh's Linky

Happy Crafting!


  1. Awesome mask, now if I could sew one like that....love your creativity. Enjoy your virtual kits they look like fun, hugs, Lori m

  2. You did well making your mask Susan!

    Val S - LeighSBDesigns DT

  3. That’s a great mask and would probably function well - except for stuffing it in your handbag x

  4. Brilliant Susan, you're having so much fun with your supplies! I'm now catching up on my hopping in reverse!
    So happy to have you playing in my Stay Crafty @ Home blog hop!
    Stay Safe!

  5. It might not be functional but it sure is really decorative! You certainly rocked the this one!


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