Decorate-Them-Yourself Face Masks

How do you get a kid into wearing a face covering? Get them some that actually fit, then let them add a personal touch with their own design!

These super soft, double layer cotton jersey knit face coverings feel great, and are a blank canvas for your little one's creative vision! Grab some fabric pens, or even Sharpies, to transform their face coverings into creations they'll be proud to show off all around town. Which means yes, your kids will actually keep them on. Win win.

Note: for hygiene reasons we cannot accept returns or exchanges of masks. Please read the sizing information below carefully.


Our little kid face coverings measure 6" from ear to ear and will fit kids up to age six, and possibly a bit older if they’re smaller than average.  Youth/Adult size face coverings measure 6 3/4" from ear to ear and are good for bigger kids and grownups! 

Customer testimonials:

Lois, 6: "Ooh, cozy!" 

Declan, 8: "Mmm, it smells like cotton."


  • Wash before wearing.
  • 100% breathable 2-ply cotton holds up to extended washes and wear.
  • Wash to sanitize after wearing. Dry completely in dryer for form fit after each use.
  • Individuals should be careful not to touch eyes, nose and mouth when removing face mask and wash hands immediately after removing.


Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under the age of 4, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.  These face coverings are not medical grade and are not to take the place of the N95 masks.  They are not suitable for use in a surgical setting or where there would be significant exposure to liquid, bodily or other hazardous fluids, use in a clinical setting, or use in the presence of a high-intensity heat source or flammable gas.  Wearing a face covering is not guaranteed to prevent transmission of disease and is not a substitute for other recommended disease-avoidance measures.  For guidance on usage, consult the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), available at  

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