DIY (112) – Plastic mask holder

Hi everyone!

Does it happen also to you that you don’t know where to store your anti-covid masks? Maybe you’re out and you need to take it off and you don’t know what to do with it?

Well, the, today’s tutorial is for you!

These little bags are really practical and easy to do. I made them all with recycled materials (if you don’t have acetate at home you can replace it with a rather rigid fabric. In this case, of course, your bag will not be transparent.

Let’s start!!!

DIY N. 112



a piece of acetate 8,5 x 30 cm – felt cutouts – a piece of Velcro or an automatic button – hot glue

First cut the acetate to the measure described above.

Cut a felt tab for the bag with the velcro closure. While for the one with the snap button, just cut some decorative silhouettes (I put a flower with leaves and hearts).

With the hot glue attach the Velcro on the bag and tab. Before attaching the lid, close it on the other piece of Velcro so that the result will be more precise.

Do the same with the snap button on the second bag.

All you need to do now is to decorate them!

I hope you liked today’s idea!

See you tomorrow for another DIY!