What a strange time we live in..
The UK government has announced that wearing face masks on
public transport will be mandatory from Monday 15th June.

Although wearing face masks in crowded areas is already recommended, from Monday 15th June, anyone who turns up at a train station, or tries to get on a bus, or other public transport will be turned away until they come back suitably masked.

Face masks help to slightly reduce the wearer’s chance of catching an infection, but the main benefit is that it reduces any spreading if the wearer is infected. The COVID-19 virus has been spreading more easily by infectious people who show no symptoms, so asking everyone to wear a face mask is thought to help significantly reduce the spread of the virus.

I have made a batch of BJORNE facemasks from a couple of my signature prints which I am just releasing on my website. I am simply covering my material cost and shipping on these
(which is included) so these will be priced at only £5.99 each.

All masks come with breathable filter which can be replaced.

They are fully washable, and come in a standard size
with adjustable ear loops so it fits all face shapes and sizes.
I will ship out all orders same or next day with royal mail 2nd class.
For international shipping please contact me.

Select your mask below

Also, please read take a minute to read this guidance below on how to wear
your mask properly & keep safe!

Lots of love, Didi

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How to Put the Mask On

  1. Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Dry your hands with a clean paper towel and throw the paper towel away.
  2. Place the mask on your face with the print side facing out, putting one loop around each ear. Make sure it covers your nose and mouth so that the bottom edge is under your chin.
  3. Once the mask is in place, use your index finger and thumb to pinch the bendable top edge of the mask around the bridge of your nose.
  4. Wash your hands.

Removing the Mask

  1. Wash your hands before removing the mask.
  2. Do not touch the inside of the mask (the part over nose and mouth). It may be contaminated from your breathing, coughing or sneezing.
  3. Wash your mask by hand in warm water, thoroughly with soap or detergent.
  4. Always wash your hands.

What a strange time we live in..
The UK government has announced that wearing face masks on public transport will be mandatory from Monday 15th June.

Although wearing face masks in crowded areas is already recommended, from Monday 15th June, anyone who turns up at a train station, or tries to get on a bus, or other public transport will be turned away until they come back suitably masked.

Face masks help to slightly reduce the wearer’s chance of catching an infection, but the main benefit is that it reduces any spreading if the wearer is infected. The COVID-19 virus has been spreading more easily by infectious people who show no symptoms, so asking everyone to wear a face mask is thought to help significantly reduce the spread of the virus.

I have made a batch of BJORNE facemasks from a couple of my signature prints which I am just releasing on my website. I am simply covering my material cost and shipping on these
(which is included) so these will be priced at
only £5.99 each.
All masks come with breathable filter which
can be replaced.

They are fully washable, and come in a standard size with adjustable ear loops so it fits all face shapes and sizes.

I will ship out all orders same or next day with royal mail 2nd class. For international shipping please contact me.

Select your mask below

Also, please read take a minute to read this guidance below on how to wear your mask properly & keep safe!

Lots of love, Didi

How to Put the Mask On

  1. Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Dry your hands with a clean paper towel and throw the paper towel away.
  2. Place the mask on your face with the print side facing out, putting one loop around each ear. Make sure it covers your nose and mouth so that the bottom edge is under your chin.
  3. Once the mask is in place, use your index finger and thumb to pinch the bendable top edge of the mask around the bridge of your nose.
  4. Wash your hands.

Removing the Mask

  1. Wash your hands before removing the mask.
  2. Do not touch the inside of the mask (the part over nose and mouth). It may be contaminated from your breathing, coughing or sneezing.
  3. Wash your mask by hand in warm water, thoroughly with soap or detergent.
  4. Always wash your hands.

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