Legoland Facemasks

At some point in the future, this craft project may not be relevant. But, currently, facemasks are still required at theme parks in California. So when we headed to Legoland to check out the new section of the park – Lego Movie World – we wore our masks. But instead of putting on our regular masks, we wore some super fun Lego Head Facemasks! That’s right, these masks are super fun to make and are a total head turner when walking around the park!

You can use any mask you like. I used the Craft Passion Face Mask Pattern. We like the fit of this mask, but the curve makes applying vinyl to the front of the mask very tricky – especially for larger designs. If you’re not experienced with vinyl on curved surfaces, and don’t have a Cricut Easypress Mini, I’d recommend that you stick to the flat-front face masks.

Use yellow fabric to sew your face mask, or purchase a ready-made yellow mask. The closer you can get to “Lego Head Yellow” the better! Then cut out and iron on the smiles. You can re-size them in your cutting machine’s software to fit the size of your mask.

And, you can go for an all-lego outfit with some Lego Minifigure Earrings and a custom Queen Whatevra Tee!

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Have a great time at Legoland!

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