DIY floral crown face shield
I personally like to layer a shield over my mask for my own peace of mind, and I wanted one that would be a lot prettier than the ones that have a giant medical warning label along the headband. So I did what any DIY gal would do - I made one out of a floral crown!
- A floral crown (I used this one)
- Floral wire
- A heavy duty hole punch
- A plastic shield sheet (I got mine here)
This is such a simple DIY! Just punch five holes along the top edge of the plastic shield piece, and then thread your floral wire through the holes and wrap it around the crown in order to secure it.
Make sure that the edges of the floral wire aren't going to poke you in the forehead - either by making them point away from your head or by covering them with floral tape. And that is literally it! You now have a floral crown face shield!
In order to help slow help slow the spread of COVID-19, health officials recommend that you wear a face mask. You should know that this DIY sheild is not a medical mask and, therefore, may not block liquids, germs or viruses, including the COVID-19 virus. To put it simply, these shields are not surgical masks, personal protective equipment, filtering respirators (such as N95 masks), or liquid barrier protection. These DIY shields should not be used by anyone with skin sensitivities or placed on children under age 2 or anyone who has trouble breathing or who is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance. THESE DIY INSTRUCTIONS ARE PROVIDED AS-IS, AND KATE GABRIELLE SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING (WITHOUT LIMITATION) IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. KATE GABRIELLE SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS THAT THIS PRODUCT WILL PREVENT INFECTION OR THE TRANSMISSION OF VIRUSES OR DISEASES. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, ADVICE OR TREATMENT, AND ANY MEDICAL QUESTIONS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO YOUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER. THIS DIY HAS NOT BEEN CLEARED OR APPROVED BY THE US FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA).