There are lots of great instructional videos out there. Below are some of our favorites:
*When making masks, use materials you already have at home. Do not break the physical distancing or stay-at-home orders.
There are lots of ways to donate masks and support your community. Consider making masks for your neighbors and leaving them on your doorstep for safe, sanitary pickup. You can also check out our list of partners & resources to connect with those who are in need of masks in your community.Resources
Wear your mask in public spaces to help reduce the spread of infectious respiratory droplets. To normalize DIY masks, we encourage you to share photos of yourself wearing them & tag us at #ColoradoMaskProject
Always make sure your DIY masks are clean (a dirty mask might be worse than no mask), and never use a mask as an excuse to violate social-distancing orders.
Share your project with us at#COLORADOMASKPROJECT