The Emma Cat Face Mask is embroidered with a cute kitten on soft pima cotton fabric. The inner fabric is white cotton. Inside these two cotton layers is non-woven interface which acts as the filter. Ear loops can be upgraded to adjustable elastic for an additional $2..
This Emma Cat Face Mask sized for children 2 and above is comprised of 3 layers. We layered a non-woven fabric in between two layers of striped cotton to provide filtration. There is also a sewn-in wire cord to help form the mask across the bridge of the nose and adjustable elastic ear loops for a comfortable fit.
**The CDC does not recommend masks for children under age two.**
Small (Ages 2-6): approx. 4 ¾” x 7 ⅜”
Small+ (Ages 7-12) : approx. 4 ⅞” x 8 ⅜”
Medium (teen/adult) : approx. 5 ½” x 8 ¾”
Large (adult): approx. 5 ⅞” x 9 ⅜”
Instructions on how to care for your mask:
Wash before first use.
You may wash your Emma Cat Face Mask in the washing machine on the delicate setting with cold or hot water and laundry detergent.
After washing, form the mask with your hands to bring back its shape.
Air dry in sun.
Instructions on how to use your mask:
Before putting your Emma Cat Face Mask on, wash your hands with soap & water or use hand sanitizer.
Grab the color side of the mask and cover your mouth and nose, pulling the elastic loops
around each ear.
Use your hand to form the wire across the nose so that there are no gaps
between your face and the mask.
When removing the mask, pull off from each ear and fold white side of mask in on itself.
Avoid touching the inner side of the fabric to help prevent outside contact from touching the face.
We are currently limiting quantities to 4 masks per size per customer.
Due to the nature of these products, they will not be accepted for return.
$4 Flat Rate shipping.
Local Pickup also available for Tampa Bay Area at our South Tampa location or in Safety Harbor. You will receive an email to coordinate pick up date and time if you choose this option at checkout.
Handmade in Tampa, FL.
Read our story on why we started making face masks.
For more information on the CDC’s recommendation of using cloth face masks, you can read it here.