The pandemic has struck fear across the globe. People have bought face masks in bulk. With the face mask shortage, hospitals are running low or out of face masks. Some have to reuse masks, while others are resorting to other options. As a printer or embroider, you can make a difference. Watch our latest video to learn how you can make a face mask to sell or donate to your local health care facilities, nonprofits, or citizens in the community.
In the video, Cristen uses Allmade material to make the mask and Ryan uses Green Galaxy, a water-based ink, to screen print on it. If you don't have screen printing supplies but want to make and print on masks, check out the DIY kits.
Whether you sell or donate is up to you. Do what's best for you and your community.
Another option is to check out the Allmade Tri-Blend Protective Face Masks. With every 10 packs sold, we'll donate one pack to a local healthcare facility in need.
Stay safe, everyone. We'll get through this together.