"Comes in Handy" Mask Necklace
"Comes in Handy" Mask Necklace
"Comes in Handy" Mask Necklace
"Comes in Handy" Mask Necklace
"Comes in Handy" Mask Necklace
"Comes in Handy" Mask Necklace
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"Comes in Handy" Mask Necklace

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Masks are the most important accessory of the season! Note: Actual mask not included in purchase.

We’ve all been told not to touch your mask once it’s on, so I made little hands to do it for you! Oh, and snakes. Snakes are useful, too. Let’s help make this pandemic hissssssstory.

These mask necklaces are meant to assist those who need to keep their mask accessible, but may not want to wear it all the time. They are perfect for driving to avoid foggy glasses, dog walks, crafting, Zoom calls (in case you’re expecting somebody to show up!), or anytime you may not come close to others!

These mask necklaces work as both necklaces and lanyards. On both ends, there is a spring-loaded clasp that you can close around the loops of your mask. If you are done wearing your mask (or have yet to attach one), these also act as real necklaces! I tried to design something that could be useful outside of quarantine AND still look pretty. In the back, there is a BIG lobster claw closure so you can take the whole apparatus off without hassling to disengage a clean mask/messing up your hair.

Because of these are made with lever-back hoops, the mask necklaces will not work with tie masks.

It is important to note that if you think your clothing may have come into contact with a contagion, that it is NOT recommended to hang your mask around your neck; contagion may spread from infected clothing to your mask (and you DON’T want to put that back on your face). Furthermore, you should always change and wash a dirty mask.

Brass. Note that with the exception of the snakes (which are hand-treated), brass does tarnish. However, it quickly brightens up with a quick rub of a polishing cloth.

Black inlay variety is sold out.