I can hardly believe that I’m sharing a tutorial for a DIY face mask holder, but here we are! Thankfully, the concept of wearing a mask out in public has grown to feel “normal” and almost like second nature, but it also feels a good bit surreal, too. I always wear a KN95 mask when I have to go out these days, but I like to layer a nice patterned fabric face mask over top of the surgical-grade one to (hopefully!) make me seem a little friendlier and less serious. To help keep all of my fabric masks handy, I built a special peg rail just for them to hang in our entry.
The good news is that when things eventually go back to normal (they will, right?!), you can use your DIY face mask peg rail to hold just about anything in your entry—think: keys, a bag, light jackets, etc. It’s a pretty versatile piece to have at home, and takes under 2 hours to make. Hop through to Hunker here to read my full tutorial, including linked supply list and tips for getting those two arched ends juuuuuuuust right using a simple ramekin dish and jigsaw.
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