What about matching your naturally dyed cotton mask and your plastic free -and naturally dyed of course- scrunchie?
Sustainable cotton face masks made in 3 layers of natural and soft cotton, naturally and hand dyed in many earthy and neutral colors and with an inside pocket to put a filter (and change every time you want) and have a pair of nylon headbands on each side. DO NOT HAVE NOSE WIRE.
There are different colors to choose: tan/terracotta, green olive, green forest, muted or blush pink, light blue, gray, beige, rust, etc
Back fabric and inside pocket may vary between all these colors and a sand natural cotton fabric.
Hand dyed and sustainable made with natural dyes at my studio in New Mexico. NOTE: naturally and hand dyed fabrics do have stains, I tend to choose the ones with more stains for backs and inside pocket, but still they may have some stains from the artisanal process of dyeing. If you like perfect fabrics, these masks may not be for you.
In order to following a zero waste process, we don't waste any piece of fabric even the stained ones.
Scrunchies are the trendiest item right now and these plastic free and handmade one are gorgeous. Wear them in your hair or around your wrist!
Each set contains ONE mask and ONE matching scrunchie and EACH SET is sold separately.
You can choose one color for the set or mix and match between available options (message me if you have any doubt please)
This scrunchies are made in this soft natural cotton fabric, which was naturally and hand dyed at my studio in New Mexico.
Has a biodegradable rubber headband inside (which makes them PLASTIC FREE) measure 5 and 5,5 inches in diameter aprox
Would be a lovely handmade and one of a kind gift, for that eco friendly friend, daughter or just yourself!
All my products are send in biodegradable or recyclable packaging.
Possible stains are from antique hand dying techniques, making fabrics unique in its colour and "pattern".
When washing this product, I recommend using cold water, neutral soap. Low tumble dry.
Do not hang or expose to direct sunlight.
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