Mastered your DIY mask skills? (We mean these ones, right here, here, and here.) If you’re ready to take your next mask to a new level with an upgrade for extra coolness, here are some additional options you can add!
Keep in mind that these features require a bit more sewing, which is why we decided they were best kept optional.
When you reach step 4 in your regular mask making, you can leave the opening slightly wider on the inside of the mask. This way, you can insert a filter!
Wire for Nose
A wire nose piece will help you better fit the mask to your face!
When you reach step 7 of your mask making, sew 1/4 inch away from the top/nose part of the mask and make a space about 2 – 3 inches length-wise. Then, you can insert a pipe cleaner or other small wire piece that you can bend to fit your nose and make it fit better!
Remember, these extra steps are totally optional, but will make your homemade Castle Crashers mask just a little more fancy.