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Darlene Kulig Child Face Mask Bear Tracks

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Darlene Kulig is a Canadian artist, renowned for her spirited use of colour in lively landscape scenes. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, she decided to create fabric face masks printed with her bright artwork, to raise funds for The Craig Kulig Fund for cancer research at The Ottawa Hospital.

  • Fun print of a bear crossing the train tracks through the Canadian Rockies
  • Single elastic wraps around the back of the head
  • 2 ply mask construction with 64 gm filter
  • Printed with water based inks
  • $3 from the sale of each masks is donated to The Craig Kulig Fund for cancer research at The Ottawa Hospital
  • Mid nose to chin measurementt: 4Y = 10 cm / 8Y = 12.5 cm / 12Y = 14 cm

Outer: 100% Polyester / Inner: 100% Polypropylene

Machine wash at 30°C. Do not bleach or dry clean.

DISCLAIMER: Many health organisations worldwide now recommend that every person wear a face mask in public to help stop the community spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Choosing to wear a face mask is at your sole discretion. These masks are not surgical grade nor do they replace medical grade Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), but if you cough or sneeze, this mask reduces possible transference of viruses. It does not totally eliminate the risk of contracting any disease or infection. We urge you to please exercise safe hygiene practices and social distancing as well as refrain from touching your face.