DIY Mask Case

Creating a DIY Mask Case is super simple, and it makes a great Easter basket stuffer for kids! With a few simple steps, you can create a cute mask case for kids to keep them handy in their backpack, sports bag, or in the car!

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At this point in time, we have a plethora of masks in various locations. You?  The car, the dance bag, my purse, and so on. As we continue to move through life and enjoy some of our favorite activities, it’s more than time to create something to keep handy for all the masks.  

Using StyleTech Craft Opal vinyl and some small cases from Amazon, I created these personalized mask cases to add to Easter baskets this year. These can be added to a sports bag, kept in the car, or in a backpack. They would also be great for a Disney Park bag!  

DIY Mask Case Supplies:

  • Silhouette or Cricut Cutting Machine
  • Opal Vinyl from StyleTech Craft {perfect for spring and is just so pretty!}
  • Weeding Hook
  • Transfer Tape
  • Cutting Mat
  • Plastic Mask Cases 

How to Make a DIY Mask Case

  • First, decide on a design! For a project like this, a somewhat intricate pattern is doable.  Since you are working with a hard, plastic surface and a smaller surface at that, it’s easy to use a design that is more detailed.  I found my design free on the Silhouette Design Store.  
  • Next, set up your design screen, and add your design.  My cases are 5″x5″, so to size this, I selected the design.  Then, I clicked on the square in the corner and dragged the mouse until it was the right size.  
  • From here, I added an initial to the middle of my design.  I wanted to make it more personal, so adding their initial does just that! I love to use cute script fonts for almost everything!
  • Next, lay your vinyl on the cutting mat, and smooth over it with your hand to make sure it’s really stuck on there!  Load your media into your machine. Select the “Gloss Vinyl”, or similar setting, and send it to cut.  
  • After it is cut, peel off the excess vinyl from around the edges, and weed the smaller pieces from the inside. Using a weeding hook is key to this project!
  • Clean the surface of your mask case with some rubbing alcohol, and make sure there are no pieces of debris on it.  Then, cover your design with a piece of transfer tape.  Peel the backing off, and adhere it to the case.  I tend to start in the middle, and smooth out from there to avoid air bubbles.
  • Now, you can add this to your Easter basket!

More “Non Candy” Easter Basket Fillers:

  • Bubbles
  • Face masks
  • Playing cards
  • Handheld games
  • Gift cards
  • Small coloring books/crayons
  • Bookmarks
  • Hair bows
  • Lip Gloss
  • Nail Polish
  • Portable chargers
  • Ear Buds

There is SO much you can add to an Easter basket that is NOT candy! Adding a DIY Mask Case adds a cute, personal touch!

Carrie Hurst

Married to my high school sweetheart, we are raising two pirates and a princess. A lifelong Disney fan, lover of good food, and all things creative, I hope you will join me in sharing joy and making memories everyday.




  1. Susie Bentz says:

    Very creative and oh so cute!!

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