Wunderkin Co. Face Masks

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Guidance on whether to wear a face mask has been evolving in recent weeks with the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently updated its recommendations stating that all individuals should wear face masks when in public. This new recommendation is to protect the people around you if you are infected but do not have symptoms.

In light of these new recommendations, Wunderkin Co. has designed a mask that is both beautiful and functional. Our masks are made of tightly woven 100% cotton featuring beautiful Liberty of London prints and backed with a heavyweight quilters cotton. High performance dance nylon make for a comfortable but strong ear loop. Our masks are machine washable and feature an interior pocket for a disposable filter. Masks are available in 3 sizes to fit (almost)* everyone.

*Please note the CDC recommends that children under 2 years of age should NOT wear a mask.*

Filters can be added for an additional layer of protection. Filters are not included with the mask but can be easily made at home. Among the best home made filters include HEPA furnace filters (fiberglass free!) and vacuum cleaner bags. Other options include coffee filters, polypropylene fabric, paper towels, and shop towels. Filters should be used ONCE and then disposed of carefully.
These masks certainly offer a level of security (and fashion) when we must venture into public, but are an “additive” NOT a substitute for social distancing. Please continue to stay home when possible. When in public stay at least 6 feet away from other people. Wash your hands frequently and don’t touch your face.


 Wunderkin Co. masks are NOT a direct substitute for N95, surgical, or procedural masks. They are NOT FDA approved. Masks are final sale and returns will not be accepted for sanitary reasons.


I started making bows at my kitchen table in 2013. I had just become a mom, I wanted to make cute things for my girls. I didn't just want to throw ruffles and glitter at them (not there is anything wrong with glitter!). I wanted to create simple accessories that would be the backdrop for their daily adventures.

More importantly, I wanted the brand to be meaningful, and to encapsulate what motherhood meant to me. My vision is that Wunderkin Co. is synonymous with raising confident, brave and kind kids who boldly grow into the humans they were meant to be.