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Old 10-23-2020, 02:24 PM   #1
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Scamp face mask??

I have found many camping and RV face masks on Amazon but none with the Scamp shape on it. Anyone have a link? It's time for a change.



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Old 10-23-2020, 03:30 PM   #2
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Got a Scamp T-shirt and scissors?
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Got a Scamp T-shirt and scissors?
And no I'm too cheap to buy a Scamp shirt. At the price of a Scamp they should give one with a Scamp purchase.Plus I'm living in a real hot spot. Have two hand made maskes, now I'm looking for something special.
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What a great idea! I've sewn over 100 masks at the beginning of the pandemic and donated them to a grocery store and senior centers. They were made of boring bed sheets. I prefer to make unique items, though. Let me think about it...

I found some camping theme masks on Cafe Press, www.cafepress.com. While not SCAMP-themed there are many that feature vintage and fiberglass trailers. I hope you find one you like here.


If you sew or know someone who sews there are some great camping themed fabrics online including these at Joanne's Fabrics.
https://www.joann.com/fabric/?q=camping
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I have found many camping and RV face masks on Amazon but none with the Scamp shape on it. Anyone have a link? It's time for a change.

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Why would anyon want to put a face mask on their Scamp? It is not going to test positive for nor be an asymptomatic carrier of any diseases (COVID-19 at this time).
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Why would anyon want to put a face mask on their Scamp? It is not going to test positive for nor be an asymptomatic carrier of any diseases (COVID-19 at this time).
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Old 10-26-2020, 05:59 AM   #7
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Must we go there? There is a COVID section to debate the merits of mask-wearing. At least I think there is. There was, but I blocked it. I wish COVID itself would go away so easily.

Perhaps we could agree to treat this thread as a query about an egg-themed fashion accessory?
Amen, besides the mask could be used when camping in the Southwest. I have experienced a minor dust storm there and found out how easy it was for dust to get into my car at the time. Could have used a mask then!
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Of course masks don't work. If they did I would have them mowing the lawn, raking the leaves, shovelling snow, cutting firewood, etc.
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If you have or can find a picture you like that represents your Scamp, or other brand, no need to offend Boler owners

You Casita and Escape owners can go stand over there with the Trillium owners and wait for the mosquito and poison ivy masks to be discussed.

You can upload custom picture or add a message to a mask at both Café Press or Zazzle.

https://www.cafepress.com/+add_your_...mask,576315228

https://www.zazzle.com/pd/spp/pt-zaz...color=black_da

The sites allow for picking styles, colors and other options. Uploading the image, adding custom text. A little spendy at $16 but hey once in a hundred year pandemic so I'm sure the stuff will become a valuable retro item in 50 years or so.

One can also often but not always go to an item with an image you like and get it on a different item. Depends on the artist or entrepreneur providing the image. Some allow you to use it on any item through their "store", others only on items they have created.

Easy enough to contact someone and ask if they would add a mask with their image to the store.

I would also point out for those who use camera to take many pictures (yes dear wife I mean you of the perpetually full phone storage) one can use filters to "jazz up" a photo or provide some pretty cool effects such as cartoon or line art. A picture of your own camper from a trip or parked in the driveway might offer a source for a mask image.
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If you have or can find a picture you like that represents your Scamp, or other brand, no need to offend Boler owners

You Casita and Escape owners can go stand over there with the Trillium owners and wait for the mosquito and poison ivy masks to be discussed.

You can upload custom picture or add a message to a mask at both Café Press or Zazzle.

https://www.cafepress.com/+add_your_...mask,576315228

https://www.zazzle.com/pd/spp/pt-zaz...color=black_da

The sites allow for picking styles, colors and other options. Uploading the image, adding custom text. A little spendy at $16 but hey once in a hundred year pandemic so I'm sure the stuff will become a valuable retro item in 50 years or so.

One can also often but not always go to an item with an image you like and get it on a different item. Depends on the artist or entrepreneur providing the image. Some allow you to use it on any item through their "store", others only on items they have created.

Easy enough to contact someone and ask if they would add a mask with their image to the store.

I would also point out for those who use camera to take many pictures (yes dear wife I mean you of the perpetually full phone storage) one can use filters to "jazz up" a photo or provide some pretty cool effects such as cartoon or line art. A picture of your own camper from a trip or parked in the driveway might offer a source for a mask image.
I’ve used CafePress for a bunch of stuff including totes for prizes at a rally. I should have thought of this for this winter mask wearing when I’m missing my Scamp.
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