S’pore IG shop selling handmade mask earrings at S$8 per pair to raise funds against Covid-19

50 per cent of the proceeds will be donated to the Singapore Red Cross Society.

Melanie Lim | February 20, 02:16 pm


As the battle against the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) rages on, many Singaporeans have been stepping forward to play their part amidst the outbreak.

Selling handmade mask earrings to raise funds

On Feb. 8, a local accessories business on Instagram put up a post selling handmade mask earrings for S$8 per pair, mailed.

Each pair of mask earrings is around the size of a person’s thumb:

According to the post, 50 per cent of the proceeds from sales will be donated to the Singapore Red Cross Society in light of Covid-19.

According to the mask makers, the Singapore Red Cross Society will then co-ordinate with China Red Cross for the funds to be directed and given to needy communities.

As of Feb. 20, the maker of these handmade mask earrings has also come up with two additional designs in a Monster’s Inc and Cherry print.

As each pair of earrings is fully handmade with craft materials, there will be small differences in print, size and cut.

Customers are advised to purchase these earrings only if they don’t mind the minor flaws.

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Top image via twenty.sg on Instagram

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