Let’s have a (tango) party! Today, two dance-loving women in their 90’s had a birthday party in Glasgow Scotland. The guest tango dancers, Drew and Taryn Moir, from Paisley Tango (dancing club) wore my special Paisley Tango face masks. Drew and Taryn commissioned me to make the exclusive paisley design for them in 2019. They gave me permission to make face masks with the fabric.
Here is another photo from the birthday party in Glasgow. In this photo you can see Drew Moir wearing the peacock colored face mask. It’s wonderful that Drew and Taryn chose their clothing to match their masks. Taryn wore a red dress to compliment the ‘hot’ red and pink colors of her face mask. Drew wore a royal blue suit to compliment the peacock colors (blue and green tones) of his face mask.
Here is a pretty laptop sleeve printed with the lilac version of the Paisley Positivity design. This product has foam padding and a polyester cover, which protects from scratches. It also has black zip, black edging, & thick black padding inside. Your friends will probably comment on how lovely the laptop sleeve looks.
Here are some photos of the face masks so that you can see the details more clearly. Here is the “hot” color version.
Here is the “peacock” color version. On September 13th Lisa Shrimplin bought 3 Paisley Power face masks including the Paisley Tango (peacock colors) face mask.
On September 13th, Caro Elia bought a Paisley Prince Songbook face mask from Rage On. I am selling my Prince-themed masks on several different shopping websites including my own online shop, eBay, Spoonflower, Red Bubble, and Zazzle. More than 70 have been sold on the Rage On website alone, which is a good achievement for my brand, Paisley Power.