Sequin Fried Egg Sleep Mask DIY

Sequin Fried Egg Sleep Mask DIY (click through for tutorial) I’m definitely one of those people that loves to sleep in the darkest room possible. I’m a bit of a light sleeper too, so sleep masks are always helpful for falling asleep either at home or in sleep circumstances that are less than ideal like cars, airplanes or hotel rooms. I’ve used sequins a few times to add some fun onto sweatshirts (like this phrase sweatshirt and this lips sweatshirt), and I thought it would be a great addition to a make a cute sleep mask as well. Since I always have brunch on my mind in the morning, a fried egg sleep mask seemed like the perfect idea!

Sequin Fried Egg Sleep Mask DIY (click through for tutorial)Supplies:
plain sleep mask
white felt
white sequin trim
gold/yellow sequin trim
-fabric scissors
fabric glue

Sequin Fried Egg Sleep Mask DIY (click through for tutorial) First you’ll want to cut out two pieces of white felt in your fried egg shape. Just try to think of it as basically a circle or an oval shape that has 4-5 uneven bumps around the edges. Once you get two good shapes you like, use some fabric glue to glue them to each side of the top of your sleep mask. Use a pen to lightly mark two smaller circles on each shape that will be where the yellow of your egg goes.

Sequin Fried Egg Sleep Mask DIY (click through for tutorial) Take your white sequin trim and use the fabric glue to glue the sequins all the way around the outside of your felt egg shape (try to get it to hang a little over the edge if you can). Keep gluing the trim all the way around, overlapping the next row with the previous one just a bit until you come to the inside circle that you marked off. If you need to get more trim in a different section, you can always double back over an area you already covered or you can cut the trim, make sure that end is glued down and then start a new section where needed.

Sequin Fried Egg Sleep Mask DIY (click through for tutorial) Once your white is complete, start to glue the gold/yellow trim from the middle of the marked off circle, and wind it around and around until you have the size middle that you want. Make sure your trim end is glued down well and let the glue fully set before use.

Sequin Fried Egg Sleep Mask DIY (click through for tutorial) Sequin Fried Egg Sleep Mask DIY (click through for tutorial) Adorable! Since the sequins are on the outside of the mask, they won’t bother you while you sleep, but if you start dreaming of all breakfast items from now on, I guess you’ll know why! This sleep mask would also make a great gift for your brunch buddy (maybe make yourself a matching pair) and give it with a gift certificate to your favorite spot. If you need your sleep space a little darker and also love a good 11am pancake run, this sleep mask may be egg-actly what you need! xo. Laura

Credits // Author and Photography: Laura Gummerman. Photos edited with the NEW A Beautiful Mess actions.


  • That sleep maks is too adorable. Only problem is I will wake up from dreaming about food all the time lol.

  • This is probably the most adorable, practical diy I have EVER SEEN! I must try it! IT would be perfect for my long trips! Thanks for sharing! ^_^


  • Hi Laura-

    I love your posts!!! And your nails- always beautiful 🙂

    I started sleeping with a mask last year (after ten years with my boyfriend/now husband who likes to stay up reading a book… I know, it took me a minute to figure this out!), and I LOVE this one:

    Unlike standard masks, this one has a really nice sculpt over the nose that actually blocks out all of the light. It’s awesome!!!

  • Wonderful idea! I think its so cool!

    Kiss Emily

  • We see so many animal-inspired sleep masks online that I forget there are other options! This one’s so cute and easy!

  • This is so stinkin cute! I feel like I would look at this and think it’s too hard, but you made it so simple! Great idea!

  • three words: I LOVE THIS!!
    This would make such a lovely gift – i think handmade gifts are always better:)
    Thank you for the idea!

    Shii x

  • Cute masks!! I myself do not need them, but could be a very good gift for some of my friends:-)

  • Absolutely love how simple it is to make with a huge pay off! Love!! I think I’m going to try to make a strawberry version because I love the idea!

    xo, Sofia

  • Oh my gosh, this is amazing! I need a new eyemask too, my fiance would get a real kick out of this!

  • This is super cute!

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

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