Mundelein Sisters Make Their Mark On Masks

(WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- Two Mundelein sisters have started a business designing custom face masks and are using the profits to help others in need.

Eleven-year-old Olivia Bartusch and her 10-year-old sister Jaina made a face mask with a custom design for their aunt. She loved it so much she suggested her nieces start a business to make and sell masks.

The girls started the business called "2 Little Mask Makers" on Facebook and, using a craft tool of their mother's, have sold about 300 masks with special designs on them.

Olivia says the girls decided to donate the profits from selling the masks to the Northern Illinois Food Bank to aid students in the Mundelein Elementary School District 75.

Both girls say the mask business has built their confidence. They said it makes them happy to help neighbors in need.

Mundelein Sisters Mask Making
(WBBM Newsradio)