Face coverings are now compulsory in shops over the border in England, and on public transport in Wales.

But many of us have been wearing them already, and there's been some great creativity.

Now we want to see your masks - especially if they are a little bit different, turn heads or raise a smile - even if it can't be seen!

So please send us pictures of you in your mask or face covering - and tell us where you got it from, or even if you made it yourself.

It might just give other readers inspiration - and encourage them to cover up too!

It's simple to send us your pictures and stories - just click this link here or you can email claire.pierce@newsquest.co.uk.

Face coverings can be a scarf, homemade mask or reusable or disposable mask. Advice is to wash hands before and after use and wash reusable coverings regularly.

Some of our readers and even me, have already shared their cover-up style...

• Josie Towers, from Hawarden: "I own a small local business, Made By Mini Moo (named after my daughter Minnie) making customised clothing and gifts, and I printed this myself to make people smile. I’ve been making a few for local companies with their logos on, including the Loose Ladies on Radio Deeside. And also fun ones like this one I made for myself ."

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• Steven Tattum, from Connah's Quay: "I am well known for wearing Kylie t-shirts, so I wanted to reflect my personality. I got a Kylie mask from Red Bubble."

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• Gareth Antony Davies, from Mold: "My wife Michele made our masks (and took this photo), and I got some strange looks when going to Lloyds bank in Mold, a white van man actually shouted to me 'where is the robbery'."

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• Leader community content editor Claire Pierce in one of her face masks, from Simmi Woman, in Mold.

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