Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are sporting new masks thanks to the handiwork of their three daughters.

On her Instagram stories on Sunday, Lively posed with husband Reyolds for a goofy wide-eyed selfie showing off the masks they had their daughters -- James, 5, Inez, 3, and 9-month-old Betty -- decorate.

While the "Gossip Girl" alum's white mask features painted stars along with pink and purple marker smears, Reynolds' appears more uniform with a variety of colorful shapes drawn on in three horizontal rows.

"We won't embarrass them at all in middle school..." Lively teased, proving that they intend to make those masks last.

The 32-year-old actress also shouted out the company that manufactured the masks, explaining that they came from NYC-based The Craft Studio.

"These is not an ad," Lively wrote in a follow up photo that exhibited everything that came in her order. "These kits are awesome."

The whole idea is that customers can enjoy a socially-distanced family fun activity that results in unique masks to wear in public, which health officials say can help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Customers are sent several blank masks along with containers filled with bright-colored paint, markers and other craft-ready utensils like stencils to make their face coverings pop.

The "Shallows" star added that another reason she was excited to shout out the company is because it's "owned by a mama."

The Craft Studio has since shared Lively's photo and subsequent promise to embarrass her kids when they're older, thanking the actress for shining the spotlight on their small creative business.