Masks are considered a mainstay of the Mardi Gras celebration. Masks are worn at fancy dress balls to street parades, and nightly parties. These masks are of all sizes, shapes, colors, and variety to help adorn the celebration. If you …[Continue]
Mardi GrasMardi Gras is a carnival celebration that ends on the day before Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday" and refers to the many fattening foods eaten before Lent.
The happy go lucky jester is truly the symbol of Mardi Gras. Denoting celebration and joviality you can make your own jester doll to reign over your Mardi Gras party. What you will need: tennis ball multicolored silk ribbons acrylic …[Continue]
Since masks are often worn during the festivities of Mardi Gras you make your own to begin the celebration. What you will need: Two plain, white paper plates Pink construction paper or pink paint Scissors Stapler Glue Crayons, markers, or …[Continue]
While making a full sized float for a Mardi Gras parade may be more then you want to take on these shoebox size floats are fun to make and you can still have your own Mardi Gras parade. In this …[Continue]
Mardi Gras is known as a day of carnival, when people dress up, have parades, dance, eat, drink, and stay up late. Mardi Gras means “Fat Tuesday” in French. The name “Fat Tuesday” comes from the ancient custom of parading …[Continue]
Materials Printer Paper Glue Scissors Tape Something to color with Piece of thin cardboard 2 drinking straws or a ruler or an unsharpened pencil Sequins Sparkle glue Feathers Instructions Print out the template from http://www.dltk-kids.com/CRAFTS/mardigras/mmasks.htm (with the templates you have …[Continue]