Mardi Gras masks

Last week for one of our afternoon art projects JQ, G-tot, and I made Mardi Gras masks. I printed out some blank paper masks I found online and we went to town on them with markers, cut paper, stickers, and glitter glue.

When the glue had set I cut out the eyes and punched holes for the string. You know what came next right?


We had a blast. JQ’s mask was the big hit. We all wore that one. How could you not want to put it on—with its cool yellow extension. Very fancy in a Roman Gladiator/Mexican Wrestler sort of way.

6 comments to Mardi Gras masks

  • Anonymous

    Almost makes me walt to get some crawdads and jumbalaya and throw beads. dad


  • Vegas Princess

    Now that’s the way to celebrate Mardi Gras!


  • Kym

    I love these!!!!! Very neat idea to do with kids…may have to copy you this week when I’m off work :-)


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