Printable Mardi Gras Mask

    Posted by  ·  February 17, 2009

    Celebrating around here with paper masks.  Print, cut and decorate!

    Printable Mardi Gras Mask

    I cut slits on the side of the mask so it will fit snugly but allow the sides to stick out.  Punch a small hole on each side and then tie on some elastic thread.


    I  was wishing we had some feathers to add to our colors and glitter! It doesn’t matter though, she is ready to party!



    I think the comment from Susan is true.  I don’t think putting the glitter around the eyes was a good thing.  It would be really easy to get into their eyes.  Actually I think if any glitter is used on the mask it should be glitter glue—-so the glitter is incased in the glue and won’t flake off!  Thanks, Susan!

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    3. alexia
      Monday, March 2nd, 2009
      You could also decorate with sequins, buttonn or Mardi Gras beads. Many of the masks and costumes used in the Balls and Parades use sequins.
    4. Monday, February 23rd, 2009
      Oh, what a cutie! She is so precious. Thanks for the craft idea.
    5. Friday, February 20th, 2009
      Just what I was looking for, thanks!
    6. Wednesday, February 18th, 2009
      I LOVE IT!!! I made it with my 4 yr old this morning and just posted a pic on my blog along with your link! THank you so much!!
    7. Aleta
      Wednesday, February 18th, 2009
      I just wanted to thank you. I was tipped onto your website from a friend, and I have been using your ideas nonstop since! For a working mom who loves to craft and do fun things with the kids, you really are a life saver...there is no way I would have enough time to think about being this creative on my own! Thanks again, and please keep it up!
    8. kimberly
      Wednesday, February 18th, 2009
      This is a cute idea. You could use tiny beads, etc. in place of the glitter.
    9. Wednesday, February 18th, 2009
      what a cute mask and a great idea!
    10. Sandy
      Wednesday, February 18th, 2009
      You always come home with such good ideas. The girls will love coloring the masks.
      I can always depend on finding great craft projects here. Thanks for all of your hard work
    11. Jean Saporito
      Wednesday, February 18th, 2009
      These masks are so cute. Thank you for sharing.
    12. Tuesday, February 17th, 2009
      Thanks for the download...I'll be sharing this on my blog tomorrow!
    13. Tuesday, February 17th, 2009
      Cute - I will be using this with my advisory students at school!
    14. Tuesday, February 17th, 2009
      That is darling!
    15. Tuesday, February 17th, 2009
      Fun ... you are a good mom! Glitter is so NOT allowed in my house. The horror of it. Did I say you are a good mom?
    16. Susan Ingle
      Tuesday, February 17th, 2009
      Very cute....but, I'm worried about the glitter around the eyes. One year I decided to embellish glass christmas ornaments with metallic glitter....I was as careful as I could be, but I still ended up with glitter in my was AWFUL! This mask would look just as cute with crayola embellishments around the eyes.
    17. gemgirl
      Tuesday, February 17th, 2009
      The mask does not really need any embellishment. The fun is in remembering the reason for the parties. Thanks for the simple but good idea.