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These 11 Mardi Gras crafts for kids are just what you need to create a celebration fit for a king or queen! Start the festivities with beads, masks, and more!
Several years ago, a relative sent us a King Cake. It was a race to see who would find the baby in the cake, but that was all we really knew about Mardi Gras.
So, we spent a few days reading books about Mardi Gras and making a craft or two. Your crafters will love celebrating Mardi Gras with these fun ideas!
Mardi Gras Crafts for Kids
Print out the free template, gather your craft supplies, and set your kids up for a fun Mardi Gras masks kids activity. A Little Pinch of Perfect
With a little assistance from a grown up, even preschoolers can make a bunch of duct tape Mardi Gras beads which they can string to make a fun Mardi Gras necklace. Crafts by Amanda
I love all kinds of handprint crafts. These handprint Mardi Gras masks are no exception, and you won’t believe how easy they are to make. That’s What Che Said
Paper plate crafts tend to be cheap and easy crafts for kids. Check out this tutorial to see how your preschoolers can make a paper plate Mardi Gras mask. About Family Crafts
These Mardi Gras coasters are easy to make, and your kids will love decorating the table with them! Rust and Sunshine
With supplies you can pick up at Dollar Tree, your kids will love helping you make a Mardi Gras wreath which can be displayed on the front door. Aunt Peaches
Kids will love decorating and customizing their very own printable Mardi Gras mask craft. Kids Activities Blog
Print, cut, and decorate. Making a printable Mardi Gras mask is just that easy! Skip To My Lou
A few colorful craft supplies are all you need to turn an ordinary paper plate into a beautifully festive feathery mask for Mardi Gras. Crafts By Amanda
Whether you’re in NOLA and going to a parade or having one in your own home, your kids will love making a set of these Mardi Gras parade shakers. That’s What Che Said
Mardi Gras beads can’t get any more fun than beads made with Twizzlers candies! Kids will love making (and eating) these Mardi Gras candy necklaces. No Time for Flashcards