Mardi Gras Masks (Princess and The Frog)

Do you do Mardi Gras? We’ve always had fun making masks, cooking sweets, and talking about the history behind Mardi Gras. When Princess and the Frog was released, I was so excited about the setting in particular.

We decided to celebrate Mardi Gras with a Princess and the Frog Disney day, but the great thing is you can do this with Princess and the Frog at any time!


– Mask template printable (below)

– Something to color or paint with

– popsicle stick or elastic

– glue or tape

*Optional: Feathers, Beads, Stickers, Etc.


– Color the masks as you like.

– Cut them out and add any extras (feathers, beads, etc.).

– Add on elastic to wear it, or a popsicle stick to use as a holder for the mask (as we did).

DONE. I was going to back the dragons masks with construction paper to make them slightly sturdier, but Murphy struck and we were out of glue. This goes to show you that you can always improvise!

I love how unique their projects always turn out. My youngest dragon insisted that his popsicle stick go in the middle.

My oldest dragon is about to the point where the crafts and activities I like to plan aren’t “cool enough” anymore. Whatever that means! (Also, miss thing’s face in this picture cracks me up).

Make sure to tag me on Insta if you make masks of your own!

Do you have any Mardi Gras traditions? Share below!

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