Handprint Mardi Gras Mask

Easy Mardi Gras Handprint mask for kids to make.

Get your hands ready for this great Handprint Mardi Gras Mask created by the FreeKidsCrafts Team. Great for your own special Mardi Gras Parade and perfect for a preschool craft project. The kids always love anything that has their handprint on it and so do Moms. This handprint craft is not as messy as the ones with paint and is great as a project to help with cutting skills.


The first Mardi Gras parades began in the 1800s, and the king of the parade became a regular symbol of the festivities. Mardi Gras was declared a legal holiday in Louisiana in 1875. Source: Study.com – Mardi Gras Lesson for Kids: History & Facts

  • Yellow, Green and Purple Card Stock
  • Jumbo Craft Stick
  • Tacky Glue
  • Scissors
  • Thick Black Marker
  1. Use the printable below to print a mask on yellow card stock. You can also print one on purple to add color for the flowers.
  2. Cut out the mask.
  3. Cut out the flowers.
  4. Using the picture above for reference, glue flowers to the mask.
  5. Trace around both hands with thick black marker on purple and on green. Cut out.
  6. Glue to the back of the mask to look like feathers.
  7. Glue on craft stick.
Patterns, Templates and Printables

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