Posts Tagged ‘Mardi Gras Masks’

Feather Masquerade Masks

Feather Masquerade Masks

Feather Masquerade Masks

Feather Masquerade Masks

Feathers have marked their significance form decorating to designing purposes. Colorful feathers make snazzy d├ęcor and feathers with natural hue can give rustic look to the venue or your home. With a bit of creativity one can come up with beautiful decoration which can add grace to the any item or the venue. Apart from natural color bleached or dyed feathers are also available in market. There are different feathers available like rooster, goose, ostrich, peacock, duck feathers etc which can be used for adorning centerpieces, tables, costumes and much more.

Now day’s they are making Read the rest of this entry »

Mardi Gras Masks

Mardi Gras Masks

Mardi Gras Masks

Mardi Gras Masks

Masquerade ball masks are worn at many different formal functions, including proms, seasonal dances, and even Mardi Gras. These masks are often highly ornate and feature many unique designs. However, many people have limited incomes so they can not afford to purchase masks that are highly decorated. Fortunately, making your own masquerade ball masks is not terribly difficult or expensive.

There are few materials that one will need to acquire in order to begin making a mask. The first is a basic white plastic mask. One will also need some sequins, feathers, and whatever other decorative Read the rest of this entry »

Party Masks

Party Masks

Party Masks

Party Masks

Mardi Gras is a celebration that begins in different regions of the world on or around Epiphany and ends on Fat Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. It is marked by wild excess and behavior that would be considered unacceptable by normal standards. Therefore, people go about in disguises and costumes with their skin painted and/or wearing Mardi Gras masks.

These masks are often based on the masquerade masks that have been around for over 6 centuries. They are highly decorated with feathers and sequins. Some are worn tied to the Read the rest of this entry »