Mardi Gras Bead Wreath Tutorial
This is a project that I dreamed up after last year's Mardi Gras parades here in Louisiana. We collect so many beads and had such a great time with friends, but I had no idea what to do with the beads once I got them home! I just couldn't throw them away, so I made a wreath out of them. In the past year, I've made or taught someone else how to make this wreath 5 times and the craft club that I coordinate will be making them in 2 weeks. So many people like the idea and ask me how to make it…
Mardi Gras Wreath - Ornament Wreath • Deep Fried Kudzu
This weekend, I made this year’s Mardi Gras wreath! It took a little time – and a lot of hot glue, but it turned out really nice. See what you think! Supplies: styrofoam wreath (I used the biggest one they had at Michael’s) Krylon spray paint in purple, green, or gold globe ornaments (I got … Continue reading "Mardi Gras Wreath – Ornament Wreath"
Decorating For Mardi Gras • Deep Fried Kudzu
Yay! It’s time to decorate for Mardi Gras! The first thing I started with was making a Mardi Gras feather wreath for the front door: I took a large wire wreath-form (there weren’t any styrofoam ones at Hobby Lobby this big), two mardi gras feather boas, some floral wrapping tape, and some clear string to … Continue reading "Decorating For Mardi Gras"
Mardi Gras Madness Punch Recipe - Food.com
This is one of my mom's recipes that she made when the "girls" got together and it is great. Makes a lot about 65 1/2 cup servings
d'Anjou Poached Pear Almond Cakes and Mardi Gras Macarons - Sprinkle Bakes
Today has been a feel good day. It’s still chilly outside, but the sun has been bright and lighting corners of my world that I nearly forgot existed. I feel downright productive. I’ve been wanting…
Recipe: Mardi Gras Milk Punch
Mardi Gras season is upon us down South (with Fat Tuesday quickly approaching), which really just means an excuse to party hard and eat more food. Well, more than usual.To be quite honest, I think the true reasons for Mardi Gras actually fall upon deaf ears. As I child, I just assumed Mardi Gras was a big party consisting of floats, masks, and moon pies. It wasn’t until later I found out what one actually had to do to earn those famous beads (the horror).