February 20, 2012

Mardi Gras project

Back from a trip to the beach, LOVE the beach, and getting my craft on on Sunday night.  Tuesday I'm having a little Mardi Gras party at work during our lunch hour.  I couldn't set up last week and take photo's to share with you all because where we're having the little fizzy party was not available last week.  But I can share with you a project I worked on as I enjoyed some chocolate wine and stuffed my face with too many mini red velvet cupcakes :)


                 Take these plain looking Dollar Tree masks (6 for $1)


                                                          Add some glittery fun


                                          Ta-Da! Jazzed up Mardi Gras masks


Doesn't the mask look SO much better all glitterfied. Just don't drink too much chocolate wine while making these ;)  You might end up with more glitter on you than on the mask hee hee

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  1. Like I always say, "everything is better with glitter." Those turned out great!

    ~TheMistressT

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    1. Thank you TheMistressT. I had fun making them.

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  2. Love the masks. Could have used them this weekend, went to Mardi Gras party. Love the glitter!

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    1. Thank you! Pin away for next years Mardi Gras. I have never been to a Mardi Gras party. This is my 1st year throwing one.

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  3. Sooo cool!! Love how you bling-ed up that mask! :)

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    1. Thank you Bird :) I had fun playing with glitter. It made the masks POP!

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  4. Great idea! Will be fun to try something like that. So many possibilities! (Henrow... I was too impatient to figure all this out! Not intending to be "Anonymous")

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    1. Ahh, Henrow, Anonymous with your signature is great. TheMistressT always signs in anonymous with her signature. Just pleased to see your comment :) Sorry you missed the party at work.

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