Beginning in January, the city of New Orleans starts a variety of festivities that culminate with Mardi Gras Day, or Fat Tuesday -- the day before Ash Wednesday and Lent. For about two weeks before Fat Tuesday, residents and visitors alike enjoy dozens of parades with imaginative floats bearing costumed party-goers, who toss colored beads and other trinkets into the cheering crowds."
Mardi Gras Queen Coloring Page
Mardi Gras Coloring Page #1
Mardi Gras Coloring Page #2 - women in costume dancing.
Mardi Gras Coloring Page #3
Mardi Gras Coloring Page #4
Mardi Gras Mask Coloring Page #1 - two masks
Mardi Gras Mask Coloring Page #2 - mask and beads
Mardi Gras Mask Coloring Page #3
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Mardi Gras Jester Coloring Page #1
Mardi Gras Jester Coloring Page #2
Mardi Gras Balloons Coloring Page
Use plenty of bright colors especially purples, greens and golds.
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