February 2, 2012

Free Mardi Gras Printable Stickers and Labels

Create custom Mardi Gras Beads, party favors or decorate gift packaging with our free printable stickers and labels. These Mardi Gras graphics include a crown, mask, scrolled fleur-de-lis and harlequin patterns. Similar to our other downloadable designs, you can personalize and customize the labels for a special event, party or parade.

Click on the links above to download each page. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is free here if you don't have it. To customize the Mardi Gras Labels, open the file in Acrobat Reader. You should see some highlighted boxes where you can click and type your text before printing. Or, you can simply print out the labels and write on them by hand. Only the "labels" page has customizable text.

Print these out onto 8.5"x11" sticker paper or cardstock (Avery is a good brand) with your inkjet or laser printer. Any office supply store sells both types of paper. Use a 2" circle cutter or scissors to cut out each circular design. 

We have tons of ideas on how to use our Mardi Gras labels, so here are images of what we did.

Easily personalize Mardi Gras beads with these designs! They fit perfectly onto blank discs, which you can buy separately or already attached to a bead necklace at a really affordable price (12 necklaces for only $3.40!). Available at MardiGrasOutlet.com, we used the traditional Mardi Gras colors of gold, green and purple for the beads with white blank discs. If you need more bead colors, click here

Printed onto stiff cardstock, these also make easy and festive gift tags. Use a hole-punch to make a place to thread ribbon or string through, and tie around a gift bag. We filled a purple cello bag with Mardi Gras doubloons and purple, green and gold Mardi Gras beads for a party favor that everyone can enjoy. The cello treat bags come with twist ties that you can use.

Last but not least, customizable stickers are great for drink labels. We put ours on a clear plastic hurricane glass, but this idea works for plastic party cups and glasses as well. Give your guests sharpie markers to write their name on their glass, or use the type-your-own text feature to customize for the special event.

Here are even more possibilities: 
Scrapbooking and scrapbook pages
Candy, cookie or praline packaging (click here for a DIY tutorial) 
Name tags or seating cards
Cupcake toppers by gluing to toothpicks (see examples here, and Mardi Gras cupcake recipe here)
Appetizer or buffet signs


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