Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday or Shrove Tuesday is a carnival celebration that begins on the day of Epiphany, (the Three Kings Day) and culminates on the day before Ash Wednesday. Meaning ‘Fat Tuesday’ in French, Mardi Gras reflects the practice of eating rich and fatty foods before the fasting of the Lenten season. This ritual, holiday or cultural phenomenon dates back to thousands of years and is celebrated in hundreds of countries, especially those countries dominated by Roman Catholic populations. Since this holiday is just around the corner, we decided to come up with a compilation of free printable Mardi Gras coloring pages. We’ve even included Mardi Gras 2018 coloring pages for you. So check out our collection of Mardi Gras coloring sheets below.
Printable Mardi Gras Coloring Pages:
A Beautiful Lady Donning Mardi Gras Mask:
Here’s a beautiful coloring page of a woman donning Mardi Gras mask. You can color it in traditional Mardi Gras colors to make it pop out.
Mardi Gras Coloring Pages For Adults:
This Mardi Gras coloring page, featuring a wonderfully detailed mask is just perfect for adults. They will definitely enjoy filling colors in the fine lines and edges.
Mardi Gras Beads Coloring Pages:
Here’s a coloring page of the famous Mardi Gras throws or beads. These beads are generally green, purple and gold in color, so we would suggest you use these colors for these beads as well.
Free Printable Mardi Gras Coloring Page:
Here’s a proper Mardi Gras coloring page, with fine details. This mask looks beautiful anyway, and would look even better when filled with colors.
Happy Mardi Gras Coloring Page:
Here’s an adorable clown wishing you all a very happy Mardi Gras. Since this coloring page has a clown, we’d suggest you use bright and vibrant shades for coloring it.
M For Mask Coloring Page:
This M for Mask coloring page is just perfect for preschoolers. In fact, we’ve got this coloring sheet especially for them because we don’t want them to be left alone while the big ones celebrate the holiday.
Mardi Gras 2018 Coloring Page:
Here’s a lovely Mardi Gras 2018 coloring page for you to print out and color. It’s a relatively simple page, featuring just a mask with the wordings Happy Mardi Gras 2018 wordings below.
Mardi Gras Adult Coloring Page:
Here’s a lovely Mardi Gras coloring page for your teens and adults. It features a boa, a mask and a sprig of leaves. Each of the elements is finely detailed.
Woman Distributing Mardi Gras Beads:
Here’s a coloring page of a woman distributing Mardi Gras beads. We wonder who will be the lucky one to get these beads.
Mardi Gras Celebration Coloring Page:
This sassy Mardi Gras coloring page features a young woman enjoying herself to the fullest in the carnival. We can see that she has collected a lot of beads. And balloons and confetti are lying around too.
Mardi Gras New Orleans Celebrations:
This coloring page displays the Mardi Gras parade of New Orleans. Historians believe that the first Mardi Gras in America took place in 1699. They held a small celebration in New Orleans and dubbed the place as Point du Mardi Gras.
Mardi Gras Clown Coloring Page:
Here’s a coloring page of the jester or clown who are generally seen in Mardi Gras parades. This clown is carrying a mask in one hand and a musical instrument in the other. We can even see the fireworks in the background.
Children Celebrating Mardi Gras:
This coloring page shows two kids, a boy, and a girl, celebrating Mardi Gras. The boy is dressed as a jester, and the girl is dressed in an elaborate gown. It seems they’re present at a party.
Lobster Ready For The Party:
Not just men and women, boys and girls, but even lobster is all set to rock the Mardi Gras carnival. The lobster is asking the Mister to throw him something. Is he asking for some more beads? He already has lots of it.
Mardi Grass Full Face Mask Coloring Page:
Here’s another beautiful and detailed coloring page of a full face Mardi Gras mask. How about coloring it online and printing out on a card stock paper to create a mask for yourself? It will make a fun Mardi Gras activity too!
Kids With Clown:
In this coloring page, we see a group of kids with a Mardi Gras clown. The kids seem to be enjoying themselves thoroughly! Two of the kids are dressed up as the Wise Kings who visited Jesus at the time of his birth.
Mardi Gras Fact Coloring Page:
This isn’t any ordinary Mardi Gras coloring page. It states some fact about this festival too! This Mardi Gras coloring page states that purple, gold, and green are the traditional colors of Mardi Gras because its associated with the Three Wise Men. It also says that the festival attracts visitors from all over the world.
Mardi Gras Jester Coloring Page:
This Mardi Gras Jester is looking really terrifying, perhaps because of his extra-long nails or fingers. Probably, giving him some colors might make it a less fearful.
Elegance Of India Float:
This Mardi Gras float or parade displays the elegance of India. This thoroughly detailed coloring page features peacocks, Lord Ganesh, the royal Bengal tiger and an elaborate, palace like setting.
Mardi Gras Jester Coloring Page:
Here’s another Mardi Gras jester coloring page, but it’s a bit different and unique as the clown looks more like Harley Quinn to us. The evil grin further cements our feeling.
Mardi Gras King Cake Coloring Page:
Here’s a coloring page of Mardi Gras king cake, a gold, purple and green cake associated with the festival of Epiphany. This colorful cake is usually filled with pecans, cinnamon, sugar and sometimes, even a plastic baby.
Elaborate Mardi Gras Mask Coloring Page:
Here’s another elaborate Mardi Gras mask, complete with feathers, stones and ribbons. We’d suggest all you little artists to use glitters and sequins for decorating this mask. It will look wonderful.
A Woman Ready For Mardi Gras Carnival:
Here’s a beautiful coloring page of a young woman dressed beautifully for the Mardi Gras carnival. She has beautified her hair, is wearing a mask and is carrying a foldable fan for added effect.
Mardi Gras Mask Coloring Page:
Really sorry if you think we are boring you with Mardi Gras mask coloring page. We can’t really help it if masks coloring pages are so popular with the kids. At least the wording in this coloring pages is different.
Mardi Gras Parade, Mexican Day Of The Dead;
Here’s a thoroughly detailed Mardi Gras parade coloring page featuring Mexico’s Day of the Dead. Since this image has real fine lines, we’d advise you to use color pencils or felt pens for this coloring page.
Kids Excited For Mardi Gras Parade:
These kids look extremely excited for the Mardi Gras parade. They are traveling in the jester float and are decked in cool masks and costumes. The kids are also carrying beads in hands and you’ll have to try really hard to get it from them.
Mardi Gras Printable:
This is a fairly simple Mardi Gras printable, featuring two masks. Usually, these kind of images are displayed outside theaters. So kids who are into arts must definitely print it out.
Mardi Gras Mask Coloring Page:
This coloring page features a lovely mask with thick lines. This mask is a bit different and unique as it looks like a wolf. We’d suggest you to print it out so that you can create a real mask from it.
Mardi Gras Coloring Page For Adults:
This coloring page, featuring a woman dressed elaborate with mask and feathers, is perfect for adults. We totally love the detailing of this coloring page and would definitely suggest you all try it.
Venetian Mask Coloring Page:
Here’s another neat, yet detailed mask coloring page for you all.
Mardi Gras Doodle:
This coloring page features a lovely Mardi Gras Doodle, with a beautiful mask sitting pretty on the letter ‘M’. The doodle on ‘Gras’ is looking trippy, but the stars are handling it well.
Couple Enjoying Mardi Gras Carnival:
This coloring page features a fun loving couple enjoying the Mardi Gras carnival. The festivity has got them in high spirits.
We hope you liked our list of free printable Mardi Gras coloring pages. All these Mardi Gras coloring sheets are beautiful, and we really can’t select a single one. If you are facing the same dilemma, we’d ask you to print out all these Mardi Gras coloring pages. They’re worth it. And don’t forget to check out our Martin Luther King Jr coloring pages too.