Printable DIY Carnival headpieces: four bright and bold eye catching designs, perfect for completing your carnival outfit. Each template includes an easy-to-follow photo tutorial and coloring-in options too!
Easy to assemble, all four diy printable carnival headdresses come with matching carnival necklaces. The PDF templates include simple to follow photo instructions to help you assemble your carnival costume.
Your purchase also includes black and white versions to color in, so that you can choose your own color ways! Make your own carnival as a family craft or classroom project – adult supervision required, as little ones will need a bit of help putting these together.
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4 amazing carnival designs with bright and bold colors. Print out the headdress of your choice and join the carnival celebration!
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Adding sequins, gems and other materials to the carnival crowns is a great way to make each carnival outfit more personal. You can also mix and match the templates to make your own headdress designs. Have fun!
4 printable Carnival Headpieces.
YOUR PURCHASE OF 9 HIGH RESOLUTION (300 dpi) PDF FILES features the following Happythought templates/patterns:
1) Trinidad carnival headpiece templates + instructions
2) Mazatlan carnival headpiece templates + instructions
3) Mardi Gras carnival headpiece templates + instructions
4) Rio carnival headpiece templates + instructions
5) Trinidad color in headpiece templates
6) Mazatlan color in headpiece templates
7) Mardi Gras color in headpiece templates
8) Rio color in headpiece templates
9) Carnival headpiece fastening strip templates
Trinidad Carnival headpiece and necklace templates + instructions
Mazatlan Carnival headpiece crown and necklace templates + instructions
Mardi Gras Carnival headpiece crown and necklace templates + instructions
Rio Carnival headpiece and necklace templates + instructions
Trinidad Carnival color in headpiece templates
Mazatlan Carnival color in headpiece templates
Mardi Gras Carnival color in headpiece templates
Rio Carnival color in printable headpiece templates
Carnival headpiece fastening strip templates
Traditionally, Carnival is a season or festival of merrymaking before Lent. A chance to let your hair down before a period of abstinence!
These events are an explosion of music, food, dance and costume. So why not get dressed up and participate in your local Carnival? Or get creative and stage your own diy carnival?
Any time of the year is a good time to get the sequins out and celebrate life! Use these easy diy Carnival headdress templates to create your own costumes. Add some glitter and some music and you are good to go!
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
When: 40 days before Easter, in February or March.
An estimated two million people turn out on Rio’s streets every day of the carnival to watch performances from around 200 samba schools and 300 neighbourhood street bands.
Notting Hill, London
When: Last Sunday and Monday in August.
Around one million people attend the carnival to see 50,000 performers.
Mardi Gras, New Orleans
When: The two weeks leading up to Fat Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday.
The festivities draw three quarters of a million people to The Big Easy annually.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnaval, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
When: The week before Ash Wednesday.
The eventhas performances from more than a hundred music groups, including murgas, comparsas, rondallas.
Carnevale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
Carnevale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
When: The two weeks leading up to Ash Wednesday.
Thousands attend public and private events and parties.
Trinidad & Tobago Carnival
When: Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday.
300,000 people pack into Queens Park and the national stadium.
Quebec Winter Carnival
When: The two weeks leading up to, and a handful of days after, Shrove Tuesday. World’s biggest winter festival, drawing around 500,000 visitors.
Cologne Festival, Germany
When: The week leading up to and including Shrove Tuesday.
Draws over a million visitors to the city every year.
Mazatlan Carnival, Mexico
When: The week leading up to Shrove Tuesday.
Mazatlan has the oldest major modern Carnival tradition in Mexico.
If you like these 4 Carnival crown and headpiece ideas, why not check out this article on carnival traditions and celebrations around the globe.
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