Mardi Gras parades and balls are canceled this yr resulting from COVID-19, however Louisianans are nonetheless discovering methods to have fun. A brand new pattern that Homestyle podcast co-hosts Leigh Guidry and Joe Cunningham are loving is turning houses into floats for reverse parades and “Yardi Gras.” The self-proclaimed craft queen (Leigh) walks you thru a number of concepts and ideas so that you can leap on this bandwagon.
Episode 63: Home Floats and Mardi Gras
On this episode you will hear:
- the place the inspiration for these Yardi Gras and home floats is coming from and the enjoyable issues you’ll be able to see this Fats Tuesday;
- ideas for supplies to make use of, as a result of bear in mind, the decorations want to face up to the weather for a number of weeks;
- and concepts for themes and the place to get your supplies, from ball pit balls to low-cost masks and plastic tablecloths.
Homestyle is a podcast from The Each day Advertiser that’s all about life, household and the tales they encourage. A brand new episode is accessible every Tuesday on a number of podcast platforms — iTunes, SoundCloud, Spotify — and on The Each day Advertiser’s web site.
In every episode, Leigh and Joe focus on cooking, crafting, and different hobbies in addition to find out how to spend time with household regardless of how insanely busy life might be. The purpose of the podcast has at all times been to take a second to concentrate on what’s actually essential as a result of, on the finish of the day, household and life is extra essential than no matter distractions are happening on this planet.
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Contact Leigh at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @LeighGGuidry. Observe Joe at @JoePCunningham.
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