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Make Cascarones: A Mexican Easter Tradition

By Jaime Morrison Curtis |

Cascarones are festive eggs filled with confetti, ready to be smooshed over heads and make glorious messes. Kids love ‘em and they make a great alternative to plastic eggs for your egg-hunting pleasure. Find out how to make or where to buy ‘em after the jump…

Learn how to make Cascarones (its way easier than you think) at Prudent Baby.

Or you can buy them for .24 cents each here: Amols.

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About Jaime Morrison Curtis


Jaime Morrison Curtis

Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), founding editor at Prudent Baby, LA Kids Editor at DailyCandy, and mother to three-year-old Scarlet Jane. Read bio and latest posts → Read Jaime's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “Make Cascarones: A Mexican Easter Tradition

  1. DAphne says:

    nice… those things are fun! especially to crack on heads!

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