10 Cinco De Mayo Projects to Make With Your Kids TomorrowJaime Morrison Curtis
Once I got over the shock of realizing Cinco de Mayo is already tomorrow, I started to celebrate, Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow! Let the last minute fiesta crafting begin. Make a piñata out of a tissue box or fill eggs with confetti for homemade cascarones. Ever made piñata cookies before? Well, now is your chance. Get ready to celebrate with a full day of crafting and fun with these 10 Cinco de Mayo Projects to Make With Your Kids Tomorrow…
Cascarones aka Confetti Eggs 1 of 10It's not a party without confetti. Have a blast making and cracking cascarones.
Find out more at Prudent Baby.
Piñata Cookies 2 of 10Bring the piÃ±ata to the table by stashing secret candy treats inside delicious cookies.
Find out more at She Knows.
Mini Piñatas 3 of 10Put together mini piÃ±atas as party favors for your guests.
Find out more at One Charming Party.
Wooden Maracas 4 of 10colorful wooden toy maracas music percussion instrument for kid and children play on white background closeup view
Homemade Piñata 5 of 10It is easy to do and is a great addition to any Cinco de Mayo party.
Find out more at Imperfect Homemaking.
Fiesta Bouquets 6 of 10Fill your house with bouquets of colorful flowers made from cocktail napkins.
Get the tutorial at Aesthetic Nest.
Tissue Box Piñata 7 of 10This is a great last minute piÃ±ata you could make tomorrow morning.
Find out more at Studio DIY.
Papel Picado 8 of 10Get creative by making unique designs and then string them from wall to wall.
Get the tutorial at 'I Do' It Yourself.
Paper Plate Sombrero 9 of 10ou and the kids can decorate your own sombreros out of paper plates and cups.
Find out more at Kaboose.
Easter Egg Maracas 10 of 10If getting messy with paper mache is not your cup of tea reuse your Easter eggs with plastic spoons to make these quick maracas.
Get the tutorial at MADE.
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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman) and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.
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