Make it a festive Cinco de Mayo with fun piñatas and colorful Mexican-inspired decorations!
Baile folklorico is a traditional Latin American dance emphasizing local cultures.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by making a version of a Mexican papel amate (bark paper) painting, substituting a brown paper bag for boiled bark.
Kids can create a fabulous sombrero and chili-themed paper garland to decorate the walls during a Cinco de Mayo fiesta. Just a few easy steps and your family's party is ready to go!
This goodies-filled Stretch is sure to be a hit at your Toy Story-themed party. Instead of whacking the piñata, guests pull strings to release a hidden trapdoor!
When your kids are finished making this pretty little fish, they may not have the heart to demolish their handiwork! Never fear. Just pour the candy and treats from her mouth.
Instructions for creating a piñata that looks like a smiling sun.
These adorable little sombreros make fun table decorations for your Cinco de Mayo celebration! Make one or several for south of the border fun.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your very own sombrero to wear for the festivities! Decorate this Mexican hat however you choose to make it your very own style.