Cinco de Mayo Party DIYs

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Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday celebrating the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, however, in the United States and around the world this day celebrates the rich Mexican culture and history. It’s a joyous day filled with games, vivid color, and delicious food. If you would like to plan your own Cinco de Mayo party, these DIYs will definitely take your festivities up a notch! 

Mini Pinatas from One Charming PartyEverything is better when it’s mini, right? Make these personalized pinatas from One Charming Party, and avoid those misguided bats!

Confetti Pop Fiesta Napkin RingsIf you want to infuse a little bit of Latin flavor into your party, make these fringed napkin rings from Confetti Pop!

Maracas from There Is Beauty All AroundMake music with these beautiful maracas from There Is Beauty All Around!  Made out of paper mache, these little instruments are also works of art!

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Punched Paper Fan from Oh My CreativeWhen it comes to paper crafts, Jordan of Oh Happy Day is a pro. We included not one, but two of her festive paper DIYs that are certain to cause celebration this Cinco de Mayo!

How will YOU be celebrating Cinco de Mayo this year?

 

 

 

5 comments on “Cinco de Mayo Party DIYs

  1. Ramona Ivan says:

    Love the napkin ring and chili pepper but they are all awesome!!!

  2. christaufe says:

    Happy I saw this post! I think it’d be a great idea to have little pinatas around outside during my graduation party : )

  3. Andi says:

    Reblogged this on beets & okra and commented:
    Look at these great Cinco de Mayo paper crafts from M&J Trimming. This makes me want to take a siesta to get ready for the fiesta.

    Happy Cinco de Mayo everyone!!!

  4. Andi says:

    These are great. I reblogged this at beetsandokra.com. Who’s ready for the party? Looks like a lot of fun.

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