Cinco de Mayo is celebrated in the United States on May 5th as a celebration of Mexican – American culture. While not really observed in Mexico, there is some significance to the date. It commemorates the Mexican Army’s victory over the French forces at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. In the U.S. we certainly enjoy chips and salsa whatever day they are served!
Fiesta Sombrero and Maracas
- Paper Plate, yellow
- Plastic Disposable Cup, Orange
- Tacky Glue
- Poms (assorted colors)
- 2-Plastic Easter Eggs
- 4-Plastic Spoons
- Pipe Cleaners, red, white and green
- Washi Tape
Fill the Easter eggs with rice and place in-between 2 spoons. Using the washi tape, tape the spoons together tightly around the handles to secure the eggs.
Next, take the 3 pipe cleaners and wrap around the plastic cup and twist to fit snug.
Glue 8 poms around the top edge of the plate, every 2” or so.
Glue the cup, open side down, to the center of the plate.
Serve chips in your sombrero with some salsa on the side.
What an attractive display for a little party!