Balero and 9 other Cinco de Mayo crafts for kids!

This Cinco de Mayo craft doubles as game: balero, an ancient Mexican challenge where your kids try to hike the ball into the cup. And the cool thing is, it's made out of a recycled Keurig Cup and other items lying around your house.

Zihautanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico! Oh, los colores de México! - PointsandTravel.com I still love Mexico despite all its shortcomings.  Mexico is sort of like that long, lost cousin, that you never really forget.  She stays deep in your memory and down into your soul.  She seeps quietly into your heart and then, the next time you see her, a long, long time from now, you immediately get that good old feeling back again.  She stays with you forever.

Zihuatanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico!

Zihuatanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico! Oh, los colores de México!

Guanajuato, Mexico

A modern day woman full of life and fancy. Cherishing the moments of whimsy and delight to full fascination. A dreamer of hope and romance in a Crazy Beautiful World.

Zihautanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico! Oh, los colores de México! - PointsandTravel.com

Zihuatanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico!

Zihuatanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico! Oh, los colores de México!

Restaurante Colores de México en Planetocio, Villalba (Madrid, Spain) - ROTULACION A MANO

Restaurante Colores de México en Planetocio, Villalba (Madrid, Spain) - ROTULACION A MANO

Zihautanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico! Oh, los colores de México! - PointsandTravel.com I still love Mexico despite all its shortcomings.  Mexico is sort of like that long, lost cousin, that you never really forget.  She stays deep in your memory and down into your soul.  She seeps quietly into your heart and then, the next time you see her, a long, long time from now, you immediately get that good old feeling back again.  She stays with you forever.

Zihuatanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico!

Oh, los colores de México!

Zihautanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico! Oh, los colores de México! - PointsandTravel.com I still love Mexico despite all its shortcomings.  Mexico is sort of like that long, lost cousin, that you never really forget.  She stays deep in your memory and down into your soul.  She seeps quietly into your heart and then, the next time you see her, a long, long time from now, you immediately get that good old feeling back again.  She stays with you forever.

Zihuatanejo: Oh, the colors of Mexico!

Oh, los colores de México!

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