Cinco de Mayo is one of my favorite holidays! I just love the colors and fun patterns. Not to mention I love the food! I started with some common Mexican symbols. I think most people I know have tried to break open a pinata, have had a spicy jalapeno pepper, and have worn a sombrero. I picked up the pinata cookie cutter here. Some of the less known symbols are the pink and blue Papel Picado Banner in the upper corners. I used a large rectangle cut in half with a scalloped cutter.
For a long time I have wanted a Mexican Embroidered Floral Dress since my honeymoon in 2009. I was going to shop for one in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. However Hurricane Jimena had other plans. We were forced to stay in our room for a few days as she blew past.
I just recently scored a dress at a Clothing-Swap party with my Yoga lady friends! I made sure to sport it today. I used this cookie cutter make the colorful dresses.
Kyle's favorite non-micro brew is Corona. He loves the light, crisp and refreshing taste. It's not summer until you have a corona in your hand! I used this beer bottle cutter. I added some lime cookies since limes make Coronas taste even better! For the limes in the beer bottles I hand cut them and added them on before baking. You can't celebrate Cinco De Mayo with out a margarita or a combination of the two a beer-garita. I used this margarita glass cutter.