May 5th is right around the corner so this week’s Linky Party is all about Cinco De Mayo inspiration. I have shared some of my favorite find’s for inexpensive crafts for party decorating, amazing recipes for party food and snazzy desserts, daring drink selections and table-scapes to make you gasp! If you have something that you would like to share that’s related in any way to Cinco De Mayo ( or anything great and unique, I’m not picky) go ahead and add your link at the bottom of this post. Be sure to tell your bloggy friends about the link party and have them join in the fun too. This blog is all about inspiring one another and I hope we have a huge turnout of creative, smart ideas from my fabulous, crafty and talented readers. I can’t wait to see what you have to share.
Try this Avocado Margarita from Cookin Canuck
I’m flipping over this adorable and inexpensive Taco Shell Garland from Grey Grey Designs. Why didn’t I think of that ?
Craft a topiary with drink umbrella’s from Craft Stylish
Check out Brown Eyed Baker for a great recipe for Margarita Cupcakes.
The Girl Who Ate Everything has a great idea by creating individual appetizers in small plastic cups. Again, why didn’t I think of that? So simple, so inexpensive and right under your nose inspiration. Love.
Set out a simple taco toppings bar. For more ideas go to Mixing Bowl Kids
Oh no she didn’t! She Knows didn’t stuff M&M’s inside a cookie. Pinch me.
Get this printable paper garland from Cakes Likes a Party
Living Locurto has modern and inspiring ideas for parties. I love the simplicity of using mason jars for beverages.
Make a batch of homemade Guacamole on a side table in front of your guests just like at a true Mexican Restaurant. More at Rabbit Food Rocks
Purtay…just Purtay. More table-scape ideas from Celebrations.com
Oh My Creative Blog has a fun idea for crafting a paper pepper party decoration. Love this to pieces.
With Style and Grace Blog has a unique idea to spice up plain popcorn with festive flare.
A great Mexican dessert…flan. But this isn’t your typical flan. It’s a Margarita Pie. Check it out here Punch Bowl