Cinco de Mayo Colorful Coasters WHAT YOU’LL NEED: A few shades of acrylic paint; White paperboard coasters; Papel picado banner; Waterproof sealer

Cinco de Mayo Cute Cacti WHAT YOU’LL NEED: Acrylic paint and paintbrush; Terra-cotta pot; Green sock; Sewing needle and embroidery thread (or strong fabric glue like Magna-Tac); Polyfill stuffing (at craft stores); Small dowel (optional); Contrasting fabric (optional)

Cinco de Mayo Mini-Taco Piñatas WHAT YOU’LL NEED: Yellow construction paper; Yellow tissue paper; Glue stick; Toilet paper tubes; Hot glue; Mini cupcake liners; Small treats (optional); String (optional); Yellow paper clips (optional)

Cinco de Mayo Flower Crown WHAT YOU’LL NEED: Crepe paper sheets in shades of pink, orange, and yellow; 6-inch pieces of floral wire; Floral tape; Plastic headband

Party hat, confetti and horns

decorating christmas tree

Get Into The Holiday Spirit: Christmas Crafts, Snacks, and Homemade Gifts

Get Into The Holiday Spirit: Christmas Crafts, Snacks, and Homemade Gifts

Get Into The Holiday Spirit: Christmas Crafts, Snacks, and Homemade Gifts

Get Into The Holiday Spirit: Christmas Crafts, Snacks, and Homemade Gifts

Get Into The Holiday Spirit: Christmas Crafts, Snacks, and Homemade Gifts

Get Into The Holiday Spirit: Christmas Crafts, Snacks, and Homemade Gifts

Sparkly Holiday Punches

Are you doing the holidays all wrong?

This heartbreaking Santa photo is going viral for the sentimental meaning behind it.

Dogs in Christmas costumes take on humans in Christmas costumes for the title of best dressed!

Unbelievable! One-third of parents admit to making this common holiday spending mistake. Are YOU?

It's always a good time to start a new holiday tradition with your kids. We have lots of inspiration from parents who know how to get in the holiday spirit!

YUM! Classic latkes will be the star of your Hanukkah feast this year.

Satisfy your gingerbread craving a different way—with this sweet, decadent gingerbread pudding cake. It's perfect for cozy nights by the fire or even for entertaining.

Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, Festivus, or otherwise, you'll want to add these Mini Vegetable Latkes to your holiday party menu this season!

Celebrate all eight nights of the Festival of Lights with a different craft and recipe every single day!

Giving Tuesday and the holidays both offer an opportunity to show your child how to give back.

Make these Happy Holiday Brownies two ways using this easy technique for dressing up a batch. Cut a pan of your favorite brownies into triangles or dreidel shapes. Spread the dreidels and trees with colored frosting, then use white hard-drying icing (Try our Vanilla Decorating Icing, below) to embellish them as shown. Finish the trees with a candy cane stick trunk and the dreidels with a pretzel stick handle.

Jessie James Decker shares her holiday makeup must-haves!