We're excited to bring you a new post from mother and actress Tori Spelling and her ediTORIal by Tori Spelling  blog. This week, Tori shares a Cinco de Mayo craft  from her friend Jenny from Craft that Party .
 Hi, it's Jenny from Craft That Party  here to help you celebrate Cinco de Mayo, the DIY  way! Today I'm making Mexican Serape Bottle Covers that can be used as beverage cozies, decorations, or place settings at your next fiesta.
- glass bottle
- various colors of crepe paper
- glue stick
Measure and mark a 3″ x 10″ rectangle on a piece of paper and 1-3/4″ circle in the middle, as shown. Cut out rectangle, fold in half on the dotted line and cut out circle.
Cut out approximately (10) 5″ pieces of crepe paper in various festive colors. Gather all 10 pieces together, fold in half. Fringe by cutting slits into the crepe paper, leave the top 1″ uncut.
Starting at the bottom, use a glue stick to glue crepe paper layers to the front of the serape. Leave overhanging ends unglued at this point. Stop your layers at the dotted middle line. Turn your serape over. Fold over the extra crepe paper and glue ends to the inside of your serape. Re-cut your middle circle through the crepe paper. When the glue is dry, place serape cover over a dry glass bottle.
Add a festive mustache to your glass bottle. Either print a mustache (using a free printable such as this one from Boutique By Design ) or personalize it first by inserting text to mustache using an editing program such as PicMonkey . Print and attach mustache to the bottle with tape or glue dots.
Happy Cinco de Mayo everyone!
More great reads from Tori Spelling :
- Spring-inspired mason jars 
- Ginger, mint, and lemon-infused water for a refreshing drink 
- Peanut butter and coconut balls the whole family will love