By Dani Sneed, Josie Fonseca
Photographed by Mary Cappellini
Follow along with these easy steps as a boy and girl demonstrate the Latino tradition of making cascarones. These confetti-filled eggs are fun to make and break!
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About the Creators
was born in Bloomington, Indiana. She currently works as a part-time writer and substitute science teacher. While making confetti eggs, Dani got a surprise when Josie broke one on her head. Dani lives in Humble, Texas, with her husband and their three children, plus a dog, a bird, and two gerbils.
was born in Sinton, Texas. After a career as a respiratory therapist, Josie became a full-time mom and writer. Josie enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and baking. She lives in Kingwood, Texas, with her husband, their two children, and three pets, which include a dog, a turtle, and a fish.
was born in Los Angeles, California. She is an educational consultant specializing in teacher training and staff development. Mary has written, photographed, and translated many children’s books. Mary lives in Newport Beach, California, with her husband, their three daughters, and their pet rabbit Blanco.