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Family-Friendly Flatbread Tacos Recipe {+ Fiesta Inspired Decor & Free Printables!}

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Happy Thursday! I’ve got some fun news to share with you guys today about a different sort of project we’ve been quietly working on over here for the past couple months! ;)

Krusteaz® recently asked me to collaborate with them on a creative campaign starring their brand new Flatbread Mixes. The creative concepting & prep work has been happening for a while, and then a few weeks ago their team came to our house and shot a handful of DIY videos that will be released intermittently over the next several months. Each video has a totally different theme and features a simple, yet tasty flatbread recipe (who says everything we eat needs to be super complicated, right?!) + matching party decor ideas and DIY projects. Oh ya… can’t forget to mention the free printables too. :)

Theme #1 – Flatbread Tacos + Fiesta Inspired Fun!

I’m excited to share the first video with you today, which is centered around a family-friendly taco night with a creative twist. The Flatbread Tacos recipe is very straightforward (& super tasty!), but seeing it in video form should give you a good understanding of how to work with the flatbread dough. At the bottom of this post, you’ll also find links to the DIY decor projects and free party printables. I hope you enjoy them!

P.S. I’d also like to say a special thank you to Krusteaz® – it’s been an honor to work with such a wonderful company, and I look forward to working with them again next week at the IFBC!

fiesta succulent centerepieces

The Tablescape

My inspiration for the fiesta tablescape started with what looks like the “table runner” – but is actually a $14 scarf from Target! I just loved the color palette of the scarf, which ended up setting the tone the entire table and the printables as well. I also never pass up the chance to break out the aqua blue mason jars. ;)

Washi tape and tissue fringe were my other key element – they dressed up everything from tin cans and bottles to the DIY cork placemats!

DIY fiesta party decor

taco night dinner recipe

colorful fiesta tablescape and place setting

Tissue fringe banners are such a great way to add a big splash of color to the background! Added bonus: they are super inexpensive! Check out the tutorial here.

DIY tissue fringe garland

More elements that got a quick washi tape makeover: plain plastic tea lights & terracotta pots! Don’tcha just love this stuff? ;)

washi tape decor ideas for a fiesta

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Here’s a preview of all the fiesta party printables, which you can download below…ENJOY!

fiesta party free printables from HWTM

fiesta party free printables from HWTM

fiesta party free printables from HWTM

DOWNLOAD THE FREE PRINTABLES:

4×6 Signs
Party Circles
Party Flags
– Patterned Paper

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

8 responses to “Family-Friendly Flatbread Tacos Recipe {+ Fiesta Inspired Decor & Free Printables!}”

  1. Liz says:

    So great, can’t wait to make those tacos! I love the party decorations and the fun printables!

  2. Lilly Deane says:

    I love tacos! Seriously, I will make one today. Thanks for sharing it and also amazing table setting you got there. So bright and colorful. :)

  3. Loved the video Jenn, great job!! And I will definitely be giving these a try, it looks like a great way to get the kids involved in making dinner. :)

  4. Leslie says:

    What a fun fiesta! And those tacos look so yummy! Thanks for including the free printables, too! I can’t wait to make some flatbread on my own!

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