Elena of Avalor, Celebrations to Remember DVD Giveaway and DIY Dia de Muertos Mask

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I love Elena of Avalor, not only because she’s the only Disney Latina princess, but because she’s courageos and never gives up, her strength is a Latina quality I love! That’s why I’m excited to let you know that the beloved Disney Channel series ELENA OF AVALOR returns this fall with a brand new Disney DVD!

The new DVD brings four celebration-themed episodes along with two bonus episodes!  Elena, Her Family and Friends,  Honor the Past, Rejoice in the Present  and Greet the Future with Music, Laughter and Love! Elena of Avalor, Celebration to Remember arrives on Disney DVD September 12th and Includes Four Celebration Themed Episodes, Plus Two Bonus Episodes  and a FREE Exclusive Elena Locket! 

Watch a clip of A Day to Remember song:

Join Crown Princess Elena, along with her family and friends, as they honor the past, rejoice in the present and greet the future with music, laughter and love. Whether celebrating Navidad, Dia de los Muertos or Carnaval, new and older traditions alike play a part. And even though everyone doesn’t always agree on the best way to get the party started, one thing is perfectly clear: holidays aren’t about what you do; they’re about the special people you spend them with!

To celebrate the release of Elena of Avalor, Celebrations to Remember DVD I decided to make an carnival/Dia de Muertos mask, it’s very easy and a great activity for the kids, here’s what to do:

As you can see, I used very simple materials and made it super easy, It took me less than 30 minutes and it looks great!

As a Latina, I love when Disney celebrates our Latino traditions so I’m giving away (3) copies of the Elena of Avalor, Celebrations to Remember DVD.

All you have to do is comment below telling me; What’s your family’s favorite Latino tradition and why?

Giveaway will be open until midnight on September 19th, 2017 , winners have 24 hours to respond before another winner is selected. Mus be U.S resident and 21 years or older. Good luck!








  1. My favorite Latino celebration that I celebrate with my kids is El Dia de los Reyes. I also love el dia del nino. It’s great keeping these traditions in my family lives so that they can be closer to our culture.

  2. My family’s favorite Latino tradition is Independence Day. This is because we cook some traditional dishes such as Sopes, Pozole, Birria, Mole and delicious enchiladas to share with family and friends. We also play some mariachi songs as well as Cumbias Rgabjs for the chance to win such an amazing giveaway.


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