25 Pinata!



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Ever since putting together my first piñata earlier this year, I’ve been wanting to make another. Mike’s recent birthday was the perfect opportunity to try out this number piñata tutorial (I am completely inspired by Oh Happy Day’s Piñata series, by the way!). The numbers were really simple to put together and, since we still have boxes left over from our move, we had plenty of scrap cardboard to use. While the fringe took longer to attach, a little background music made it a relaxing experience.

Mike’s birthday has passed, but the piñatas still are in tact since I’m a little sad about smashing them. For now, we’re just displaying them on our coffee table! Maybe I’ll be ready to destroy them when my 25th birthday comes around….

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12 Responses to 25 Pinata!

  1. Gloria says:

    They’re definitely too cute to destroy – love the colors you used!

  2. jvar says:

    Ah, cute!

  3. jaclyn ~ these are amazing girlfriend!! you did such an awesome job!! and it would be a shame to have to break them open wouldn’t it? unless there’s something really worth it inside ;) ;)
    xx ~ ks

  4. oh my gosh that is awesome. be sure to use them!!

  5. Erin Lian says:

    They look so so good!! I love them – totally see why they would be hard to smash! <3

  6. gabrielle says:

    omg that looks like so much fun!! what will you stuff them with?!

  7. Cara says:

    Well done Jaclyn, I saw Jen from Jen Loves Kev did this for her daughter. I love your cheery colors!

  8. Donaville says:

    So fun and festive. This turned out fabulously!

  9. Pinata says:

    this is SUCH a cute idea and is pretty cool!! I really loved the pinata.

  10. Great idea and tutorial! i love it very much.

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  12. Stacy says:

    Great tutorial and lovely idea…I’ve featured them on my list of 35 favourite homemade piñatas… http://www.stylemyparty.co.uk/blog/35-pinata-tutorials-diy/ Stacy :)

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