How to make a pinata for a childrens party
How to make a pinata that looks like a store bought one
I did this a few times for my own parties, or just for the heck of it when I was younger. I got some cardboard and cut it in half (it's too thick if you use the whole thing) wet it, made it the shape I wanted (make sure you leave a hole to put the candy in). Let it dry. Fill with candy. Cover hole with extra cardboard. Let that dry, and then paint it
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