This is the second and last part of how to make your own piñata. On the first part I showed you how to make the body and how it looked after I was done with the papier mache process. After it was dried I used an X-ACTO Circle cutter to make the opening to stuff the piñata with candy.
Then I used tissue paper that I bought at Walmart 3/$1 to wrap the piñata. Then I made 4 inch stripes of snipped tissue paper and decorated it. I used Elmer’s Craftbond glue to glue the strips to the piñata.
I made this for my daughter who just turned one. Her older brothers helped create this card for her:
I am submitting this piñata to the Elmer’s Craft Challenge. I received X-ACTO and Elmer’s Products to help me create this project. If I win, I get a $1,000 charitable contribution to a national educational-based charity of my choice. I am not holding my breath for a win but three of you might get lucky! Three lucky Common Sense with Money readers will win one set of the following products to use in their own crafty creations:
4-pack Decorative Edge Scissors
Self Healing Mat
Retractable Craft Knife
Craft Swivel Knife
Scrapbooking Tape: Repositionable
Extra Strength Glue Stick
Wet & Dry Dual Tip Glue Pen
Permanent Tape Runner
To enter just leave me a comment sharing whether you are crafty or not. if you are craft let me know what you like to do.
This giveaway ends on 10/12 at 9PM EST. This giveaway is open to U.S residents 18 years and older. Emailing me is not a valid way to enter this giveaway. If you are reading this in an email click here to enter this gveaway.
This giveaway is sponsored by the Elmers. I received Elmers products to complete the challenge and three sets to giveaway. All statements are 100% my own opinion.