What a wonderful way to save money for your next celebration…by making a DIY Pinata yourself. It’s really easy to make, and if you have all the supplies right at home…then why not do it yourself? DIY Pinata Party Ideas! I’ve seen the prices on Pinatas at party stores and other retailers, some of the prices are very expensive! The Pinatas that are relatively cheaper ($35) are either not what you envisioned, are not the right theme, or aren’t aesthetically pleasing. While other pinatas are almost $50 dollars…yeah! I know right!?! For something that is going to be destroyed so your party goers can get the treasures inside, and ultimately end up in the trash. Well I don’t know about you but I do NOT plan on throwing away $50. With my trusty DIYer’s by my side we will create a DIY Pinata before paying that kind of cash for a party game/decoration!
DIY Pinatas with cones and streamers!
DIY Super Hero Pinata
DIY Shark Pinata
DIY Monsters Inc Pinata Sulley– via Red Ted Art
DIY Mini Pinata
DIY Cinco de Mayo Paper Plate Pinata – via Kids Activities Blog
DIY Ninja Turtle Pinata
Gender Reveal DIY Pinata
Wedding Cake DIY Pinata
DIY Halloween Spider Pinata – via Preschool Powol Packets
Olaf DIY Pinata
DIY Birthday Pinata– via Living Well Spending Less
DIY Mini Pyramid Shaped Pinata
DIY Soccer World Cup Pinata– via Here come the Girls
Such a cute idea for soccer!
Minnie Mouse DIY Pinata
Easy DIY Owl Pinata– via Red Ted Art
DIY Spiderman Pinata
DIY Minnie Mouse Birthday Pinata– via Crafty Moms Share
DIY Curious George Pinata
DIY Princess Pinata
10 Things to put inside a Pinata that is NOT Candy- via Educator’s Spin on it
Who’s ready to save money and create a kid friendly craft with the kids. This is a great activity to keep the children busy and teach them something in the process. We’re teaching life skills everyday and DIY is definitely going to be in our children’s arsenal of knowledge! Just following a few easy tasks, you can make a authentic DIY pinata to match any theme! These pinatas are kid tested and mother approved. You can see after 50+ wild children hit this one, it still was in tact which is more than I can say for store bought Pinatas that cost $50-60 dollars. Please leave a comment below and Subscribe to this blog for FREE DIY ideas and updates!