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I spied this amazing party from Fergi’s pin. Oh man, this is a party I wish I was invited to.
All photos from Another Day Up.
June 28, 20115:07 pm
I love all those colors. That’s completely awesome.
June 28, 20115:22 pm
I want to make some now
June 28, 20115:57 pm
These are so rad. Love that neon pink, so fun!
June 28, 20117:26 pm
Those look so fun! I love the colors
June 28, 20117:41 pm
What fun! They make a party. I’ve had a go at making them. They’re really easy, but mine have all been rock hard! The adults, particularly the men loved getting involved with baseball bats – only to assist the children of course! LOL!
June 28, 20117:47 pm
oh man that sure does look like fun. and those may be the best pinatas i have ever seen…
i’m literally going to make a note of this for future reference…i wonder if my condo or balcony is too small for such an activity…lol.
June 28, 20119:07 pm
Are those piñatas stuffed with confetti! I wonder if the kids were disappointed–lol. Either way, it’s definitely eye candy! Thanks for sharing!
June 29, 20115:01 am
Fabulous! Love all the glitter and razzamataz! I confess that I reckon my kids would disappointed without the lollies. They would probably cry for days… x
June 29, 20115:54 am
yah! so much fun, i remember having a pinata when i was younger at a birthday party! xoxo jillian:: stop by! i’m hosting a jewelry giveaway
June 29, 20116:30 am
Wow, what great colors and homemade confetti!!!!
June 29, 20116:33 am
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June 29, 20118:17 am
I love that they did dual pinatas! Great idea. I’m totally making my pinata for my kids birthday this year. I’m going to put confetti and GOOD candy inside =)
June 29, 20118:30 am
My sisters and I used to make piñatas like this growing up. They’re so much fun! I love the colors they painted them.
June 29, 20111:42 pm
EVERY PARTY NEEDS A PINATA! This looks amazing 😀
June 29, 20119:15 pm
Oh dear, I’m torn between the utter joy of confetti raining down on me and how annoying it must be to clean it all up afterwards. My dual personality strikes again!
jaclyn @ thelateafternoon
June 30, 20112:01 am
all the glitter and confetti in these pinatas is so festive! i can only imagine how pretty it looked watching all the glitter fly out of the pinata once it was cracked open!
June 30, 20117:34 am
Wow! I have a soft spot for pinatas, and that one is seriously GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!
June 30, 201110:13 am
Hi, just discovered your lovely blog! Magnificient ideas!! a big kiss
la fille de la plage
July 6, 20115:08 am
this is great ! thank you for sharing our birthday party !
July 6, 20111:39 pm
I actually enjoy hitting this lol.
July 7, 201110:35 pm
Really enjoy reading this and i really like the spotty painting I might try it. Thanks!
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