Italic Monogram Pinata DIY
It is no secret I have a tiny obsession with piñatas. But sometimes I think it is a shame to hit them to pieces because they are so pretty. Lately I’ve been using them a little differently, as presents. I make a smallish piñata (about 11″ tall) and then fill it with treats then give them to a friend for a birthday or special occasion. I love them because it doesn’t take much time 1-2 hours (an evening of movie watching) and they feel really special to give. One of my friends even keeps hers on her desk year round as decoration.
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Step 1: Download and print out a letter and cut it out.
Step 2: Cut open the empty cereal boxes.
Step 3: Trace your letter onto the cereal box and cut out a front, repeat this step for the back of the letter as well.
Step 4: Cut out several three inch strips of the cereal box.
Step 5: Glue the strips along the edges of the letter (use the quick drying tacky glue), use tape to hold in place while the glue dries.
Step 6: Once the entire edge of the letter has been covered, glue the back in place and use tape to hold it in place while the glue dries.
Step 7: Cover the outside of the letter in crepe paper. Cut a 1 inch section of crepe paper and cut fringe on one side. Unroll the section and starting on one side of the piñata add a layer of glue and then crepe paper wrapping the paper around the letter. Repeat until the entire piñata is covered.
Step 8: Hang with twine.
See all the other pinatas in our series by clicking here.
Coordinated by Stacy Wichelhaus
Crafting by Jessica Heywood
Assisted by Harper Casimiro
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