This simple Frozen pinata is just the thing to complete a Frozen theme party. I've seen some stunning home-made pinatas on the Internet but they are way too complicated to get little kids involved in. This Frozen pinata was made with substantial help from a soon-to-be 3 year old so it is suitable for even the youngest of children.
The finished Frozen pinata
In the months leading up to the party, keep an eye out for Frozen pictures that you can cut out and use. I used pictures from an Easter gift as well as a book of Frozen stickers from a $2 shop.
This pinata will take a while to make, due to drying time between layers, so make sure you start a few weeks out from the party. This one took seven separate sessions to make.
To make a pinata to suit another party theme, simply change the colour of the paint, streamers and use appropriate pictures for your theme.
: Several hours spread across 7 sessions plus drying time
: Under 5's, 5-10's
Paint the Frozen pinata blue
Add Frozen pictures and stickers
HINT: If your balloon starts to shrink while you are building up your paper mache layers, before starting on the next layer, pop the balloon and blow up another one inside the pinata until it fits snugly inside the pinata.
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Make a hole in the pinata and add string. Cover the hole with masking tape.
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