A pretty little pinata tutorial for you. It's pink of course. I love traditional pinatas, but wanted to try a simple version for myself with those extra grocery circulars. Yep, recycle those grocery ads into a party. Easy, peasy. Those cute points exploding with fringe are simple to make, just use party hats and tape a bit of fringe to the inside of each end. This is a great party craft to do with the kids. I love any old pinata, but this one looks a bit more modern because it uses a single color, which I really love, hot pink. If that doesn't scream party, I can't help you.
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I can't stop making things with fringe! Case and point, little fringed jars are perfect for dropping off at a pal's house or even this weekend's fiesta. Go see my full tutorial on THE SWEETEST OCCASION.
I told you I have fiestas on the brain...go check out my super simple fiesta bunting over on OH HAPPY DAY. Great for Cinco de Mayo, but it is perfect for any other sunny fete, with or without guacamole. Dos cervesas, por favor.
Check out the tablecloth...guess how much it was. $4.99. It is huge and in perfect condition. Every so often you have to pop in to the thrift stores, the best gems are hidden away. Competition for the good stuff is tough here, so I pop in more often. Find stores that have a lot of little old lady goodies. Think serveware sets, matching candlesticks and glasses. A store that usually has those will also have a great selection of tablecloths and napkins. So be persistant, it took months for me to find this beauty but I am thrilled.