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frazzled74 Sat 24-Oct-09 23:39:56

will i have time to make a pinata by 28th october, or should i just buy one? (how long dothey take to dry out?)

EntertainKids Sun 25-Oct-09 12:56:34

By one much easier - The party shop in Godalming have them for £12.99 - same price you would pay online.

Vicky

EntertainKids Sun 25-Oct-09 12:57:37

*buy not by

RubysReturn Sun 25-Oct-09 13:21:11

I could - but I have airing cupboard for drying purposes.

What shape are you aiming to make? Do you have materials?

sweetnitanitro Sun 25-Oct-09 13:32:59

I made one once and it took a couple of days to dry. It was a LOT of effort but it was worth it (it was a moose-shaped one for Canada day). If you're not fussy about the shape you can get them in Tesco superstores for a few pounds.

heavealot Sun 25-Oct-09 20:29:54

Oh please tell, how do I make one??

frazzled74 Mon 26-Oct-09 20:11:47

well after a whole afternoon spent making one, it still hasnt dried and still needs layering up a bit. So, have nipped to local pound shop and bought one for £5.Def not as nice as a homemade one but never mind.

nappyzonecantrunfortoffee Mon 26-Oct-09 20:14:46

They are £7 in asda as a donkey - i nearly bought one last week then decided perhaps it wasnt right to encourage kids to beat the shit out of a donkey with a stick - in hind sight i over thought it grin

heavealot Mon 26-Oct-09 21:52:03

So, anyone, please? How do I make one?

frazzled74 Mon 26-Oct-09 23:59:53

there is a recipe on e-how, inflate a balloon, cover in papier mache leaving hole at top(to pour sweets into), leave to dry, then decorate. if you google "how to make a pinata" you will find a few websites to go to,but do at least 10 days in advance.

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