DIY NUMBER BIRTHDAY PIÑATA

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PARTY! PARTY! PARTY!

Oh my goodness there are endless DIY’s to make for a birthday or celebration, so many amazing ideas on Pinterest. As my birthday was approaching I knew that I wanted to create a fun DIY. I’ve only seen the DIY number sign piñata created for a one or three year old so I was excited to take it on as a soon-to-be 23-year-old lol! I will give some warning… this DIY is easy but takes A LONG TIME. We probably should have made our strips a little bigger so we wouldn’t have to cut as many. Either way, we are super happy with how it turned out and I can’t wait to make more in the future! The 3 even got passed down to Becky’s little cousin for her birthday. So precious!

All of the steps are in our video tutorial linked below!

 
 

Cost: under $10

Difficulty:  ✂

Materials:
– crepe paper (we used hot and light pink)
-optional: tissue paper (doesn’t work as well as crepe paper but we loved the gold colour)
– scrap cardboard
– cord/ rope
– white glue or hot glue
– masking tape
– duct tape

Tools:
– utility knife
– scissors
– marker
– ruler
– sponge brush

 

If you made this DIY piñata for a friend or family member we’d love to see it. Tag us on instagram (@thesorrygirlsdiy) or #thesorrygirls. Thanks for reading!

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