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Small family gathering for James' 2nd birthday.

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  • Su M

    Su M wrote:

    Soooo very cute!!! Did you make this your self??? If possible could you send me the instructions at smurillo17@gmail.com Thanks!!! :)

  • Su M

    Su M wrote:

    these are cute!!! Where did you find them???

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    Heather B wrote:

    I bought them at toys r us. They are called ugly dolls. I've seen them a variety of places, so shop around or a good price!

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    Heather B wrote:

    Sure, I just emailed you. Subjt - monster piñata. Check your spam if you don't see it.

  • Su M

    Su M wrote:

    Thanks Heather, I saw the email, and its not that complicated. Thank you soooo much :)

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    Tina W wrote:

    I would love the instructions as well! Great job on this party - such cute details! tawikeratgmail.com

  • Courtney F

    Courtney F wrote:

    Could you also send me how to make the piñata? Heartfeltcakecreations@gmail.com

  • Deidre N

    Deidre N wrote:

    Can you send me the instructions on how to make the primates Deidrenugent@aol.com

  • Deidre N

    Deidre N wrote:

    Pinata*

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    Heather B wrote:

    Deidre - I tried to email you, but received a failure notice.

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    Heather B wrote:

    Directions: It was very easy, took a bit of time, but mindless work, definitely doable if you plan accordingly. I bought a round piñata from the party store. All I could get was a basket ball. Due to the bright orange color, I removed as much of the tissue as I could. Then I covered it myself with the aqua/blue tissue. I cut sheets of tissue the long way into approx. 2.5 inch wide strips. Next I cut those strips into fringe. I layered multiple sheets at a time when cutting to save time. Once the strips were all fringed I cut them into shorter strips, 4-6 inches long, to make them easier to apply to the piñata. To apply, I used Elmer's glue, starting from the bottom, working my way to the top, layering the fringe. The top was a little tricky, but I just put the party hat on it while on display to cover the flaws. As for the face, I had ordered printables, so I blew up the image of the mouth and eye and glued them on. Good luck!

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    Naomi G wrote:

    Cute! Did you make this shirt yourself or did you purchase it somewhere?

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    Heather B wrote:

    Thank you! I had a friend make the shirt, she based it off of the invitation. I'm crafty, but can't sew!!

  • Sarah C

    Sarah C wrote:

    Did you do a printable package from somewhere?

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    Heather B wrote:

    Yes, I used an Etsy shop called Frosting & Ink. https://www.etsy.com/shop/frostingandink

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