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Glittery Mermaid Tail Party Pinata, Purple & Teal Party Decoration, 15.5 in x 19.75 in

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Glittery Mermaid Tail Party Pinata, Purple & Teal Party Decoration, 15.5 in x 19.75 in

Mermaid Tail Party Pinata, Traditionally Handcrafted Party Decoration with Glitter Foam Includes hole for inserting candy and a top loop for hanging  Pair with a pirate pinata and palm tree pinata for a full sea theme Unique and handcrafted in traditional technique Can be hung up at indoor or outdoor events Fun for birthday party decorations, party decor, or a Cinco De Mayo fiesta  Trendy pinata shape and design, can be used for a variety of occasions   Try matching a Cinco De Mayo fiesta  Trendy pinata shape and design, can be used for a variety of occasions   Try matching with bright colored party plates and birthday decorations for a cohesive theme To make favors, fill with individually wrapped homemade or DIY treats  Try filling with Mexican candy for an authentic flare Pinata stick and candy sold separately How to play Kids' Pinata Party Game:  To play the pinata game, hang the pinata in its designated place and have the guests stand in a single file line three meters away. Traditionally, to play the pinata game you blindfold the first child in line, gently spin them around three times, and give them a wooden stick so they can hit the pinata. If the children are preschoolers, the option of blindfolding can be dropped and you can just spin each child around and give them the opportunity to hit the pinata. Give each child the opportunity to hit the pinata at least twice. As each guest tries to hit the pinata, it is extremely important to make sure everyone is standing at least five meters away from the guest with the stick. In addition, when the pinata is broken, make sure the guest has completely stopped swinging the wooden stick before letting everyone gather the toys and candy. Have fun watching everyone gather the fallen treats! Creative ideas for LaLa Pinata Fillers:  Mini bouncy balls, Fun-sized candy bars, Erasers, Pencils, Plastic toy rings, Mardi Gras necklaces, Mini bags of cookies, Mini bags of crackers, Boxes of raisins or cranberries, Yo-yo's, Spinning tops, Stickers read more