Pondering how to make pinatas at home? Follow the below ideas on how to make cereal box pinatas for a cost-friendly party!
Looking for a fun and unique party activity that too on a budget? Why not try making a cereal box pinata? This is a great project for kids of all ages, and it’s effortless to do. All you need is some cardboard, paper mache, paint, and decorations. Since you’re making the pinata at home with easily available supplies, the cost would be less and the results will be great. Whether it’s a baby shower party or a birthday party, you can rely on these cereal box pinatas to bring joy to your party. Follow these simple steps to create your very own pinata using an old box of cereals you have!
Customize the cereal box pinatas to match the theme and colors of the event you’re hosting. This should be a fun activity for the kids and fill joy and excitement in them before the event starts. While you’re at it, you can educate your kids about the importance of recycling for the environment and teach them some sustainable values.
How to Make a Cereal Box Pinata
Things You Need:
- A cereal box
- Tissue paper or crepe paper
Steps to Follow:
- Cut two holes in the top of the cereal box. Remember to keep the holes big enough so that you’re able to fill the candies or other little goodies in the pinata.
- Cut four slits around the sides of the box, it should be about halfway down. Now, fold the flaps inwards to create a square opening.
- It’s time to give the cereal box an appealing look. For this, cover the entire box with paper mache and wait for it to dry. Use several layers of paper mache so that the box is sturdy enough for holding candies.
- Once the paper mache dries, match the color of the pinata to the event theme. You can even add some extra decorations to the pinata to give it a personal touch.
- Wait for the paint to dry and hang the pinata from a tree or a ceiling.
Cereal Box Pinata Ideas
1. Economical Pinata DIY
Cereal box pinatas are an opportunity to bring laughter to the event without having to spend too much money. Since it’s economic, you can even plan a hunt for pinatas by hiding them around the premises and asking the guests to hunt for them. To make it even more exciting, you can add different goodies to each pinata.
2. Quickest and Easiest Pinata
How fun would it be to smash the pinata and find candies flying out? Plan a fun Halloween or Christmas evening on a budget and indulge your kids in DIYing the Pinatas and keep them engaged.
3. DIY Party Pinata
Instead of a Unicorn, you can paste any cut-out on your pinata box that seems suitable for your event and the theme. Follow the video above to learn the steps for making this cute-sy pinata box.
4. Tissue Paper Pinata
You just need the right measurements and a creative will to DIY a pinata at home that’s charming and useful. Cover the box with colorful tissue paper and hang it from a significant height.
5. DIY Cereal Box Pinata
Cut some holes in an old cereal box and cover it with layers of colored tissue paper to DIY a quick and easy pinata at home. Visit this site to learn more about it.
6. Cactus Pinata
Maybe give this cactus pinata a try and create some other shapes and sizes too for hosting a exhilarating event that your guests will remember for days.
7. Dollar Tree DIY Cereal Box Pinata
Fill the pinata with pink or blue candies and plan an inexpensive gender reveal party or host a competition between boys and girls to collect the most number of candies in a certain time. You can get creative with the uses but the DIY remains easy as usual.
8. Cereal Box Pinatas
It’s not necessary to create a rectangular pinata with a cereal box. You can cut and experiment with the shapes of the cereal boxes to DIY a unique pinata. See a similar idea here.
9. Shark Pull String Pinata
If you’re not a fan of blindfolded pinata hits, you can try a pull-string pinata which allows people to pull the correct ribbon to reveal the candies. Have a look at this idea.
That’s it! Your cereal box pinata is now complete. Hang it up and enjoy your party. Just be sure to keep an eye on the little ones so they don’t get too excited and start swinging away at your hard work. Thanks for reading and have fun!