Cinco De Mayo Piñata Days

Cinco de Mayo is one of my favorite holidays! I know it’s a little late in the game, since today is Seis de Mayo (lol), but better late than never! I’m here to tell you how to make the best piñata ever–okay, with a little help from my friends over at Design*Sponge. “The word piñata actually has an Italian origin and comes from the Italian word pignatta meaning earthenware cooking pot and pigna meaning pine cone. And these early Italian piñatas were earthenware pots shaped like a pine cone.” Now for the real fun, let’s get to designing! Take a peek at the website to create your own, or places to shop if you’re hosting a get together.

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