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A Piñata perfect for Toddlers with Pull-Strings

Pinatas are a wonderful addition to any party and kids love them! But when children are too young to wack the pinata hard enough this is what happens –

love this commercial 🙂

In comes the DIY pinata project that Young House Love created.

Pinata for Toddlers
(image source: Young House Love)

A pull string pintata perfect for tots that don’t have the oompf to wack a pinata or hold a bat. Toddlers hold the strings and tug and all the goodies will come raining out! How perfect is that! They’ve put together the DIY Piñata tutorial here, so you can make one for your tot!

Toddler Friendly Pinata
(image source: Young House Love)

See it in action –

(video source: Young House Love)

Totally adding this to the list of projects for Pinky’s first birthday!

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20 thoughts on “A Piñata perfect for Toddlers with Pull-Strings”

  1. Mrs. Weber says:

    What a cute idea! Just saw your a fellow Michigan blogger on Bloggy Moms. I’m new at this blogging things too. Love your blog – I’ll be back for more 🙂

  2. Terry Edwards says:

    Following back. Thank you for stopping by & following.Have a blessed weekend!!! 🙂

  3. jollyjilly says:

    Hi returning the follow from Jollyjillys
    very nice blog I love the idea above, we dont have these often in the uk but they look fun.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog please visit again soon

  4. Lisa Weidknecht says:

    Love that commercial. LOL. I’m following you back!

  5. Krystal says:

    That’s a pretty awesome idea. I’ve never seen that before. & thanks for stopping by my blog. I followed you back 🙂

  6. Xenia @ Thanks, Mail Carrier says:

    What a great idea! Back when I used to run some After School programs for kids at the YMCA, we made a pinata once but the kids did so many layers that the thing was as solid as concrete. I didn’t think they would ever break into it!

    Thanks so much for stopping by!

  7. Sarah says:

    We made pinatas with my mom as kids and I still remember it, so much fun!

    I am following from the Alexa hop! Sorry I am late 🙂 Thanks for joining! http://www.mooseandtater.com

  8. Lindy says:

    Totally love the idea of the ‘pull string’ pinata, the pink petals are to die for, so pretty! Thanks for the follow, just stopped by to return the favor! 🙂
    My blog.

  9. Becky Fuentes says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! You have an awesomely cute blog here. Following you back . =)

  10. LadyD says:

    Following you back. Thanks for stopping by. What a lovely blog you have. I especially like the pinata and dress tutorial. Can’t wait to make these!

  11. Becky says:

    These folks are amazing! Thanks for stopping by. And thanks for reminding me about YHL. Creativity at its finest.


  12. Gena L says:

    This is SUCH a cute idea!!! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Becky says:

    Thanks for following Life or Something Like It. Following back via GFC & Networked Blogs.

  14. Orangies Attic says:

    Wish they had these when my son was little! We had a baseball pinata at his 2nd birthday and no one could break it, my husband nearly beat the thing to death and then one of the little boys got hysterical because “Mr. John is being mean to the baseball!” HA! Visiting and following you back from Thirsty Thursday! Orangies Attic

    1. Brynn says:

      Awww, sorry they couldn’t break it but what a cute story about being mean to the baseball!

  15. Jessica says:

    What a great idea! Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I am happy to return the favor. It looks like I’m gonna have lots of fun here.

  16. Francine says:

    following back!! Thanks for following..following you as well on FB and network blogs too!! Hope you can follow me on both too(right side of blog)

    Love this pinata idea. Def always fun with pinata and even better when made to look so cute


    Princess Mom of 3 (Francine)

  17. Sweet Peas and Bumblebees says:

    Cute idea!!!

    Found your blog through Design It Chic blog hop! I am your newest follower & would love it if you would follow my blog if you love it as well! 🙂

    Stop by and join our What I Made Wednesday Linky party…today is the last day to enter & you could be featured next week.

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  18. Self Sagacity says:

    Pretty awesome! Love the creativity.

    Following you back, thanks for stopping by.
    Self Sagacity

  19. patsy says:

    Following back. Thanks for stopping by my blog and the encouragement. This is a cute idea! I used to come up with all sorts of ideas for my son”s birthday parties but he’s 16 now! Thank goodness!