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Image detail for -1st Birthday Ladybug Party Pinata | - Kids Party Shop

Image detail for -1st Birthday Ladybug Party Pinata | - Kids Party Shop

Ladybug Pinata!  Use 4 layers of paper mache over two balloons (one large and one small secured with duct tape).  For the fringe, fold crepe paper in half long ways and cut 3/4 of the way through leaving the folded edge in tact.  Glue in rounds around structure.  Cut three sides of a square in the top and fold back to access inside.  Add legs and antenas by poking holes and taping pipe cleaners down inside..add large pom poms to ends.  Use construction paper for spots and eyes.

Ladybug Pinata! Use 4 layers of paper mache over two balloons (one large and one small secured with duct tape). For the fringe, fold crepe paper in half long ways and cut 3/4 of the way through leaving the folded edge in tact. Glue in rounds around structure. Cut three sides of a square in the top and fold back to access inside. Add legs and antenas by poking holes and taping pipe cleaners down inside..add large pom poms to ends. Use construction paper for spots and eyes.

The party favors are adorable. I love the thank you sign!!

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Pin the spot on the lady bug (May '12: Very easy to make and the kids had lots of fun getting dizzy before pinning - we didn't blindfold them though)

Pin the spot on the lady bug (May '12: Very easy to make and the kids had lots of fun getting dizzy before pinning - we didn't blindfold them though)

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