Pinatas are something which you would always be fascinated towards during any occasion be it the festive season or your little one’s birthday. Paper mache is one of the popular and easiest techniques of making a piñata, though cardboard boxes may also be used. These mighty extinct animals have been a sought-after choice for most craft works. Making a piñata of a dinosaur or its eggs would be something that your kids may be delighted to do. Check out the tutorials to get an understanding of the same.
Two latex balloons would be required for making this piñata, one for the head and the other to design the body. The crown and horns with a yellow crepe paper and the eyes with a red one make the dinosaur look exceedingly adorable.
The tutorial above shows how to make a pull string piñata. Following the same pattern, you may design a dinosaur pull string piñata, with the face being green instead of red.
The humungous sized egg decorated with a splash of attractive colors would be a great joy for your kids. Placing it amidst leaves and twigs brings in the primitive feel.
Sprinkling dashes of green paint on the eggs make it enticing.
This tutorial is an exception, where cardboard is used instead of paper mache.
This number-themed dinosaur piñata would be an absolute pleasure to make on your little one’s first, second or any birthday. Glitters, beads and other stuff may be used to give it a gorgeous look.
The number would just change; the remaining methods would remain the same. The addition of orange papers to the size resembles a crown and makes the piñata look even more attractive.
The big-sized dinosaur piñata could be placed in the center of your garden while organizing an outdoor party. The big white teeth make it look immensely authentic.
If the piñata is made for your little princess, you could add a pretty pink bow on the dinosaur to give it a girlish appearance. The rest of the technique would be the same as shown above where you either use the paper mache technique or cardboard to make the body and head.
The brown body and the green belly intensifies this little creature’s cuteness to the fullest.
The photo below is pretty self-explanatory that shows the steps to make a long-necked dinosaur pinata. You could attach a red bow on top for a feminine touch.
With a whole lot of interesting tutorials at hand you are just a step away from making a dinosaur piñata, large, extra large or small, of any color with green being the prominent one though shades of pink and purple would also be suited. The popular T-Rex dinosaur which walks on two legs may even be designed.
Published on May 28th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs