First an update on what I did for the last day of vacation. I put a transformer in each of the mini piñatas and had a big piñata filled with magnetic games for the car ride home. It was great!
Pool Parties is the topic of the day. Well, I must say that I have been to many many post parties. I LOVE them.
I do want to warn all of my piñata fans that piñatas do NOT swim. Please do not put the piñata in the pool!
But it’s a really great idea to fill the piñata with things that can go into the pool. Small rubber balls, wind up swimming fish or frogs, deflated mini beach balls. You are only limited by your imagination.
I have even seen some people fill the piñata with those toys that grow in the water. There are a variety of different toys that get larger when you add water. This party used dinosaurs. All the kids grabbed their dinosaur and ran and jumped in the pool. This added double excitement as their toy grew. We had a tough time getting the kids and the dinosuars out of the pool when it was time to go home!
At a different party for older kids, the piñata was filled with goggles. As the teens were playing the piñata game, someone was throwing coins in the pool. These kids also ran from the piñata to the pool to see who could get the most money. (NOTE: If you want to use large items such as goggles, get a giant piñata. Use the contact form at the bottom right on the home page to make this request. There are many giant piñatas already in stock but simply not advertised.)
As those dog days of August come around, be the most popular person and throw a piñata pool party
Don’t forget that you may always get great Mexican-made piñatas at Piñata Supply Co!
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