There is something fascinating about getting your hands dirty and being messy while doing some craft or arts project. I’m not talking about just for kids but also as an adult.
Maybe it’s the feeling like you’re a kid again and reliving your childhood but I never realized how thrilling it was until I actually got my hands dirty.
Part of planning my girls’ birthdays is making the piñata. An easy yet long process because of drying time, especially if you want to make it into a specific shape.
The key to making a good piñata isn’t just the design but also having a really good Paper Mache recipe.
I would love to use professional Modge podge but unfortunately it’s not sold in bulk and isn’t cost effective for big destroyable projects.
Many recipes use Elmer’s or white glue as an adhesive which also falls into the same category as my former statement.
I’m all for saving a Fils (or more) in everything I do and I would rather save the money for something that’s more lasting than a piñata that’s going to be beaten to death and thrown into the recycle bin.
Hence I present to you a fabulous Paper Mache recipe that’s easy to make and fantastic to handle.
Mix the following ingredients:
2 Cups Flour
4 Cups Water
2 Tablespoons Salt (optional, prevents rotting)
Have fun Making Life Memorable extra messy!!
See hoe you can use this recipe in my LadyBug Piñata Post!