Piñata Ornaments: 20 Days of a Kid-Made Christmas

I am super excited to participate in the 20 Days of a Kid-Made Christmas Ornament hosted by Mama Miss. I will be joining a group of awesome mommy bloggers to bring you over 50 ornaments made by kids during 20 days.

Our ornaments are piñatas in honor of my book review: A Piñata in a Pine Tree: A Latino Twelve Days of Christmas.  For the ornaments we used rolls of paper towel, gift wrapping rolls, and of course toilet paper rolls. Colorful pieces of tissue paper, glue, ribbon, and candy! 

Have the children glue the scraps of tissue paper on to the toilet paper roll. Once they finish wrap the candy with tissue paper, and assist with tying with a ribbon on both ends. Make sure to leave a hoop to hang on the tree, and a ribbon at the bottom to pull the candy out of the piñata ornament. 

Once the candy is wrapped put inside the decorated toilet paper roll, and hang on your tree! :) 

Hope you enjoyed our kid-made Christmas ornament! Today I'll be joining two other wonderful bloggers
P is for Preschooler, and Busy Kids = Happy Mom so please stop by, and check out their ornaments!

Would you like to join in on the fun too?!
Here’s how:
  1. Go to the landing page here, for this series that Melissa at Mama Miss is hosting.
  2. Just link up a KID-MADE ornament you’ve created with your kiddos (limited to 2 a day).
  3. Add this pretty little ornament shaped button below to your blog post, or your sidebar, or somewhere on your beautiful blog letting me know you are joining in on the fun too!!
  4. Label the ornament button: 20 Days of a Kid-Made Christmas: Ornaments
  5. Link the ornament button to: the landing page for this series.

The link up will be open from December 1st until December 21st for all entries.
Make sure to pop by these other fabulous bloggers too, that are participating in this series.
See the schedule here.

Psst! Before you head out take a look at our ornaments from last year:  For more details click on the pictures below. 

I don't have a post for this one, but it's a simple to do. I got the idea from Glittering Muffins. :) 
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