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plaything consisting of a container filled with toys and candy

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Perfect for candy lovers, Baskin-Robbins' Pinata Pumpkin Patch Cake is dressed up like a jack-o-lantern and features a candy-filled center.
TIP: Always make sure your cake is at least 4 layers high for pinata cakes, so the height ratio of cake to sweeties is right.
To view how to make the hanging paper mache pinata bowl full of treats visit http://activaproducts.
com/RobGodfrey/status/204998070885298176) tweeted by Haley spokesman Rob Godfrey , Donna DeWitt swings at the purple and black pinata with a baseball bat during a retirement party in her honor.
Now pinata are used in celebrations all over the world.
A pinata is a hollow paper sculpture filled with candy and hung from a rope; blindfolded partygoers take turns trying to break it open with a stick.
Use strong tape to attach it to the top of the pinata (the bottom of the shoebox).
Following on from the success of the original Viva Pinata, Trouble in Paradise takes you back to Pinata Island for another highly-addictive dose of papier-mache-inspired madness.
The giant pinata is a classic Mexican celebration that sees children taking turns to open a huge hollow model of an animal.
When I was in Spanish Club in high school, my teacher showed me how to make a burro pinata out of poster board, tape, paper cups, toilet-paper tubes and layered strips of tissue paper.
The Twelve Days of Christmas: A Pinata for the Pinon Tree
But that was before he clattered into a self-penned Tex-Mex tune that sounded like Zombie Elvis battering a rotting pinata.
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YOU could say Viva Pinata is the ultimate evolution of titles like the Little Computer People and even Tamogatchi.
Las Posadas: featuring a presentation of the nine-day journey of Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem depicted with singing, a candlelight procession and the breaking of a pinata.