How to Make a Flower Piñata
A luxurious and fragrant update to the traditional piñata, the sophisticated color palette and whimsical flare of this party decor will be the star at your next fiesta.
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Soak Florist Foam
Soak florist foam for 10-15 minutes in a sink full of water and let drain slightly to remove excess moisture (this step can be skipped if using silk flowers).
Waterproof your work surface with garbage bags or a vinyl tablecloth, and securely wrap the florist foam with rope to create a cradle to support its weight for hanging.
Attach all five cones on each side of the foam orb (image 1), attaching the top cone with rope as hanging support (image 2). Set the bottom cone aside until the end of the project.
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