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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Cut Flower Stems
Cut flower stems to 3 inches long at an angle to easily attach into foam. Other floral varietals may require additional wooden picks to assist in piercing the foam.
Add Flowers and Last Cone
Tightly pack flowers one at a time around the foam until completely covered, adding the bottom cone and final flowers after the piñata is hanging in place (images 1 and 2).
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