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Paper Bag Pinata

Materials

1. Paper lunch bag 2. Tissue papers 3. Glue stick 4. Scissors 5. Hole punch 6. Stapler 7. Candies and treats 8. Twine

Materials

Instructions

Steps
Step 1
Start by putting your candy or treats in the bottom of the bag. Only fill it about halfway. Over the top of the treats, crumple up some extra tissue paper to give the top half of the bag some shape. Neatly crease the top of the bag and Staple the creases.
Steps
Step 2
Cut a piece of tissue paper that's about two inches wider on all sides than the base of the bag. Now adhere the tissue paper to the bag. Then use the paper to wrap the bottom of the bag and cover it.
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Step 3
Stack a few pieces of tissue paper on one another so that all of the edges are aligned. Fold them in half, and two more times. Then cut this into strips of paper that are about 2 inches wide.
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Step 4
Use your scissors to create fringe along one edge of each folded clump of paper. Fringe approximately 1 inch of paper, and leave 1 inch uncut. Unfold all of your fringed tissue paper. Spread glue stick along the un-fringed area of one strip of paper.
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Step 5
Starting at the base of the bag, wrap your length of fringe around the bag and adhere it to the base. Continue in the same manner, overlapping layers of fringe so that the uncut portion of each strip is hidden. Wrap the bag in this way until you reach the top. Punch two holes in the top of your bag. Cut a length of twine weave it through the holes. Use the twine to tie up the Pinata wherever you'd like.

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