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This is a paper mache ball a little larger than a softball, filled with treasures. I also add a cloth bag to collect them in.
We started making this kind of pinata when our first child was very young. Gnomes would hide them in the fairy garden. To open it you can toss it, kick it or play hot potato with the family. Once it burst open you will find.
1 3" wire core garden gnome
1 felted ladybug
1 felted catipillar
2 packets of flower seeds
1 felted toadstool
4 polished gem stones


This toy is for all the parents out there who have come home with a pile of plastic oddities from another childs pinata. Myself I stare like a deer in headlights wondering exactly what do with it. My fillings are a natrual alternative. The materials can be used for many activities. The other items would blend nicely into any home. I also have a deaf child who, blinfolded and armed with a large stick can strike fear into the bravest soul. So we still enjoy the thrill of pinatas but play soccer with them instead of hitting them.

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Spring is here Waldorf garden treasure pinata

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  • Materials: wool, roving, fiber, paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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