Custom Handmade Pinatas and more

Port Orchard, Washington · 1912 Sales


Custom Handmade Pinatas and more

Port Orchard, Washington 1912 Sales On Etsy since 2011

4.5 out of 5 stars

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Announcement   Thanks for shopping Pleasantly Pinatas. Please feel free to message me with any questions and check out the "policies" tab for more info. When ordering, please include a deliver by date. Thanks!


Last updated on Apr 26, 2016

Thanks for shopping Pleasantly Pinatas. Please feel free to message me with any questions and check out the "policies" tab for more info. When ordering, please include a deliver by date. Thanks!


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Buzzy Bee - Beehive Pinata - Personalized
Giant Taco Pinata
Hunting Deer in the Scope Pinata
Golf Ball Pinata
Clown Fish Pinata
Wasp nest beehive piñata
Cluckity Cluck Chick - Chicken Pinata
Video Game Controller Pinata - ready to ship
Lemon Pinata
Card Eating Monster Pinata - Centerpiece
Buzzy Bee - Beehive Pinata
Duck piñata
Softball Pinata
Card Eating Monster Pinata - gold w hat and sign
Tennis Ball Pinata
Carrot Rabbit Bunny Pinata
Shrimp pinata
Baseball Pinata
Ice Skate Pinata
VW Bus Pinata - Custom Color


Average item review
4.5 out of 5 stars
Jennifer Byrd

Jennifer Byrd on Apr 11, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

This was a huge hit at my grandson's birthday party! Perfect!!

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Pleasantly Pinatas is Born

This all started with my daughter. I decided to make pinatas at home for her Bday. They were such a hit at the party I started having requests from friends and family. So I decided to open up shop on Etsy. You can also find me on Facebook by searching for Pleasantly Pinatas.

My pinatas started with paper mache pinatas, which I still use for the round pinatas - like the beehive (one of the top selling), baseball, golf ball and tennis ball. Since then I have grown to use cardboard for more shapely pinatas. I like to recylce items, like soda boxes, old shipping boxes and other items. Don't worry - I only use clean products.

If you have any special requests, please let me know. I love a new challenge.


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  • Marci

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    I am from Kitsap County, Washington. I happened into pinata making by mistake and have enjoyed every minute of it. I love getting suggestions from customers and trying out new ideas.

Shop policies

Last updated on January 2, 2013
Welcome to our shop. Please feel free to message us with any questions, comments or special requests.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Our preferred method of payment is Paypal. If you wish to send a check or money order, please message us.
Our shipping time depends on many variables including the date of your party and how long it takes to create your custom piece.

We ship via FedEx, UPS and USPS - which is based on location, time frame and size of the pinata.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you receive your item and it is not as described, please contact us as soon as possible and we will provide you with a RAN (Return Authorization Number) for your return.

There will be a $5 processing fee on any custom order.
Returns are accepted within 7 days of receiving your item. Items not returned within 7 days will be considered a final sale and non refundable.

Refunds are credited for the full purchase amount after subtracting the original shipping fee after receiving the returned item and only if the item is in the same condition as when it was sent to the buyer.

Return shipping is to be paid by the buyer and to be sent by Priority Mail with tracking number.
Additional policies and FAQs
Pullstring v. Traditional: Any of our pinatas can be made traditional or pullstring. There is no extra charge. When ordering just specify which you would like. If you don't specify, it will be made traditional automatically.

What is the difference between traditional and pull string?
Traditional pinatas are made to hit with a pinata stick. The pull strings are made with a strings hanging from the bottom. The kids take turns pulling on a string until the one string that opens the trap door to release the candy is found.

Do the pinatas come with a stick?
No our pinatas do not come with a stick. Although we will be adding an option to purchase a stick soon. Until then, you can purchase a stick at a local party store. If you forget, or just don't want to buy one, please remember not to go grab a stick from the woods that has any pointy branches that stick out.

Do the pinatas come with candy?
No, you will need to purchase candy and/or other goodies to fill your pinata.

How much candy will my pinata hold?
The pinata's hold various amounts of candy depending on which pinata is ordered. All of our pinatas listed hold enough candy to supply each kid at an average birthday party with enough loot for their loot bags.

How do I fill my pinata?
Each pinata will have an opening either at the top, back or side where you can stuff the goodies inside.

Creation time:
Each pinata takes approximately 3-4 hours to make. Our pinatas are all handcrafted and are not computer generated. For this reason, we would like at least 1 week before shipping. However, we understand people tend to order last minute and if we can fit you in, we will. If you aren't ordering 2 weeks ahead of your party, please message us to be sure we can fit you in. When order, please let us know your party date. We work as orders come in, but also prioritize by party dates.

What materials do you use?
It of course depends on the pinata ordered. Our round/oval shaped pinatas are made from paper mache. Our other pinatas are made from cardboard.

Will my pinata look exactly like the one in the picture?
We do our best to duplicate the looks of our photos shown. However, since each piece is hand made, there may be some variations.

I want a pinata but I don't see one like it shown.
Simply ask. Most of our pinatas to date have been by request. We love trying new things.