Ashley is a very good friend to everyone around her. She volunteered to help a friend announce the gender of their baby with their friends and came up with a stork piñata to do so. Such a clever idea! Inside the stork they filled candy and decorations in pink to announce the girl they were having. I loved the idea so much I asked if they could document the process.
- tissue paper
- masking tape
- glue gun
- pipe cleaners
- orange crepe paper
- craft knife
- white acrylic or house paint
- paint brush
- frige scissors
- Cut out your stork shape on cardboard. Cut out two of these.
- Cut the width of the stork about 6″ wide going against the grain.
- Tape the sides together
- Paint the cardboard white
- Make feet out of pipe cleaners.
- Wrap the feet in orange crepe paper with a piece of crepe 1″ wide going against the grain.
- Cut tissue for the white stork with strips 2″ wide. Fringe the ends
- Glue or tape the fringe onto the stork.
- Create a beak by making a cone out of paper and gluing it onto the bird.
- Wrap the beak in orange crepe paper.
- Add features onto the bird like the black tips and facial features out of crepe paper
- Create a candy hole at the top.
- Add two holes to string the string at the top.
Hello! Wondering if there’s any way to have this made for me with of course a price?