Pinyadayada (Photo credit: Julie Harmsen Fitts)

As college room and studio mates, Sara and I go way back with our arts and crafting antics.

When Sara shared about her new passion for the piñata, I joined in the fun and started an email chain with the subject line pin yada yada yada. After a string of comical back and forths, she sent the closer: Um. I just bought

And thus, Pinyadayada was born. 

Sara is making fabulous custom pinyadas—check them out here and hereI joined the party and crafted this golden mini-yada complete with trap door to insert candy. Fun! (Check out Oh Happy Day's great post for detailed instructions on mini piñata making.)

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    I use to hit it for many times on my every birthday and it is very exciting to hit it. When you know that you are going to get candy for making the right hit into the pinyadayada.

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