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This is actually a piñata I made for the marriage of my friend Paulina O.
she designed it and I started to make the molds in my work.
materials:
.- mold
- cardboard
- scissors
- my glue
- crepe paper (red and black)
- old newspaper
- other glue (liquid silicon)
- masking tape
- things to fill the piñata

Step 1: Step One: Making the Mold

I spent time making the molds in my work, as I mentioned ..
First I drew on the board the basis of the heel and then transferred the design to a sheet of paper. I began to cut and see how they looks.
To make the heel, drew the same figure three times.
use masking tape to join the parts

Step 2: Round the Front

round the front and side, then masking tape-it
resembles the original design?

Step 3: Once You Have the Molds, Photocopy It

photocopy the molds.  enlarge them!

Step 4: Trace the Molds in Cardboard

once you trace the molds at the cardboard. cut the pieces.
join all the parts together (the enlarged ones) with liquid silicon, and masking tape.
Then use my paste to glue the parts, reinforce it with newspaper.

Start to glue crepe paper (black) on the side-

Step 5:

paste the crepe paper
with the glue

Step 6: The Surprises With Come

continue to paste the crepe paper and add the gate to drop the surprises

Step 7:

put a little stick to open the surprises gate.
Attach a thread to joining the bow

Step 8: Make a Bow to Pull the Gate

make a bow out of newspaper.
glue some crepe paper to make it red.
is attached to the thread.. to the gate

Step 9: Its Time to Surprises All

put the surprises on, and cover the heel piñata with a nice pink cardboard!

Step 10: And There Is a Heel Pi�ata!

use it as you want!
<p>That's pretty freaking awesome. </p><p>Pongale el puro talon, prima!</p>
Cool idea! Very cute. <br>Awesome Job! :)
Congratulations on being a winner in the Big and Small contest!
That is fantastic! It looks very clean and professional - great work. :D
thanks i add paper mache technique to every proyect i can. Also it was for a very good friend of mine. <br>

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Bio: My name is Carolina Hunrichse, im an art teacher. I also make paper mache
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