Disney Tangled Tower Pinata
By momssavingmoney on May 06, 2014
Tangled Tower Pinata Tutorial
Let's get all Tangled with this awesome Rapunzel Tower Pinata! Just kidding, although sometimes I get swept away with my ideas. I am a huge fan of Disney Tangled. Are you looking for Girls Birthday Party Ideas? You are in luck, Disney Frozen would be an awesome theme but if you are looking for something much less frozen consider a Rapunzel Theme Party. Are you looking for other Tangled Birthday Party Ideas simply click on the image below and get ready to be filled with creative ideas. I love Pinata's and this is one of my favorites. I actually made two Tangled Pinata's because I had so many ideas flowing. Check out the tutorial for Wanted Finn Ryder Pinata.
What you Need:
- Cardboard Box - Packaging Tape - Bungee Cord - Tissue paper of all colors - Tan, Yellow, Pink, Purple, Brown Cardstock The majority of these products can be purchased at Dollar Tree or Walmart for around $5. Make sure to ask employees for boxes they may be throwing out. I like using Christmas Gift boxes because they are lightweight but very sturdy. I got mine at Dollar General after Christmas clearance for $.10 for 2pk.
How to Make:
1. First you will need to cut out the base and top rim of the base. Both of these are around 6 inches. You can use a bowl for the shape. Cut 2. Determine the height you want your tower. I like the size of the Christmas gift boxes without the sides. These are the larger boxes so when you put them in a circle it will be about 5 inches. My circles are 5 1/2 inches in diameter. 2. Now take your packaging tape and tape the tower to your base and do the same to the base top. 3. Now cut a circle about 2 inches larger than the base or larger if you desire. I did mine at 8 inches. Take cardboard and make a cone shape with the bottom the size of the bigger circle. Not pictured is also a 3-4 inch height strip that is taped on the rim for the top part of the tower. 4. You will be taping it on but first you will need to poke a hole at the top to allow the bungee cord to pass through. Tape extensively both top and bottom of the bungee cord. You make want to reinforce it with left over cardboard as I have done. This gives it just a bit more secure so it will hold up for many of your guests. Just so you know, my pinatas are known to be hard to break even though I do my best to use less and less tape.