This pinata DIY project by Oh Happy Day celebrates Cinco de Mayo. The Mexican holiday is just a week away and is a time to celebrate pride, heritage and history. In addition to being a hit -- no pun intended -- at children's birthday parties, pinatas are also popular during Cinco de Mayo celebrations, drawing in hoards of kids who wish to get their shot at winning a candy jackpot.
Using black and white crepe paper, thin cardboard, pencils, glue and scissors, Oh Happy Day's pinata DIY is easy to make and features a unique inspiration. Referencing the changing phases of the moon, this mystical pinata DIY will make kids smile and will also appeal to astrology buffs.