The festive orange cover shows a cute burro piñata. Open the card to see the colorful 3-D burro decorated with crepe paper. Scattered around are toys and candy and noisemakers.
Nothing says “party” like a piñata! Load the candy, hang it up, let them swing a bat and break it open, then watch the mad scramble ensue. From youngest to oldest, everyone gets to play!
This is a happy party card. Use it for an invitation, a Christmas or Birthday card, for a kid’s party, for a political statement.
I hope your day is full of treats.
It’s not a fiesta without a piñata.
We’re bursting with happiness.
You’re a sweetheart.
I like the way you roll.
Your heart is my piñata.
Let’s get smashed.
Piñata fun facts:
Piñatas are party activities without peer — timeless, affordable, and barrels of laughs. They get everyone involved.
In Mexico, piñatas have often been used as political commentary. When a political figure or candidate is unpopular, their likeness is made into piñata form and they are beaten with sticks by those opposed to them.
While piñatas in the United States are usually filled with candy, those in Mexico usually contain candy and fruit.
In Mexico, the tradition is often associated with Christmas.