Dr. Octopus (Otto Octavius) Pinata
Last summer my husband made this amazing Dr. Octopus pinata for our son's Spiderman birthday party. He used balloons and homemade paper mache. He used long thin balloons to make the tentacals and then covered them in paper mache. He used round balloons for the head and body and did the same. Once he had all of the parts, he connected them and painted and decorated the pinata to look like Dr. Octopus.
This pinata was the hit of the party.
Dr. Octopus was a very strong pinata. It took a while to break him, but our little Spiderman fans prevailed and reaped the rewards of their hard work.
A very happy birthday boy with his Dr. Octopus pinata.
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