horrible waste of money
Very small pinata with no hole to put candy/toys in. I have no idea how it can be called a pinata.
August 16, 2011
Not as sturdy as I thought it should be..
I got this for my daughter's birthday party and it seemed pretty well put together. Unfortunately it only took one hit to pop off the hang tab. We ended up needing to "hang" the dolphin with a rope by the tail. The kids still had a great time, but it would have been better to not have to improvise.
June 19, 2011
Great Quality but Small
This was so cute, but very small. Still worked!
December 10, 2010
This pinata came with no way to hang it and no opening for the candy. It's also tiny, so even if I could get candy inside of it, barely any would fit. It's ridiculous that this product is being sold!
August 27, 2010
this was the worst pinata I have ever purchased. it fell apart before we even got to hang it up! This is the 2nd pinata I have gotten from oriental trading that was trash!!!!!!!
July 19, 2010
Not a good buy
It came with no place to hook it so we created our own like the picture, but the first little hit it fell apart, flimsy and small. Disappointing for the price.
November 15, 2009
Pinata is much smaller than I thought and is more like a decoration than a pinata. You can barely get candy in it.
July 27, 2009
Worst pinata ever!
This pinata could not be filled. It was stuffed with tightly bound paper that couldn't even be cut out by my husband! It was tiny also!!! It went in the trash. Don't waste your time or your kids tears. Pinata's should be fun and easy!!! This should be labeled Frustrating Pinata!!!
January 8, 2009
A Wonderful Item
A wonderful party item. My 7 year old daughter loved it and its great. It was very easy to stuff and when broken, it actually stayed together. Well, most of it.
November 2, 2008
Worst pinata ever
My daughter was very excited to get a dolphin pinata for her birthday party. When it arrived it was cute, but then I went to stuff it! You can't! This thing was so full of paper you could barely get a finger in. So I started pulling the paper out, thinking it was stuffing to protect the item during shipping. No - the paper is part of the pinata itself. I yanked, tore and cut out as much as I could without damaging the pinata, and still could get maybe 20 small pieces of candy in. I know this would be a huge disappointment on the day of the party, so I am off to a local store that sells pinatas that you can actually get candy inside of.
October 9, 2008