Each pinata has three variants, and the pinata must eat three specific different items (seeds, flowers, or produce) to produce a variant. Each pinata requires different foods. their website is an excellent source to find what each pinata must eat.
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You can find a frog pinata on Amazon.com. It costs $14.99. You can check it out here: http://www.amazon.com/Frog-Pinata-1-pc/dp/B0016L4IIW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308328653&sr=8-1
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Party city and Party America's websites have a zebra pinata for $12.99 each. Party City http://www.partycity.com/product/zebra+pinata+16in+x+20in.do Party America http://www.partyamerica.com/product/zebra+pinata+16in+x+20in.do The same model is available at Target and Amazon for $14.99. http://www.target.com/Zebra-Pinata/dp/B002TM26DG http://www.amazon.com/prettypartyplace-Zebra-Pinata-1-pc/dp/B0016KZEVS?tag=duckduckgo-d-20
There are many places where one could find examples of primitive Christmas ornaments. The best places to find examples of historic ornaments of Christmas would be in a history book.
find out what your son would realy like for Christmas and if he doesn't ask you find out his interests and hobbies and purchase a present that you think would be right for him
A good place to find ideas on how to decorate a christmas tree is the Country Living website. They have a large range of ideas suitable for all ages and abilities.
yes, but they're hard to find, and u might have to make it
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