Spanish club begins making piñatas

Sophomores Drake Moser and Elvir Ibisevic finish covering their balloon with the treated newspaper with the last strip. Moser and Ibisevic hope to make their piñata into a beehive.

Carly Kinning, Sub Editor

Spanish Club  had its first day of making piñatas Feb. 27, and the process will take around three weeks. Club members blew up the balloons and covered them with three layers of newspaper dipped in starch water.

Day two will be Wednesday, March 5, which will be the day to mold and decorate the piñatas into their desired shape and fill with candy. The last day club members will break their piñatas and eat the candy they put inside.