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Pin the Tail on the Llama Game for Your Next Party

Download our Pin the Tail on the Llama game for your next shindig! It’s cute, fun, and you can leave it up as art after your party is over. Perfect for birthdays, showers, and lots more.

Pin the tail on the llama game for Cinco de Mayo
Pin the tail on the llama game for Cinco de Mayo

Here’s a super fun game for your next party! Whether you’re having a pink-themed party, an animal party, or just a party that needs a little cuteness, this is your answer. A little Pin the Tail on the Llama — obviously.

We teamed up with our gal pal Megan and she designed us this most adorable llama, who I think we should probably call Trudy. She looks like a Trudy doesn’t she? Anyway, Trudy seems to have lost her tail so you better get to pinning it on there again. Here we go!

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DIy Pin The Tail on the Llama Game

Materials

Make Time: 1 Hour

Pin the tail on the llama game for Cinco de Mayo

DOWNLOAD The printable LLAMA POSTER

Click below to download the llama poster and start playing!

Instructions

  1. Print out our llama poster at your local print shop! It’s designed to be printed on an 18″ x 24″ poster.
  2. Now, option one is to just slap that baby up on your wall as-is. But if you want to get fancy, mount your poster on some foam core board using spray glue. Be careful to align all the edges before smoothing down.
  3. Make your tails. Cut out three colors of cardstock in small, medium, and large sizes. We freehanded our llama tails because, well, llamas are individuals, you know? So don’t get too picky. On the rounded side, cut some fringe. Then wrap each piece around a pencil to curl the fringed ends.
  4. Layer the pieces on top of one another and affix them together with small pieces of double stick tape. These are what you’ll use to pin the tail on the llama.
  5. If you mounted your llama poster on a board, make a hanger for it. We just braided some yarn, tied knots on either end, and taped the knots to the back of the board with masking tape.
  6. For all you overachievers! Use your pompom makers to make some fun pompoms and hang them around your poster. Braid some random yarn and drape it here and there to be festive.
  7. Add some double stick tape to the back side of each llama tail.
Pin the tail on the llama game for Cinco de Mayo

How To Play pin the Tail on the Llama

Now get your game on for a fun party activity! To play Pin the Tail on the Llama, start by blindfolding your guests. Hand them a llama tail with some double stick tape on the back, and let them try to get it in the right spot! I closed my eyes and tried to put a tail on Trudy and it ended up smack in the middle of her neck. It ain’t as easy as it looks, folks! Have fun! xoxo

Pin the tail on the llama game for Cinco de Mayo
Pin the tail on the llama game for Cinco de Mayo
Pin the tail on the llama game for Cinco de Mayo
Pin the tail on the llama game for Cinco de Mayo

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Yield: Pin the Tail on the Llama Game

DIY Pin the Tail on the Llama Game

Pin the tail on the llama game for Cinco de Mayo

This Pin the Tail on the Llama game is super fun for parties, showers, and more! Or just download it and hang it as art.

Active Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour

Materials

  • Printable Llama Poster
  • 18x24 foam core
  • Spray glue
  • Colorful cardstock
  • Double stick tape
  • Yarn
  • Optional: pompom maker

Tools

  • Scissors

Instructions

    1. Print out our llama poster at your local print shop! It's designed to be printed on an 18" x 24" poster.
    2. Now, option one is to just slap that baby up on your wall as-is. But if you want to get fancy, mount your poster on some foam core board using spray glue. Be careful to align all the edges before smoothing down.
    3. Make your tails. Cut out three colors of cardstock in small, medium, and large sizes. We freehanded our llama tails because, well, llamas are individuals, you know? So don't get too picky. On the rounded side, cut some fringe. Then wrap each piece around a pencil to curl the fringed ends.
    4. Layer the pieces on top of one another and affix them together with small pieces of double stick tape. These are what you'll use to pin the tail on the llama.
    5. If you mounted your llama poster on a board, make a hanger for it. We just braided some yarn, tied knots on either end, and taped the knots to the back of the board with masking tape.
    6. For all you overachievers! Use your pompom makers to make some fun pompoms and hang them around your poster. Braid some random yarn and drape it here and there to be festive.
    7. Add some double stick tape to the back side of each llama tail.

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