I haven't just been making or selling pony piñatas; I've also been making some forays into the world of custom retail packaging for custom pony art.
The above is a photo montage for the Clousdale House, a decorative enclosure I created and marketed to help protect custom brushable ponies (although a very non-custom, non-brushable Pinkie Pie is in the picture as a random test subject).
The idea is something of a failure though, not only because it didn't sell well, but mainly because the design was a little defective... the glue used did not stick properly to the inside of the box, making it easy to pop off and look hideous. I will fix the few houses I already have made, but I probably will discontinue this product anyway since it's expensive (in time and material) to make and there's not much demand for it.
[Blindbag-sized enclosures, on the other hand, are a different story] >v>
Regarding the details of this custom box....
It's meant to piece together different architectural elements of buildings in Cloudsdale... the front offers a cool expansive window flanked by four elegant columns. In the back is a temple-style entrance with greek architectural elements, a potted [whatever it is that pegasi grow], and stairs. The house is of course course topped by clouds and a rainbow for a handle, but in between you'll see some relief art recounting an ancient tale (from cookies if you get the references). :3
Also featured is a new custom logo I created for our custom pony artwork, entitled "Your Little Custom". Expect to see this logo in many other products in the near future. ^^