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How To DIY Ballon Garland

How To DIY Ballon Garland

DIY BALLOON GARLAND

I recently hosted a Birthday Brunch for my family and decided to dress-up my place with a fun Balloon Garland. I am not very good at DIY so I was a little intimidated by the task of making Balloon Garland. But Emily from @TwoPeasandPrada, shared a really easy way to make one on IG Stories and I decided to try my hand at making one for my birthday brunch.

This festive balloon installation turned out to be very easy to make and required no string! It took me about 20 minutes to make and I used around 20-30 balloons to decorate over my fireplace. I really loved how it turned out and I got a ton of compliments during the birthday brunch. Don’t forget to bookmark this post so you can go all-out for your next party with a DIY balloon garland!

 

REQUIRED MATERIALS

Balloons – lots of balloons for your balloon creation

Balloon Buddy – an electric air inflator for the balloons

Gardland Plastic Strip – this will help make the core structure of the garland

Ballon Tape – tape to secure the balloons to each other

 

SHOP BALLOON SUPPLIES

 

STEPS TO MAKING THE GARLAND

Step 1 – Take the plastic garland strip and measure out the space of the area where the balloons will be placed, on your door, wall or over the fireplace.

Step 2 – Start blowing up balloons with your Balloon Buddy and tie them off at the ends once they are the desired size

Step 3 – Take the plastic garland and thread the ballon through the open hole, sliding it to the smaller hole to hold it in place. Start to add balloons into the holes of the plastic garland to make your balloon shape.

Step 4: Secure it to the wall with tape or hooks. Then add more balloons and festive accents to fill in any gaps in the garland. Use balloon tape to secure the balloons to each other once you run out of Gardaland room

 

TipSpace out the balloons along the garland to let you easily tape or hanging the garland with hooks to the wall or door you will hang it on. You can add more balloons after the initial plastic garland is secure to help fill out the shape.

 

That’s it! You are ready to make your own balloon installation for your next party! 

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