22 DIY LED Light Balloons
LED balloons give a unique neon glow-in-the-dark effect to parties and celebrations. You will find the directions and a few classy ideas for making this illuminated decoration at home. Just a good quality of LED light, a fine latex balloon in your favorite color and helium (optional) will see you home with the interesting project.
Green, red and yellow round balloons make a gorgeous ensemble for events.
The multicolored LED balloons look spectacular with their neon glow.
Throw a surprise birthday party with large balloons in orange, pink and blue.
Make a dark night flashy with these white LED balloons.
Learn the trick for a cool party decoration here.
The transparent balloons look stunning in pink and white.
Attaching confetti to the humble tying strings of the balloons makes the latter look like a million bucks.
Purchase customized balloons for birthdays to spice up the celebrations.
You can do this activity with giant white balloons for making classy décor.
Here you will be guided on how to make gorgeous air filled balloon centerpieces. Once you know the procedure, all you have to do to make them glow is, insert LED lights that have been powered on inside them, fill the balloons with helium and tie up the openings firmly.
The linked post gives you several party ideas of which the LED balloons step by step is listed first.
The DIY guides you on making extreme LED throwies that have a long life even after the containing balloons have floated high up in the sky. You can utilize the first tutorial to learn how to install the LEDs into balloons.
You can use marble designs of balloons for this project.
Follow the video on making scary Halloween balloons. You need just to replace the glow stick with a lighted LED in the instructions.
Enjoy a pool party with friends in summer with these beauties for company.
With such brilliant ideas up your sleeve, you are ready to rock party nights. Just be careful with choosing durable LED lights that don’t give way once the balloons are popped.
Published on March 3rd 2016 by Peyton Derrida