25+ Interesting Ways to Make a Balloon Garland
Crafts with balloons are one of the most sought after since they add grace, charm, and elegance to your home décor. Designing your home with balloon garlands for any occasion like Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, anniversaries, and birthdays would indeed be an excellent idea. Latex balloons, the preferred choice for most balloon crafts, last for about 12 to 20 hours on average, especially if filled using helium. If treated with the Hi‐Float solution, they thrive for approximately seven days. Check out the exciting tutorials that follow on how to make balloon garlands.
The citrus themed balloon garland makes it a perfect summer décor.
A combination of pink and white makes this an apt choice for a baby shower. The fresh flowers and sprigs enhance its charm to the fullest.
You could use multi-colored balloons if you plan to use this décor for your little one’s birthday. Consider arranging the balloons in the form of alphabets, like the first letter of your kid’s name.
The rose gold and white balloon garden can grace the doorway or entrance in the form of an arch.
Flowers, faux or fresh, included in the balloon garland makes it all the more gorgeous.
The white balloons, along with the green leaves, give it an aesthetic appeal.
The arrangement of balloons along with an inflatable tail behind perfectly represents a mermaid, well suited for a sea-themed party.
If designing this for Halloween, then keep only the black balloons, and you may even make something eerie on them like a skull’s face.
On the occasion of a fiesta, this colorful assembling of balloons along with a whole lot of other stuff would indeed be fantastic.
The popular Toy Story theme would be an instant hit at your kiddo’s birthday party. For convenience, you may go for a kit providing where you would get all the stuff in one place.
The eyes and horns give the unicorn a realistic touch.
This template would give you detailed step by step instructions for making a balloon garland.
Attaching faux animals in the middle of the balloons would add prominence to the jungle theme.
The spikes emerging from between give it the perfect cactus-like appearance.
Tying twines around brings in a rustic appearance.
The sunflower pattern may also be made arranging yellow balloons to the sides and black ones at the center.
Big faux flowers may be put in between the garland.
Whether it be your little hero’s first birthday or a frozen-themed party, this blue balloon garland would be a perfect pick.
This balloon garland gives the impression of an archway, being a perfect idea for a wedding celebration.
The yellow and white balloons serve as wonderful summer decoration ideas.
You can make the red bow using balloons too.
The theme of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, the famous kid’s picture book, can be recreated in the form of a garland, just as the one shown in the given image. The green balloons can be arranged in the shape of a caterpillar, while the red balloon makes for the face, while the purple ones add to its horns.
The pink and red balloons can be replaced with blue and white ones if a baby boy is-in-waiting.
Following the instructions in the tutorial below, you could make an elegant balloon garland to decorate your fireplace.
Published on October 28th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs