DIY Giant Ornament Balloons & Ornament Balloon Garland

Oh man, I can’t get over how CUTTTEEEE these giant ornament balloons & equally adorable ornament balloon garland turned out! But even better? They aren’t…

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Oh man, I can’t get over how CUTTTEEEE these giant ornament balloons & equally adorable ornament balloon garland turned out! But even better? They aren’t hard at all, even as my husband watched me constructing them he casually said “Oh, even I could do those” HA! So, you better believe you can do it too! I’m sharing exactly what I used (and even the Amazon links so you can order with ease) so you can create these fun Christmas decor yourself!

 

DIY Oversized Balloon Ornaments

What you need:

24″ balloons (if decorating a large area, upgrade to the 36″ ballons
Fishing line
Gold Glitter Stock Paper cut into approx 2″ X 12″ strips (each sheet is enough for 4 ballons)
Scissors
Ruler
Electric Balloon Pump (Not neccessary but makes the whole project WAY easier & the ones at the party supply store cost twice as much)
Low temp glue gun (I have this dual one)

What to do:

  • Cut gold glitter stock paper into 2″ X 12″ strips & glue into rings.
  • Inflate balloons & tie fishing line around knot, slip gold glitter rings through fishing line and hang!
  • I don’t even bother with gluing down the rings but if you want that extra security, make sure to do it with the low temp glue gun.

 

Balloon Ornament Garland

What you need:

10″ balloons
White Twine (or rummage through your holiday ribbon!)
Gold Glitter Stock Paper (each sheet is enough for 4 ballons)
Low temp glue gun (I have this dual one)
Scissors
Ruler
Electric Balloon Pump (Not neccessary but makes the whole project WAY easier & the ones at the party supply store cost twice as much)

What to do:

  • Cut gold glitter stock paper into 1″ X 6″ strips & glue into rings.
  • Inflate balloons until round (under inflate them so they don’t get that egg shape)
  • Glue ring around the tied parts
  • After all ornaments are completed start tieing twine approx every 6″ around ties

 

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