Balloon Party Wreath. Learn how to create a fun and festive wreath for any party using balloons and a styrofoam wreath form.
I love to make wreaths. They are a fun way to decorate to celebrate different holidays and seasons.
Today, I will show you how easy it is to create a balloon wreath you can use for any celebration. Since you can buy balloons in just about any color, you can customize this wreath to fit your theme.
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How to Make a Balloon Wreath
This project is so easy, it almost doesn’t even need a tutorial! I found all my supplies at Dollar Tree, but you can find balloons online or at most general-purpose stores.
To attach the balloons to the wreath, I added a dot of hot glue to the wreath form and pressed the middle of the balloon into the glue.
Hold it there for a few seconds, and then continue working your way around the wreath form, adding balloons.
I started by adding my larger balloons first. I used both 12 inch and 9-inch balloons for this project.
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As I got closer to being done, I would shake out the wreath a little to see where I had open spots, and I added more balloons, as needed. You can see in the photo above there was still quite a bit of styrofoam showing.
So the glue didn’t get stuck to all the other balloons, I would pull them away from the area I was adding more glue to before adding another balloon.
In total, I used 6 bags of balloons – 2 bags of 24 9-inch balloons, and 4 bags of 15 12-inch balloons. My wreath form is about 10 inches.
I decided to use all different color balloons for my wreath to hang up for birthdays, but you could easily choose 2-3 colors to match a theme for a bridal shower, baby shower, or other events.
Note: I chose to use hot glue to attach the balloons because it was what I had on hand. You could also use floral pins or straight pins to attach the balloons. To do that, you would poke the pin through the middle of the balloon and then poke the pin into the wreath to hold the balloon in place.
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