Birthday Balloon Wreath

Last year Missy featured this adorable birthday wreath on How Does She and I thought I would give it a whirl. Here’s the completed balloon wreath the easy instructions so you can create it on your own!

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First I gathered my supplies:

  • Straw wreath still in the plastic
  • 6-8 bags of multi-colored balloons from the Dollar Store
  • Greenery pins (I used about 200 total)
  • Birthday ribbon or other embellishments
To get started, I took a greenery pin, placed it around the middle of the balloon and stuck it all the way into the straw wreath as seen below.
And… that’s about it. I did that step about 200 times over! Here’s some progress…
I made sure the colors were spread out evenly and only covered the front of the wreath and a little bit on the sides.
Once all of the balloons were in place, I decided to add a little bit of pizzazz and found some Happy Birthday ribbon in my craft closet.
I added a simple bow to the top of the wreath and let the ends hang down so people could read the ribbon.
And that’s it! Super simple and relatively cheap. I spent $3 on the wreath, $7 on balloons, and around $5 on greenery pins. I already had the ribbon in stock so not too shabby for a wreath I can use several times a year for birthday parties!

Comments

  1. Renea says

    Awesome! I can’t wait to make one. Thanks for sharing how you did it along with pictures. I love pictures. It makes it seem possible for me to do it, too!! R.

  2. says

    What a cute idea!
    Years ago, my mom made us hair clips with balloons.
    Recently, my dd had a party to go to and we used balloons to dress up a pair of flip flops like this.
    So cute!

    You’ve inspired me to want to dig out my extras!

    • howtonestforless says

      Ohmigoodness! You totally just sparked a memory!! I used to have a balloon hairbow as well! Hmm… definitely going to make one now for my 3 year old :) Thanks Donna.

  3. Sarah W says

    My baby shower theme is “She’s about to POP!” This is perfect!! I’m going to work in my “POP on in to Sarah’s Baby Shower” sign somehow. LOVE…

  4. says

    Hey Erin! I thought I would pick this post to tell you how much I LOVE all of your birthday ideas and printables!!! My little Ellie will be 2 on the 18th, so your bday posts stuck out to me! Thanks for all of the ideas and the printable :) I wish I new how to make all of those! Maybe she’ll have a bumble bee party ;) I’m downloading them all! Happy 4th to you and your family!!

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