Creative ideas for Christmas Balloon Art. Fun DIY Holiday Decorations that turn your home or party into a festive winter wonderland!
Christmas Balloon Art will make your holiday even more fun!
If you didn’t know, I’m a Pinterest addict. I keep coming across the cutest holiday decorations and I had to share my favorite creative ideas for Holiday Themed Christmas Balloon Art. These fun and easy DIY Holiday party decorations can instantly turn your party into a winter wonderland!
How to make Christmas Balloon Art:
- Inflate colorful round latex balloons or long balloons with helium.
- Start building your creation by attaching the balloons together with balloon decorating strips. You might need a balloon pole or balloon arch kit depending on your design.
- Secure your balloon art to the floor with a few balloon weights.
Get started thinking about your Holiday Party Decorations today. Here are some creative ideas for Christmas Balloon Art to inspire you!
How fun is this giant Christmas wreath? All you need is a big hula hoop to go with your balloon supplies. Seems like we could make this one right?
I made some Giant Christmas Lights that actually light up! This Christmas balloon art is so easy and fun. Get directions here.
A Santa arch would be so fun for a doorway or photo booth!
Get a Rudolph mylar balloon and make the famous red nosed reindeer!
These Balloon Christmas trees I keep seeing on Pinterest are so fun!
Make a winter wonderland indoors with no snow…
Snowflake balloon art would be so pretty for a large room!
I love this adorable Snowman Balloon!
These happy snowmen are super cute perched on top of balloon presents.
This Christmas balloon art is amazing! See more details here.
Sue Bowler’s giant Santa Balloon Wall is pretty amazing balloon art! Get directions here.
I hope you got some fun party decorating ideas! Now I’m ready to try my hand at more Christmas Balloon Art.
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Originally published on October 13, 2016. Last Updated on April 18, 2019 by Amy Locurto