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Balloon false ceiling

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

As I promised yesterday... Here is the tutorial for the balloon false ceiling. It is extremely easy and inexpensive since you don't need to use helium filled balloons- actually you can't because they will flip the wrong way. 

 1. Blow up all of the balloons you would like to use. I wanted a variety of colors of balloons so I used 2 different colors of purple, 3 different blues and silver. I think it turned out really well to have the mix of colors.

2. Roughly arrange the colors the way you would like them, this will help when your tying them together that you don't have all the same blues together, but a even mix of colors. (Note I used almost double the amount of silver balloons since I have different shades of blues & purple balloons).

3. Tie them together with string or curly ribbon. Don't tie them too close as they need a lithe room in between. I tie them together so you have 2 rows of balloons- one hanging on the right then one on the left.

Here is a picture with one strand hung up so you can see how full one strand can be. You can add as many strands of balloons you need to create the depth of your area.

Tomorrow I will be showing you how to make your own confetti and fun ways you can use them!
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  1. Thanks for a great decor idea...AND tutorial! Love the color combination you chose, too. :-)

  2. Thanks! It is so simple to put together and could be done with any color scheme!

  3. Interesting, These balloon false ceilings designs are looking very graceful and are easy to maintain but are not permanent solution for a good ceiling.

  4. I love this so much, Debbie!!!!!

    1. Thanks Jen! I love that it is so versatile.... would be perfect for a wedding, baby shower birthday and spans all themes and styles.


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