How to Make An Easy Christmas DIY Balloon Garland Tree

Christmas DIY Balloon Christmas Tree — We’re pairing everyone’s favorite party decor trend with a little holiday twist to make this colorful DIY Balloon Garland Tree!

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

It’s not exactly a space saver tree, but wow factor it does have!

We’re pairing everyone’s current favorite party trend with a little holiday touch to make this DIY balloon garland tree!

Now this is a DIY that will DEFINITELY turn you into a balloon pump owner, if you aren’t already.

While it might take a little elbow grease and some color combination commitment, it will definitely get all of your guests talking.

I mean, have you ever seen a better ugly Christmas sweater party statement piece than this? I think not…

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

Materials and Tools Needed for Christmas DIY Balloon Garland Tree

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

How To Make a Christmas DIY Balloon Garland Tree

Step 1 – Align the three wooden trellis up to form a triangular pyramid.

Step 2 – Then, use the wire to attach them in all three bottom and top corners.

It’s likely that the trellises won’t line up perfectly, which is fine! You won’t see that they’re uneven once the balloons are attached, they simply need to be securely fastened to each other.

 

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

Step 3 – Begin blowing up your balloons in varying sizes and attach them to the wooden trellis with balloon string.

To make the process go more quickly, you can also twist three balloons together at the knots, and then string onto the trellis forming a pyramid shape.

Step 4 – Once you have your balloons all blown up and attached, top with a fun accent start and style.

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

What do you think? Too much of a time investment, or do you think it packs enough of a colorful punch to make it worth it?

It’s definitely a fun conversation starter for a holiday or ugly sweater party, that’s for sure!

Also read:Friendsgiving Table DIY Balloon Centerpiece ( + Recipe)

How Long Will a Balloon Garland Stay Up?

You can make a standard balloon arch with properly inflated latex balloons that will last for anywhere from 12 hours to 2 days. No matter what, your event is sure not going down without any significant issues!

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

 

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How To MakeBalloon Garland Tree

DIY Balloon Garland Tree by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

DIY Balloon Garland Tree

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This easy tutorial will show you how to make a festive balloon garland that's perfect for a Christmas party or as a fun addition to your holiday decor.
Prep Time3 hrs
Total Time3 hrs
Course DIY

Equipment

  • Wire cutters
  • Scissors

Instructions

  • Align the three wooden trellis up to form a triangular pyramid
  • Then, use the wire to attach them in all three bottom and top corners.
    It’s likely that the trellises won’t line up perfectly, which is fine! You won’t see that they’re uneven once the balloons are attached, they simply need to be securely fastened to each other.
  • Begin blowing up your balloons in varying sizes and attach them to the wooden trellis with balloon string.
    To make the process go more quickly, you can also twist three balloons together at the knots, and then string onto the trellis forming a pyramid shape.
  • Once you have your balloons all blown up and attached, top with a fun accent start and style.
Cost: $100
KEYWORD: balloon garland on tree

 

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5 thoughts on “How to Make An Easy Christmas DIY Balloon Garland Tree”

  1. Can’t it be built up without the wood? Just pile balloons up on top of each other in the shape of a triangle/tree without tying them?? And without strings? And hope it will keep! I love it .. going to build it up as I just suggested. Love the colours too. Please do try and answer my questions. Thank you

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    • Hi Johana! We haven’t tried building the DIY Balloon Christmas Tree but you can certainly try. We would love to know how it works out for you.

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  2. This is so awesome! If I had the studio space, I would be doing crazy fun things like this all the time. Too bad though this one won’t last too long. Do you think it will deflate before Christmas?

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