I‘ve said it before and I’ll say it again but I love DIYs that are quick, easy and inexpensive. This one certainly ticks all three boxes! After my Bat Balloon DIY for Halloween I’ve been itching to do some more balloon projects. It was my birthday the weekend before last so I wanted to make a birthday-themed balloon project. What screams birthday more than sprinkles?! And y’all know how much I love sprinkles!
Step 1: Blow your balloons up using helium or regular air then tie the end in a knot to seal it.
Step 2: If you used helium then quickly tie your ribbon around the balloon and secure to something heavy like a chair. Make sure you don’t let your balloon go before you do this or you might lose it to your ceiling like I did!
Step 3: Grab your Sharpies and draw on some ‘sprinkles’. I found my brush tip Sharpies were perfect for this project as the thickness meant I only had to draw one line for each sprinkle as opposed to needing to do a little bit of colouring-in when I used my fine tip Sharpies.
It’s as easy as that! Now get making and decorating your house for that party!