I created some candy lights for Christmas last year, and thought these lollipop balloons would be a perfect pairing. They could also be used for a birthday party. And like all the best DIYs, these are a cinch to make and could even be made by kids.
Step 1: Paint the dowels white and let them dry thoroughly.
Step 2: Wrap the black tape around the top of the dowel and then continue wrapping down until the end.
Step 3: Blow up the balloons.
Step 4: Tape around the end of the balloon to the top of the dowel.
Step 5: Cut a square piece of cellophane large enough to wrap around the balloon and gather at the bottom. Secure the wrapped cellophane with a piece of string and cut off the ends. Fluff the cellophane a bit to give it some shape.
Easy peasy! Just stick them into the ground and you’re ready to go!
photography and DIY by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built
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