This holly and berry balloon garland is the simplest decoration and will take you max 10 minutes depending on how long you make the garland. It adds a little festive charm to your Christmas party, doorway or mantle. I currently have mine hanging by the window of my studio. The best part about it is that your kids can do it no problem!
Materials: red balloons, red/white baker’s twine, scotch tape or double sided stick tape, green paper, scissors, glue gun
Step 1: Blow up some balloons so they are small enough to group in small clumps as berries.
Step 2: With scotch tape or double sided stick tape attach a little to the balloon and stick to another. Group in threes or twos.
Step 3: Cut out holly leaves in proportion to the size of the balloons. Draw or paint yellow veins onto the leaves.
project and photography by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built
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