DIY Confetti and Pom-Pom Balloons

Pinterest! Oh Pinterest! You make me do such pretty things!

I don’t like Confetti and Pom-poms, said no one ever!  Agree?

After spending some time (read: few hours) on Pinterest, I suddenly came across this super cute DIY on Balloons, which was not only insanely easy to do but looked extremely fancy and a great way to glam up the party decoration without pinching the bank.

This DIY is great for any party –  birthday, anniversary, graduation or maybe just to say love you to someone special on any ordinary day.


All  I needed were:

  • Clear/Transperant balloons
  • Some Confetti (Can be easily made by using hole puncher on Tissue papers)
  • Pom-poms (favourite/theme colour)
  • Some glue
  • Some glitter
  • A funnel (if needed )
  • Helium ( although I did not use it, but it is recommended)


For the Confetti Balloons – Just pour the confetti and glitter into the clear balloons, tie a knot and shake them up to evenly spread the confetti around. If using tissue paper, its best to touch all the paper cut-outs and rub the balloon on carpet/clothes, just to create some static electricity. This will make them stick to the inside of the balloon better.

For the Pom-pom Balloons – Stick the pom-poms randomly all over the balloons.

These DIY Balloons gives the party a pretty look, and can be customised according to the theme colour.

Hope you all enjoyed this simple DIY, hope to read your valuable comments below!


Till then,




  1. Sanjukta Maitra
    January 19, 2017 / 10:22 am

    Lovely!!! Can’t imagine such a beautiful thing can be done so easily.Excellent idea for my grandchildren ‘s birthday celebrations.Thanks for sharing such a simple yet awesome diy.

    • January 20, 2017 / 3:23 am

      Thank you so much for your kind words! Yes, they are great for party decoration… would be delighted if you try them out for your grandchildren’s love balloons and these will add a touch of interest.

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