Inflatable Birthday Invitation

November 3, 2011 |  by  |  Blog, DIY, Party

Just a quicky..totally forgot to post those;-) Cute idea for any kind of party!

 

 

Stick the balloon to some cardstock with washi tape (which you can buy here) . Voila!

 

Good night, lovelies!

 

 


//xoxo, Sibylle//

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14 Comments

  1. What a creative and playful idea! I love it.

  2. the tape just makes the invitation. precious!

  3. It’s really a great idea and I would love to use it for my little girls birthday. But could you please reveal how you did it? Have you written on it while blown up? I tried it but after taken out the air the colour smudged. Is there any trick?
    Greetings from Germany XXX

  4. This is totally awesome! I will do it for my birhday next year haha! Thanks for sharing this great idea!

  5. Love the idea! Re-posted on my Facebook page “Press Print Party”. (no blog yet:)

  6. What a cool idea! I’ve been feeling kind of bad for balloons lately…they just don’t get the play they used to.

  7. What a great idea! I wonder if a stamp would work with permanent ink? Excited to try this for my son’s 6th birthday. I want a Disney Up party, and he wants Angry Birds. Either way this would be an adorable and unique invite. Thank you for the inspiration! :)

  8. Also, just found out that Expo2 dry erase markers will NOT smear off the balloon! :)

  9. Great Idea! Using it for my 4 year old’s casual birthday party. My only thought was that some germaphobes (I’m not one) might not want to blow up the balloon after someone else has. Ha! I won’t tell if you won’t. ;-)

  10. which marker did you use? i tried so many permanent markers but none of them worked. the colour dried quickly on the blown up balloon but when the air gets out it smudges immediately. i think this is a problem of the surface enlargement. i don’t get it why it works here. i really don’t understand :(

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