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Cover A Balloon In Mod Podge And Confetti, Then Pop It For A Glittery DIY Bowl

by Morgan Greenwald
Morgan is a writer on the branded content team who loves breakfast food almost as much as she loves dogs.

Compared to everyone else at my job, my desk is lackluster. And I can never find the right decorations to spruce it up.

With minimal desk space, I want my accessories to be both pretty and purposeful. Luckily, these glimmering DIY bowls add flair to my dull space while also holding paperclips and other office trinkets.

If you are looking for a creative way to store your office accessories, you’ll love these beautiful balloon bowls. This is such an easy project to do at home, and it can be done with just four inexpensive materials!

Check out the instructions and material list below to find out how you can make a balloon bowl of your own, and be sure to watch the video for a step-by-step guide.

Materials:

  • balloons
  • Mod Podge
  • silver, pink, orange, yellow, and purple glitter
  • confetti

Directions:

Confetti Bowl 

  1. Blow up a balloon, then cover the rounded side in Mod Podge in the shape of a bowl.
  2. Dip the balloon in a plate of confetti until all of the Mod Podge is covered.
  3. Cover the balloon with another layer of Mod Podge, then cover it with more confetti and let dry.
  4. Cut the balloon at the tie with a pair of scissors.
  5. Unfold the Mod Podge bowl, and cut off any extra pieces.

Glitter Bowl

  1. In a plastic cup, combine Mod Podge and glitter, and mix well.
  2. Apply glitter mixture to the rounded side of an inflated balloon in the shape of a bowl.
  3. Let sit for a few minutes, then cover with another layer of glitter Mod Podge.
  4. Repeat until all of the glitter Mod Podge is used up. Let dry.
  5. Cut the balloon at the tie with a pair of scissors.
  6. Unfold the Mod Podge bowl, and cut off any extra pieces.

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