23 responses to “DIY Gold Splatter Paint Balloons”

  1. How cute and what a simple way to dress up a plan-colored balloon.

  2. Love these, doll! xoxo

  3. These are so fab, you did a super job. I’ve seen marble balloons for sale that kind of give the same effect but seeing as those are printed the marbling gets less vivid the more you inflate them so I far prefer yours. x

  4. You guys are so cute!!! Love those balloons.

  5. Such a great idea!! Also I’m in love with the wall. I take pictures of it whenever I pass by :)

  6. Love it! Another good one Kel.

  7. What a fun idea!

  8. Well, these are fantastic.

  9. Kelly…this is TOO CUTE FOR WORDS. Love!!

  10. Such a cute idea!

  11. These are so fun! I love the pictures :)

  12. wow!! I don’t think I’ll ever have plain colored balloons again. This looks amazing!

  13. Now, this I LOVE!!

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  15. Genius! These look lovely and it’s such a simple idea. Thank you for sharing this, it will make a great addition to my daughter’s party decor!

  16. This is SO cute! i think i’m going to try it for a party i’m having this week. thanks for sharing :) http://www.handmadeintheheartland.com

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  18. such an easy but impressive tutorial…..


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