No tricks. Just treats! We thought we’d make our own version of Halloween. A little less spooky and a bit cuter and more colorful! Sharing with you how we made this DIY Balloon Wall with decorative cutouts and googly eyes. Read till the end for the free downloadable so you can recreate your own too.
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Tools and Materials
For your balloon googly eyes, you will need:
- Halloween googly eyes printable template
- colorful balloons
- masking tape
- paper (for high quality prints like this, we recommend using matte photo paper and putting your printer on photo + best quality setting) but regular bondpaper works fine too
- home printer (We used our Canon Lasershot LBP2900 laser printer here!)
For your Halloween icons, you will need:
Free Printable: Halloween Googly Eyes + DIY Balloon Wall
Step 1: Blow up some balloons and set them up on a wall, on the table or wherever you wish to decorate.
Step 2: Download the Halloween Googly Eyes template. Link below.
Step 3: Print out on any office paper and voila! You’re ready to googlify!
Step 4: With some tape, place your eyes on balloons (or anywhere if you’d like) and you’re done!
This is entirely optional but you may also cut some Halloween icons like bats and spiders on black cardstock with your Cricut machine!
Cutting Cardstock with Cricut: Don’t know how to cut cardstock on your Cricut? Check out this post.
No Cricut? No worries! You may just print your Halloween icons using your Canon Lasershot LBP2900 printer and cut them with scissors.
This Halloween Googly Eyes printable features several monster and ghoul eye sets for your spooky decor and craft needs. It’s a great for adding a fun element to your Halloween celebrations! Printed using our Canon Lasershot LBP2900 laser printer.
If you decide to use these Halloween Googly Eyes Printable or make your own Halloween DIY Balloon Wall, feel free to show us! We’d love to see what you make. You can find and tag us on our various social channels: Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Tiktok and Instagram. Looking for more arts and crafts ideas? Check out our other blog posts for more crafting and Cricut resources.