These Jack O Lantern Balloons are just one of the many fun and spooktacular Halloween party Ideas to help throw one amazing party.
I love when a project comes together so well as to delight those who see it completed. That’s what happened with these Jack O Lantern balloons.
My kids saw the balloons, they saw me cut out the vinyl and weren’t quite sure what to expect from these pieces. But when they saw the finished product, they were all smiles.
To make these Jack O Lantern balloons you will need:
You will also need the cut file of the Jack O Lantern faces which you can find below.
Upload the free download cut files into your cutting software. Once uploaded onto your canvas, resize the images to fit on your balloon.
I bought 12″ balloons so I sized my Jack O Lantern faces to about 6″ square. Or close to that. Once they are resized cut the faces out of the black vinyl. We used removable vinyl for this project.
Weed the vinyl so that all that is left are the pieces of the Jack O Lantern faces. Blow up your balloons and just use your fingers to place the vinyl onto the balloons to create the faces.
I used the pieces together as I have created them in the cut file. But you can totally mix and match the pieces to create different faces. Maybe kids would love to create their own balloon Jack O lantern to take home as a party gift.
This project came together so quickly. And these balloons are sure to make a big impact for your party.
Below you can find the download for those free faces cut file. You could always use something other than vinyl. Using card stock or construction paper would work too.
Just make sure to select the correct material when you go to cut out the faces. If you don’t have a cutting machine, you can download these anyway, print them out on paper and trace them onto card stock and cut them out.
Halloween Party Ideas
We are ready to start all the fall festivities. Starting with Halloween! My crafty friends and I are bringing you all the Halloween Party Ideas to help you throw a spooktacularly fun event.
Whether you are decorating or creating these Recycled Egg Carton Bats are the perfect addition to your Halloween Party fromBeth at Creatively Beth.
Laura from Me and My INKlings is the ultimate troop leader, so we love her collection of Girl Scout Halloween Party Ideas, they are brilliant!
The party favors are covered with a set of free printable Halloween Character Treat Boxes created by Lindsay of Artsy Fartsy Mama.
Liz with Liz on Call has the most adorable Halloween party idea – Jack-O-Lantern Balloons! Get the tutorial and a downloadable file over on her blog.
Create quick and easy Halloween Party Favors with Felt using the tutorial from Blanca with Creativities Galore. We love this idea because they are reusable!
Get together with your GHOUL friends for a craft night! Candice from She’s Crafty gives you all the details for a Haunted House Party!
Michelle of Michelle’s Party Plan-It has the spooky side covered with her DIY Freddy Krueger Bag. Perfect for a Halloween Party favor or Trick-or-Treat bag.
With just a few supplies create Halloween Monster Pretzels to serve at your October 31st Party. Beth with the Ruffled Daisy is sharing her tutorial.
Marissa with Rae Gun Ramblings is cooking up some sweet and spooky Cauldron Cakes. Get the recipe and step by step directions on her blog.
Let’s take adorable to a whole new level with a No-Sew Baby Bat Sock Stuffie created by Debra of Debra Quartermain Designs. We think he’s FANG-TASTIC!
These Halloween Party Ideas are all so cute! Which one will you be adding to your Halloween party?
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