You don’t always want to spend a little fortune on décor for house gatherings. Here are simple Friendship Day decoration ideas.
And other times, you wish for something more distinctive and personalized to honor a loved one.
If you’re planning a Friendship Day, we suggest doing some DIY labor to get the celebrations going. In this article, we have mentioned simple Friendship Day decoration ideas you can do at home.
The following are the basic Friendship Day decoration ideas you can do at home:
Regular balloons can be transformed into little hot air balloons with a few simple techniques.
The result is adorable, and your kids will like it.
Fair enough, we enjoy it as well; thus, we’d be content with these decorations for our birthdays.
Cardstock in rainbow colors.
- 3m small wire hooks
- Glue Gun (low temp)
- White thread
- Balloons (in white)
Steps to make a hot air balloon
Step 1: Using a knife and ruler, cut cardstock into 1 1/2 by 11-inch strips.
Hot glue a strip on top of the start, middle, and end of five horizontally arranged strips.
To ensure that the three support strips are flush with the height, trim the cardstock.
Step 2: Join the cardstock piece’s ends with hot glue to create a loop. Trim several 1″ by 2-1″ cardstock strips. To create a basket, weave the pieces together over and under one another.
Step 3: Determine the length of three pieces of twine and cut them.
Locate the middle of the strands, then hot glue them together to form an asterisk.
Wrap the strings around a 12″ balloon that has been inflated and knotted.
Step 4: Knot the thread around the twine’s middle. The middle of the twine should then be hot glued to the balloon’s top.
Allow the adhesive to cool totally.
Step 5: Install a 3-meter hook on the ceiling.
After that, secure the hook’s thread end. Six strands of twine should be evenly spaced out around the balloon, and the ends should be hot glued to the basket.
You’re almost done!
Use cardstock to create small bunting for the balloons by slicing it into long strands that are 1″ tall.
To create a lot of triangles that are 1″ wide, stack a few strips and cut them diagonally.
Leave some room between each triangle as you hot glue it to the string.
Step 6: Hot glue the bunting around the balloon’s vertical thread in a scalloped fashion.
Once you’ve finished trimming, you’re done!
Kids’ parties require pinatas! You can make them if you have a little yard (or even if you don’t), and the kids will enjoy trying to bash them open to see what candy fall out. Undoubtedly, there will be a mess, but cleaning it up will be far more enjoyable.
- Chipboard or lightweight cardboard
- Masking Tape
- Tissue Paper
- Glue Stick or Hot Glue
- Pipe cleaner (for hanging loop)
Steps to make a summer pinata:
Step 1: Draw a basic shape twice, followed by a long strip that is as thick as you want the sides to be.
Step 2: Start holding objects in place by using masking tape.
Step 3: Don’t forget to cut space for the sweets to fit into and a few holes for the pipe cleaner loop to pass through at the top.
Step 4: Glue down a layer of tissue cut into simple shapes using a glue stick or hot glue.
As a result, the fringe appears fuller, and the structure is hidden.
Step 5: Fringe rows are added in ascending order, beginning at the bottom.
Paper chains can be used to create another beautiful photo backdrop.
They are adorable!
Additionally, it will appear even prettier if you use colored paper for an ombre effect.
Check out the Design Improvised tutorial.
- Coloured Craft papers
Steps to make summer pinata:
Step1: In lieu of using a ruler and scissors, a paper cutter-like fringing tool is particularly useful because it allows you to quickly cut a large number of uniform strips.
Step 2: It is incredibly simple to produce a chain without having to worry about glue drying out when using a handheld stapler.
To make the staple invisible, simply slide it behind the ring.
You may want to build this cherry balloon party garland if you want to test out a charming summertime concept for your party.
Green paper, red balloons, and twine are all that is required.
All the directions are available right here.
- Red or pink balloons
- A balloon inflator
- Green card stock paper
- Tape or glue
Steps to make balloon Garland:
Step1: Here is a different way to use balloons if you have any leftovers. To make cherries, you’ll need a few red balloons. To blow them up, use the accompanying balloon inflator.
But be careful not to completely blow them up. Being slightly rounded, cherries might just work if you blow them up halfway. Fix the ends.
Step2: Cut a brief length of twine. It is around 18 inches long. Trim any extra string after tying each end to the balloon’s tip.
Step 3: Next, cut a long piece of string that will be the length of your finished garland. Using command strips or thumbtacks, attach them to the wall.
Step 4: Each double “cherry” balloon should be wrapped around the rope used to hang the garland. They ought to be balanced and not lean to one side.
Step 5: Then, on a piece of green cardstock paper, sketch a few leaves and cut them out. If you’d like to add some variation, give the leaves additional stem features. Attach the two leaves with glue. Use tape or hot glue to attach the leaves to the front of the garland.
Another choice is to fasten the leaf by punching a hole in the bottom of it, then tying it to the garland.
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For simple Friendship Day decoration, you can make zig- zag streamers. They are easy to make and enhance the beauty of the room.
- Rainbow colored papers
- Glue Gun
Step 1: Start with a rectangle-shaped piece of colored paper in the first step.
Cut a strip about an inch wide, starting on one of the long sides, but stopping short of going through.
Step 2: Cut again after measuring approximately 2′′ from the first.
Keep making 2-inch cuts in the paper on that side.
Step 3: Flip the paper over and cut halfway between the 2″ portions (but not all the way through).
You have an accordion streamer to add festiveness to your gathering.
Are you feeling motivated with these simple Friendship Day decoration ideas?
Have you found all you required for the Friendship Day decor?
While some are undoubtedly simpler to construct than others, we’re confident you’ll find something to fit your preferences, crafting time constraints, and ability level.
If you have any new ideas you would like to share with our readers, comment below and let us know.