Balloon Glas Vase




About: As a hobby I post DIY/tutorials on crafting and mechanical builds on YouTube:

This is a super simple and quick home decoration DIY project! :)

Items required:

  • Small Shotglas (made out of glas)
  • Balloon
  • Scissor

Yes, that is it!

Step 1: Watch This Video! :)

This is a video instruction I made for this project! :)

Step 2: Cut and Roll

Cut of the small rubber "ring" on the bottom of the balloon where you usually fill it with air. Then roll the balloon so you easily can place it on the shotglas.

Step 3: Placement

Roll the balloon on the glas and try placing the tip of your balloon on the bottom of your glas, do also try to stretch the rubber so you do not get any wrinkles along the sides. Be careful so you do not destroy the rubber when you pull/roll it.

You do not need to place your top hole in the centre. Place it wherever you want to, as long as it is over the opening of the glas. :)

Step 4: The Result!

Watch this video to see some result shoots in the beginning of the video tutorial! :)

If you liked this instruction, please hit like and subscribe on my YouTube channel! It is both free and does mean a lot to me! :) Thanks for your time and happy crafting!

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    9 Discussions


    1 year ago

    sweet! Thank you!



    3 years ago on Introduction

    I'm not trying to be rude but you spelled glass wrong


    3 years ago on Introduction

    Now I know what to do with my extra balloons! Great idea!


    3 years ago on Introduction

    You have the best DIY ideas ever. They are easy to do and are quite cheap. Me and my nephew did the watercolor coffee mugs project and it turned out just great. Those vases also look amazing and I can't wait to try them at home. Did you come up with these ideas by yourself or you had an inspiration?

    1 reply
    Victor DoesCJLullham

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you so much! :) I often read and look at DIY sites like this one, tumblr, pintrest... and make both similar and make a mix of my own ideas together with others. :)