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Paper Hot Air Balloon DIY in Just 5 Simple Steps

Easy project can be done in less than 5 minutes!

Paper hot air balloon Paper hot air balloon tutorial

Paper hot air balloon is so easy to do!

Easy project can be done in less than 5 minutes!

This paper hot air balloon tutorial is very simple and easy to follow.  This paper hot air balloon is perfect for decorating cards and wall arts.  This hot air balloon is very pretty. It is made out of scrapbook paper, construction paper can be used as well.  To make this hot air balloon, you need :


Scrapbook paper one or two sided


Hot Glue Gun


Liquid Glue

Hot Air Balloon Template



  1. Print the hot air balloon template.
  2. Cut out the template.
  3. Draw the hot air balloon template on a scrapbook paper  and cut.
  4. IMG_4565Using liquid glue paste the scrapbook paper hot air balloon cut out on the template. This is done to make the hot air balloon paper a little harder and thicker

hot hair balloon paper cut outs



5.  Attach ribbons and other kinds of embellishments  to the front of the hot air balloon. You can also used scrapbook paper cut outs and paste it on the front of the hot air balloon.

hot air balloon made from scrapbook paper



The finished project can be used to decorate wall arts, greeting cards and scrapbook pages.  Other materials like beads and scrapbook paper can also be used to decorate the front of the hot air balloon. Tissue paper can also be used to make the hot air balloon instead of scrapbook paper. Construction paper can also be used. There are thousands of ways to make hot air balloon. It can be out of paper, plastic, cardboards, magazines, and more. My favorite type of paper to make this is 2 sided scrapbook paper from Walmart. They are inexpensive and very colorful.

You can try this and let me know how it goes. Feel free to post your picture in the comments below. Enjoy!


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Juanita was born in the Philippines, decade writer and blogger. Born and raised in the countryside, where neighbors are miles away, chickens, cats and dogs were her closest friends. Juanita lives in Arizona, US with her husband and daughter.