Fruit Balloon Garland
This bright and whimsical craft is a fun and easy way to create a little Tu B’shvat décor.
These fruits won’t spoil no matter how long before they are hung!
- Inflate the balloons. Bear in mind which fruit each balloon will represent, and size accordingly.(For example: purple balloons should be very small, and taped together into clusters to make grapes.)
- Use green paper to cut out leaf shapes, and fold them in half to get a nice, natural-looking crease in the middle.
- Tape the leaves to the balloons at the top, near the knot.
- Tie the fruit balloons (at the top knot) spaced somewhat evenly along the length of the string.
- Hang your fruit garland up in a doorway or across a room.
This article originally appeared in The Voice of Lakewood.