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Making : Balloon Jellyfish

22 April 20095 Comments

The kids made this the other day.

Jellyfish friends!

A really simple and quick activity for little kids!

Here’s how your family can make some too :

What we used :

– Balloons (We used tiny balloons, usually available in supermarkets too)

– Double-sided tape

– Crepe paper

– Marker (to draw the eyes and mouth)

What we did :

– Inflate the balloons, tie the ends and stick double-sided tape around it

– Cut out strips of different coloured crepe paper

– Let the kids place crepe paper onto the sticky tape around the balloons

– Draw eyes and mouths on the balloons

And that’s it!!

And the kids went all silly with them!


  • Leonny says:

    Hann’s Mommy:

    hey there, thanks for the extra tips on using cellophane paper!

    I don’t have any at home, hehe … and so there’s a time when we used our supermarket plastic bag and cut thin strips out of it 🙂

  • Hann's Mummy says:


    maybe can try using Cellophane paper for the tentacles so it looks even more “jelly”

  • Leonny says:

    Hi Gwen!

    How cool! It’s nice to know how the ideas shared on the site can inspire others to create their very own projects with their kids too!

    Yup, do email me the pics! Would love to see the crafts! 😀


    Astrid :

    Thanks thanks !

    Dan top itu … hehehe … itu baju bali yang depan belakangnya udah ‘ilang’ gambarnya! haha Itu baju emang enak bgt, ademmmmm !

  • astrid says:

    Le, other than the great idea you’ve got there, i must say the kids’ tops look soooo comfy! Beli dimana le? Mau donk! Kayaknya enak bgt tuh bahan nya. Apalg utk di jkt yg hot and humid gini. Hehe!

  • Gwenneth says:

    Hi Leonny,

    This is a great idea! And after reading this post, I have just gotten an inspiration for my alphabet craft projects with my daughter. Thank you! Will email you to let you know when I have done it and share the pics with you =)

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