Thrifty woman creates stunning balloon display for baby shower for just £12.99 and people are loving it – The Sun

WITH coronavirus restrictions still limiting booking how many people you can book into a restaurant, pub or cafe, people are finding inventive ways to mark their big life milestones with DIY celebrations.

Recently we told you about the mum who threw an epic carnival themed party in the garden for her kids with the help of ultra cheap eBay buys.

Even celebs are getting in on the action, with Sam Faiers and Ferne McCann throwing a boozed-soaked woodland party for their pal a few weeks ago.

And now a woman who threw a baby shower for her bestie has shown how to make a stunning balloon arch for a socially distanced party at home – and it only costs £12.99.

Writing on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, she explained how quick and easy the Amazon arch was to assemble.

The woman said: "Cant recommend enough! Bought this for a baby shower I was throwing!

"Took just over an hour to do! Only cost £12.99 from Amazon.

"I did cheat and use an electric balloon pump which was £25 as I have another one coming up soon..blows two up at the same time.

"No helium needed! And is secured together with plastic clip tape supplied."

It's not just the one savvy party-goers who is raving about these cheap and cheerful balloon arches.

Others began commenting on the post with their own experiences making balloon arches at home.

People recalled making their own artful balloon decorations for birthdays, anniversaries and anniversaries – and their feedback was equally as positive.

One woman commented: " did one of these last week too! So worth the money!"

Another wrote: "I can vouch they turn out great!"

For more amazing party inspiration, find out how a mum organised a flashy unicorn-themed party for her daughter – and it only cost £23.

Plus, this doting mum created campsite birthday party at home for daughter including ‘hot tub’ and DJ set – and parents are very impressed.

And in other parenting news, we told you how a mum used old Domino’s pizza boxes and sticks from dog walks to create stunning wicker letters for kids’ bedroom doors.

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