DIY: Baby Shower Decoration


Hello everyone!!! It’s Shari here with my first DIY project for Simon!

I’ve created a Baby Shower Decoration that can be hung on a wall or in my case, hung in my living room window. This was a super fun project to make and has that WOW factor for the party.


The idea is to have a cluster of balloons to symbolize clouds and raindrops falling from them for the shower. I found this idea on Pinterest and had to give it a whirl! The Tim Holtz Petal Drop was the handiest die to use for this project since I needed to cut out so many raindrops, I was able to cut out 12 at a time. I’ve used a few hardware items to put everything together, first being a drill and L Brackets to hold 4 canvases together.


I used soft colors of different pattern papers.. perfect for baby!


Ready for the How To? I’ve shot a video explaining the process. Hope you enjoy!

I’ve listed all the supplies below. Depending on how full you want your “cloud” I used about 25 balloons, I could have used more, but hey, it’s a learning process. Thanks for stopping by!

  1. Love this idea! It turned out so beautifully. Now I just wish I knew someone that was having a baby that I could do this for! :) Thank you for sharing your awesome creativity with us!

  2. This is a wonderful shower decoration. Good Luck with your shower and congrats on the up coming birth of your granddaughter.

  3. Hi Shari,

    It is such a nice blog. Especially the Video where you are telling how did you create decoration. In fact so many mothers thinks that her 1st baby shower would be decorated by her self. This video can be useful to these kind of women.

    Thanks again

  4. Great design! In the photo it looks like you used different nuteral colored balloons and let some hang low from the canvas- is that right?

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