How To Easily Make Superhero Stress Balls


Working in a stressful environment will do no good for your health and well-being, but sometimes switching your job is not an option. This doesn’t mean you can’t reduce stress factors around you or try to make yourself feel more comfortable in a stressful situation. Some people let out steam by doing sports or meditating, but stress balls are a cheap and practical option for everyone and will help you reduce a lot of stress. What’s great about them is that you can even make your own stress ball at home, as you will only need 4 supplies: balloons, flour, a pair of scissors and a water bottle. If you ever lose your stress ball or it breaks, you can make another one anytime without stressing out about the costs. The video tutorial will show you how to make your own stress ball. This is also a great idea to try out with children, as they are going to love these gummy balls filled with flour.



8 Responses to “How To Easily Make Superhero Stress Balls”

  1. Trudy says:

    Disturbs me that you are using products like balloons that aren’t earth friendly .

  2. Patty says:

    So cool, this would be a fun project/team builder!

  3. Alfreda Hopper says:

    Love the things you do! I’m always looking for inexpensive things that I can make to give away to the little ones at church. The Ninja balls will be perfect!!! I may hit the local party store this Saturday and get balloons. Can’t wait to try it.

  4. magda says:


  5. cindy says:

    Love the turtle hero stress balls balloons

  6. Pari says:

    I love it its so easy

  7. Tammy Smith says:

    Love it..great idea..

  8. Rebecca Munroe says:

    What a super (no pun intended) project. I can make my grandson enough Batman balls to share with his guests at his birthday party. He is EVERYTHING Batman right now. As I began writing this another use for this project will be the giveaway table at my Cancer Center. I’ll mostly be making pink, but other colors too. Thanks for sharing.

Leave a Reply

© 2024 Home Design, Garden & Architecture Blog Magazine. All rights reserved.