What you need1 round balloon, blown up.
Paper or silk leaves (approximately 12 leaves for an average balloon)
Glue the leaves onto the balloon with the Modge Podge. Start with the largest leaves at the bottom (the large end of the balloon) and overlap them to build texture and strength into the bowl. Use the Modge Podge liberally to keep the leaves bonded to each other. Allow the Modge Podge to dry completely, about 24 hours, and pop the balloon. If some of the rubber sticks to the leaves pull it off gently. With a little patience you can remove it all in just a few minutes.
Tips: Find a small bucket or bowl to rest the balloon in while you’re working and to dry when it’s been completed. The weight of the leaves on the bottom of the balloon gives it a tendency to roll. Finish gluing all the leaves down in one session. If you wait to complete the project the next day the balloon will have changed shape due to shrinkage and subsequent leaves may not fit as nicely.