I can’t tell you how many times I’ve made balloons for birthday parties.
The decorations are simple, but they also have a subtle elegance.
They come in many colors, shapes, and sizes.
But what I really love is the fact that you can customize your balloon for each individual.
When I made this little balloon for my friend and her friends birthday, she decided to make her own.
She chose to make it a red balloon with a green, blue, and yellow border.
It was the perfect choice for her.
She said, “I love the color scheme and the shape.
I love that it’s the way I want it to be.”
This balloon was just the right size for her and she enjoyed it as a party balloon.
The balloon decorating process I usually do the balloons in my home.
I make sure to take care of the balloon and the balloons themselves, so they’re ready to be used the day they’re decorated.
The only thing that really takes time is getting the balloons ready to go.
First, you need to get the balloons out of the canisters.
When I do that, I usually wrap them in a paper towel.
Then I roll the paper towel around the balloon.
I do this to ensure that the balloons are all dry.
Then, I gently squeeze the balloon out of its canister.
This helps to release any water from the balloon, so it can be used on the day of the party.
Next, I add my balloons to a sheet of bubble wrap.
Then it’s time to put on the balloons.
The balloon has to have a diameter of one inch and a height of four inches.
It should be made out of a very light, smooth, and elastic material.
To make sure that the balloon is perfectly shaped, I place a balloon on top of the bubble wrap and hold it up.
If the balloon floats, it will create the illusion of a balloon.
If it does not float, I put more bubble wrap on top.
If you have any questions, let me know in the comments section.
Happy balloon decorator! Posted by Cheryl Cunningham at 10:58 PM