Last week I did some balloon decor for my church, to help celebrate the first week of their kids’ services returning after quarantine! The balloons were designed to go with the graphics created for the coming month’s theme, specifically the words “Faith” and “Focus.” The graphics included colorful images of 3D glasses with halftone dots, so we had some fun with polka dot balloons! I also created a giant pair of 3D glasses using mylar 0’s, 7’s, and colored cellophane. It was super fun! I ordered a pack of 100 pairs of 3D glasses, and had my boys turn them into garlands using my Crop-A-Dile tool. Here are a few photos, and a time lapse video of the project going up!
My boys were great helpers! We built a couple columns in about 2 hours. I realized when I got there that I had accidentally ordered the dark blue balloons in 5″ diameter instead of 11″. Gah! So, I ran out to the nearest party shop to get more dark blue, while Sam stayed behind and kept filling the others to keep us on schedule. Thanks, Sam!
Here is a time lapse video of everything…scroll down for more pics!
Our new balloon sectionis a great place to start if you’re getting into balloon twisting, with an assortment of balloons and hand pumps. I plan on expanding the assortment of colors soon as well! Got a favorite that you use most often? Let me know, as I’d love to incorporate your feedback! I am not a professional balloon twister myself, although I plan to learn soon. So, I am open to any and all suggestions.
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I had a great time on Saturday painting with Rusty the Clown and his daughters, “Dotsy” and “Pumpkin,” at Como Park in St. Paul. My mom and I have painted with them for this event for several years. Rusty puts on a great magic show, and his daughters are a blast to watch as they entertain the kids with their balloon animals and bubbly personalities!
Here I am painting a princess crown on Pumpkin’s arm:
They are such a great bunch of people and I really enjoy it when I have the chance to work with Rusty. I soon hope to add his information to my own website, where I will be able to offer his wonderful entertainment to clients as well!