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Party Planning - Balloon Decorating Tips - Balloon Flowers

Party Resource Guide
Presented by Event & Wedding Planners

How to make Balloon Flowers

Balloon Flowers are easy to make and can be air filled and attached to a stairway or hung down from the ceiling with fishing line. 

You can also fill them with helium and attach to fishing line to form an arch. This is usually done by making a small column of balloons on each side and floating the arch overhead. 

It is important that all the balloons are blown up to the same size. An easy way to size the balloons is to make a template. Cut a round hole in a piece of poster foam board or a box the size you want the balloons to be, and when inflating pass the balloon through the hole. Fig.1

 

Step 1. Tie a clear monofilament line (fishing line) (10-15 lb.) to a knotted 11" balloon. Allow a two foot tail. You will use this line to attach balloon to the center of the cluster. I used 11" balloons to make the flowers shown in the photo to the left. For smaller balloon flowers use 5" balloons.

Step 2. Tie two 11" balloons together at necks with one knot (all balloons should be inflated to same size for balance). Repeat this step to make three pairs.

 

Step 3. Twist the balloon pairs together at the necks to create a cluster of four balloons. Then repeat to form a cluster of six.

Step 4: Pull the single balloon with the fishing line attached through the center of the cluster and secure by wrapping the fishing line around a couple of the balloons in the cluster.

Optional: You can also blow up a couple of twist balloons with a hand pump about 3/4 full and then tie each balloon into a circle. Then tuck a twist balloon under the center balloon of the flower on each side.

 
How to make Balloon Clusters and Crepe Rosettes
How to make a Balloon Arch
How to make Balloon Clouds
How to make a Balloon Column
How to make a Balloon Buddies
How to make Balloon Fish
How to make Balloon Swags & Strands
How to make Balloon Spiders
How to Make Balloon Palm Trees
How to make a Balloon Wreath
How to make Spooky Balloon Decorations
Balloon Safety Tips

 

 

 

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Times Arch Each

Times Arch Each

Hawaiian Flower Foil Mylar Balloon Each

Hawaiian Flower Foil Mylar Balloon Each

Floral Luau Arch Each

Floral Luau Arch Each

Flowers Deluxe Danglers Pkg/2

Flowers Deluxe Danglers Pkg/2

Retro Flower Cutouts Pkg/4

Retro Flower Cutouts Pkg/4

Tropical Flower Cutouts Pkg/3

Tropical Flower Cutouts Pkg/3

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