Categories

Come on in! Join Pinterest today...it only takes like a second or so.

DIY : How to make a Tissue Paper Tassel Garland

How to Make a Tissue Paper Tassel Garland | Pizzazzerie

pizzazzerie.com

easy balloon wall

a happy two-year-old is my fave

youaremyfave.com

Cupcake Garland - fun idea for party decor!

Cupcake Wrapper Garland - The Chic Site

thechicsite.com

Cascading tissue poms. For more great birthday party ideas and decorations visit Get The Party Started on Etsy at www.GetThePartySt...

#diy hexagonal cake decor

DIY Washi Tape/bamboo skewer flags - would be great as cake/cupcake toppers. (Washi tape from Pick Your Plum)

Personal pinatas! | Might be the perfect little bit of fun if our top venue choice pans out.

to make: tiny pinatas

notmartha.org

Easy centerpiece for any age and tie balloons to the top.

Jac o' lyn Murphy: COUNTING the ways we are SPEECHLESS

jacolynmurphy.com

No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda!

How to Blow up a Balloon With Baking Soda and Vinegar | eHow

ehow.com
  • Lori Lendzion

    stop pinning this, people! THIS IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR HELIUM. THESE BALLOONS WILL NOT FLOAT. THEY WILL FILL WITH CO2 WHICH IS THE SAME AS WHAT COMES OUT OF YOUR LUNGS.

  • Zen H

    The balloons won't float, though. It'd be no different than blowing them up by hand.

  • Crystal Stegall

    Great for people with asthma etc.

  • Hazel Olcott

    have a friend blow them up

TUTORIAL: Paper Ball Chains | MADE, would be fun to make with kids!!!

TUTORIAL: Paper Ball Chains | MADE

danamadeit.com

1st birthday party sweets table - streamer backdrop with sign is a cute idea!

Baby C Turns One - Project Nursery

projectnursery.com

No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! I NEED TO REMEMBER THIS! this is important since helium is not a renewable source and is in such short supply

How to Blow up a Balloon With Baking Soda and Vinegar | eHow

ehow.com
  • Angel Segrest

    This doesn't make helium. It will fill the balloon with gas, but it will not float.

  • Rachel Page

    Wow! I will make this!

  • Miranda Hughes

    Definitely will not float: CO2 is more dense than air, while helium is much less dense.

a pretty backdrop

5 steps to creating the ultimate cupcake bar

kojo-designs.com

Decoration!

Too Stinkin' Cute: Party Poof!

toostinkincute.blogspot.com

Great site for party planning supplies - put in a theme and see what they come up with

Sweet and simple backdrop idea - strips of crepe paper!

DIY Pinata

The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Make Your Own Pinata

imperfecthomemaking.com

Strips of plastic table cloths. So much easier than streamers!

Rainbow Unicorn Party Pic Overload!!!!

cafemom.com

balloons blown up to different sizes and just taped to the wall.