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How to Blow up a Balloon With Baking Soda and Vinegar

No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar an baking soda! i need to remember this!

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from Tiny Prints Blog

DIY: High School Graduation Party Decor

How to make giant balloons look like they are filled with helium without spending a fortune of money!

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from DESIGNED

27 New Year's Eve Party Decorating Dos (& NO Don'ts ;-)

27 New Year's Eve Party Decorating Dos (& NO Don'ts ;-) — DESIGNED w/ Carla Aston

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What an awesome idea! No day-of running around getting balloons filled!

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Balloon bunting. Blow up balloons and tie a knot. Use a needle and dental floss to string balloons together. Hang 'em up! No more need for helium. by mollie

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No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! I need to remember this! | greengardenblog.comgreengardenblog.com

Balloon bunting. Blow up balloons and tie a knot. Use a needle and dental floss to string balloons together. Hang 'em up! No more need for helium. by mollie

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No helium? No problem. Just tape balloons into the ceiling using double face tape after attaching long ribbons to each one. The ombre glitter is beautiful!

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from Gabie & Kids

Party planning: Decorating with Balloons without helium.

I was actually working on a blog post for tomorrow, when I was distracted by Pinterest and decided to write this Party Planning post. This always seems to happen! I get sucked into Pinterest, admir...

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