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    How to blow up a balloon using vinegar and baking soda instead of helium....

    No Helium needed to fill Balloons GoodsHomeDesign

    Readdressing the "No Helium Needed to Fill This Balloon" caption that is being reattached to this pin again on the blog. Check it out.

    With the end of school right around the corner, its time to show your child's school teachers some love! This post is filled with Teacher Appreciation gift ideas and some awesome do's and don't from teachers themselves. This post is taken from Janel

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

    this site has really hilarious game ideas for adults and kids.

    Balloon Flowers - NO HELIUM!

    Llenar los globos en su casa - Sustitución del Helio No más corriendo hacia atrás para llenar globos con helio! Sólo tienes que mezclar vinagre y bicarbonato de soda! Necesitamos: • 1 botella de plástico de coca cola, • Globos (Se recomienda, para obtener mejores resultados llenar el globo y dejar salir el aire una o dos veces por lo que no se necesita tanta fuerza para comenzar a llenarlo con la mezcla) • 1 cucharadita de bicarbonato de sodio, para llenar el globo, aumenta las cantidades proporcionalmente cuidado... si es más en un globo ocurra lo inevitable ... que se rompa • 3 cucharadas de vinagre Cómo hacer: 1. Echa bicarbonato de sodio en la botella. 2. Echa el vinagre en el globo. 3. Une el extremo abierto del globo a la boca de la botella. 4. Levante el globo para dejar el vinagre en la botella. Resultados: La mezcla comienza a burbujear y el globo se llena. ¿Por qué? Es un cambio químico (reacción) cuando la mezcla de vinagre y bicarbonato de sodio.

    Woah, this mom has talent!! Cheap way to get fancy at parties. pin now, read later.

    Bleached Pinecones

    Dollar store plastic tablecloths and a few balloons - awesome party ceiling!

    Fill eggs with paint and toss them at canvas. Add it to the bucket list

    Soaking feet in vinegar (apple cider being best) for the softest feet ever!!! Its also a great remedy for many problems like toenail fungus, dry feet, tired feet, etc. ..here are some vinegar foot soaks that will help feet be soft and supple...seriously?

    Im sure you all have probably seen these before but just in case I thought I would pass it on...Looks like they are made with NON HELIUM balloons attatched to a stick/wire support with ribbons... as markers on the road.

    Two ingredient snow play recipe- this stuff is amazing! Naturally cold and feels just like fresh powder in your hands

    Pin now....read later, can't get enough of organizing ideas

    Once a month, add a cup of Distilled White Vinegar and a cup of baking soda during the HOT cleaning cycle. pour them directly into the drum. Then, add about ½ cup of vinegar and ½ cup of baking soda into the detergent dispenser.

    reception, maybe?

    Awesome recycling ideas!