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use golf tees to stake balloons to the ground! Such a good idea for any type of party!!

Use golf tees to stake balloons to the ground! Use balloons staked into the ground with golf tees to make a balloon pathway as well. Magical effect-Such a good idea for any type of party or photo shoot!

A good idea in giving away surprises in a kids party. They will pop the balloon with the money or small candies inside. For sure they will hurriedly pick up the surprises one by one!

DIY money balloons as gifts: We make it so easy for people when we just hand them gift money in a card. Don't you think they should work for it a little more? The enjoyment of trapping money inside a balloon full of confetti will never get old.

Floating Canopy Idea! The Balloons Are Attached To The Ground With Fishing Wire!

BEST IDEA EVER! Floating canopy: the balloons are attached to the ground with fishing line, probably the coolest thing ever. (and it doesn't have to be for a wedding, could do for an outdoor birthday party)

Do in yellow for a wiggles party

So cute for a little girl birthday party or baby shower! * Make These Adorable Marshmallow Tutu Pops Using Cupcake Liners *

Wedding Tables

Wedding Tables

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

NO HELIUM NEEDED 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

Fold over plastic table cloth roll, use tape to hold to table.  Very clever idea

Fold over the table cloth and tape it for a double ruffle look--other plastic table cover ideas too.

These whimsical and colorful pom pom balloons are perfect for a gumball birthday party! Materials needed: clear balloons, pom poms, and hot glue.

Pom-Pom Balloons!

DIY Pom-Pom Balloons ~ Who would've thought that you could hot glue things onto a balloon without it popping? ***don't hot glue - use rubber cement - just a tiny bit on each

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