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Thursday, September 18, 2014
For this one you need 1 160 and 1 5" spider eye round.
Partially inflate the round. Twist off a 3 inch bubble for the head and then turn the rest into a pinch twist by tying the knot around the middle.
Inflate the 160 leaving a 4-5 inch tail.
Make 4 sets of poodle style legs 2 1/2 inch bubble, 2 1-inch bubbles - another 2 1/2 inch bubble.
make a pinch twist and center it in the middle of the 4 sets of legs. Remove the excess balloon and tie off. The legs will still be a bit off and not flat. Adding the body will take care of that.
Twist the center of the body around the middle of the legs. Position the pinch twist on the bottom under the spider and the body on top.
Marker as desired.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
We're deep into the fundraising part of our project and selling t-shirts. Check them out! Show your love of reading while helping us raise money for literacy at the same time!
Thursday, August 7, 2014
Saturday, March 15, 2014
Who says a princess can't be fancy, but still strong enough to protect herself? this is a fun and fancy sword for all the princesses who are tougher than they look.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
The 646 rosebud is an easy enough shape, but working with the big balloons is trick if you don't do it very often. Just takes a little practice and the result really makes people say "Wow!"
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
The basic mermaid is fun to customize. I always ask what color hair and swimsuit. Kids can get creative and I've made more than one mermaid with blue or green skin and a pink tail. This one is a little more traditional.
A little turtle with a golden shell. Of course you could use other colors of link o loons, but I like the gold ones.