Then once you have all your balloons assembled you can begin to stack and tie them. Initially I ran a thread right through the middle like the above directions said. But I didn’t feel like they were tight enough, so I started looping my one REALLY long thread around each new balloon set, and looping down to the set below them and pulling them together to tighten.
Eventually it got high enough where I needed to recruit some help to keep the stack from falling over as I added new layers.
What a cute banner! Have fun in Vegas!
Where Seconds Count 2nd grade blog
Have a blast. I lover balloon banner. You have inspired me to make one for Open House
Have fun in Vegas! And, thanks for sharing about my giveaway!
Teaching With Love and Laughter
I'm so jealous!! Have a blast in Vegas! I can't wait to hear all about it. 🙂 Your balloon banner came out adorable!
Learning Is Something to Treasure
Your balloon banner turned out just awesome!!! So cute!!! Thanks for linking up:)
4th Grade Frolics
1st Grade with Miss Snowden
Love that balloon background – thanks for the tutorial! Following from Wild About Teaching.
You have a wonderful blog Stephanie. I am excited for the new bloggy adventure and it's great to have other Firsties to follow.
Keeping Up With First Grade
How fun, thanks for sharing.
I just found your blog through a giveaway. I am your newest follower:)
I love your balloon banner. It must have been a big hit!!
The Resourceful Apple
Stephanie, I stopped by to tell you that I've nominated you for 2 awards! Stop by my blog anytime to pick them up! Congrats!
The Joy of Educating