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Birthday Balloon Banner Directions

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Birthday Balloon Banner Directions

I still do not have a decent picture of this project, but I am sure you can use your imagination! I chose the colors to coordinate with the Birthday Bright Project Kit 142769 $28.00 Occasions 2017 catalog.

Supplies: Tear and Tape 138995 , Balloon Punch 140609, Labels framelits 138281, cardstock of choice, bakers twine thick 141688, 124262 regular
  1. Punch out your balloons using the double balloon punch . 2  balloons per (double sided)
  2. Cut balloon tails.
  3. Apply Tear and Tape to the backside of each balloon.
  4. I pre tore all my tape and attached it to the table. Sped up the process enormously!
  5. Attach tails to balloon.
  6. Attach other balloon to banner string.
  7. Attach tailed balloons to the stringed balloons.
  8. Attach greeting focal point if desired. 
  9. Display your banner!
Once I figured out what I wanted to do for this banner, it all came together rather quick, especially after I figured out the trick of pre tearing the tape and putting it on the table. 

Thanks for stopping by, I hope this inspires you to make a banner for your next celebration - birthday, shower, baby, wedding and more!



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