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Use Vinegar And Baking Soda To Make Floating Balloons balloons diy diy ideas party decor easy diy how to party ideas interesting party decorations tips life hacks life hack good to know This should help as there is a helium shortage.

Make a super-cool balloon garland honoring the Avengers! No helium necessary – click the pic to see how!

Make a super-cool balloon garland honoring the Avengers! No helium necessary – click the pic to see how! - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sal

Ballooons tied to streamers dangling from a string, no Helium... Save money!

hang balloons on ribbon for a kid's party! Super cute and we have a great entry way into the living room now that this would work great for. Maybe for her birthday morning!

no helium! just fill a water bottle 1/3 full with vinegar with a funnel.  With another dry funnel, pour baking road into balloon (about 1/2 way).  Cover top of bottle with balloon. DON'T LET BAKING SOADA SPILL INTO THE BOTTLE.  Then lift balloon and let baking soda fall into vinegar. Mixture will fizz and expand balloon!

Science project AND balloons for a party. =) Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Blow It Up! Exploring Gas with Balloons, Baking Soda & Vinegar

No helium required - String balloons upside down. Might do this with the green, red, orange and yellow

Hang on front porch No helium required - String balloons upside down. Might do this with the green, red, orange and yellow

Instant Party! 3 Ways to Decorate with Balloons—No Helium Necessary | The Kitchn

Instant Party! 3 Ways to Decorate with Balloons—No Helium Necessary

PURE ROMANCE PARTY IDEA: upside down balloons: no helium needed. Slide a marble into the balloon before blowing it up, then P suspend from ceiling with scotch tape.

Love this idea as would work indoors and outdoors. I would use yellow, red and black balloons for C's Mickey Party. Or Mickey shaped balloons if I can source some.

Hosting A House Party For Clara's First Birthday

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