Party Balloons Uses
Uses of party balloons range from ice-packs to band aids to water fights. Buying a pack of balloon is like picking up a Swiss Army knife for a dollar or two. Here are just several of the countless tricks you can do with balloons: Balloon Wars On a hot summer afternoon, you can fill up a pack of balloons with water and play a game of water wars with your friends. Choosing smaller balloons will make throwing less of a chore and more like a game. First Aid Your best friend slipped and sprained her ankle while trying to dodge the balloon. Since you filled up a party balloon with water and stuffed it in the freezer last night, you now have an ice pack for her to use. Your sister accidentally cut her finger while preparing fruit slices for you and your friends. She still needs to take a shower and head to her prom. You can just put a balloon over her injured finger to keep water out while she cleans herself. Attention Grabbers & Decorations Your child is only 6 and loves to ride his bike. You can fill the balloon with helium and use a long string to connect it to the bike. Now you and others, including drivers, can see your child approaching from a distance. Sticking one or two balloons beside each of the garage sale signs you posted around the block will attract more eyes and bring more traffic. During weddings, birthday parties, or celebrations of any sort, you can fill the balloon with air or helium and tie it along the entrances and walls for decoration. Prize Markers If you are holding a prize draw, you can write the prizes onto different pieces of paper. Mix them with papers that have nothing written on them. Then put each of the pieces into a balloon and fill it with air. Now guests can pop their selected balloon to see if they are a lucky winner.