Continental Sales

Christopher Horne, CBA

May 2002


Chris demonstrates how to make heads. A 16" clear has 5" and 11" latex inside to make the shape. 260Q' make the hair. Metallic Balloon Markers add details to the face.

18 guage wire is shaped inside of latex balloons to create shapes. Chris demonstrated that this technique is sellable by creating this in 5 minutes.

Latex stretched over foam core can create interesting patterns. Excellent for creating detailed company logos that last.

18 guage wire inside of an inflated 260Q. 1 inch bubbles are pushed together and then tied off at the end. The wire can then be shaped into any shape.

The column is made from a mailing tube attached to foam core rounds. 260Q's are then attached.

Make a dragon for entrance decor. A garland over the door, and curved emt pipe on the outside lets you make a head and tail to the dragon.

Smiley Guy arch is made from 16" Smile face yellow, and 646Q Emerald. Use 6 Hearts for a collar and a 160Q for arms. 5" round connects the top of the head.

Palm trees made from 646Q Emerald & Black. They are fast, easy and fill space dramatically.

Arch made of 36" Silver Moons. Fill the moons that hang down with half helium and half air. 16" double bubbles and 5" quads are placed at connecting points. Keep this arch California legal by flexing 1/4" aluminum rod covered with star garland and attaching the arch to the rod.

Spider Arch uses 646Q's for the legs and two 3' black latex sized on either side with eyeballs attached to make the spiders.

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Latex Balloon Warning: Choking Hazard. Children under 8 years can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once.

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