This is a sponsored post for Balloon Time
Balloons are one of the absolute best decorations for any party! Did you know you can purchase your own helium tank and fill your balloons where and when it’s convenient for you?
I’m sure I’m not the only one that has ordered balloons and gotten them in a tangled mess by the time I got them to my car and back out of my car for a celebration.
I’m just thinking how nice it would be to blow up my balloons right where I need to set them up and not have all that hassle!
I wanted to set up a Photo Booth for Valentine’s Day for a class party. Our school is great at having parties for the kids and the parents are invited to come and celebrate with our kids. I thought this was the perfect opportunity for a Valentines Day Photo Booth with Props! I knew the kids would love it!
I’m sharing my Printables with you so you can make your own Valentine’s Day Photo Props. Plus, they’re FREE for my readers!
What you Need:
- Balloon Time Helium Tank
- String – to tie the balloons to the weights
- Balloon Weights
- Backdrop – mine was the gold one
- Tape, Scissors, Glue
- Printer Paper – I printed on regular paper then glued to card stock to make the props more durable
- Card stock – I used black card stock to glue to the back of the printer paper
- Printer Ink
- Wooden Sticks
- Plastic Glasses, Necklaces, Feather Boas, any other fun accessories
Have fun with this! My kids loved it and my friend that is a teacher loved it too. I loved the idea of doing this for a classroom party, but you could do something like this with balloons and photo props for any kind of party!
I really did love having the Balloon Time Helium Tank right there with me and just blowing up the balloons I needed and not having to go order them, then pick them up, then stuff them in my car and unload them all while they get all jumbled up!
There are a couple different Balloon Time Helium Tanks. The one I got was the Standard Size Tank and there is also a Jumbo Size available. The difference between the two is that the Jumbo can fill more balloons with helium than the standard. For my project I blew up 14 balloons (average of 9-11″) and that was the minimum amount listed on the tank for that size balloon. I didn’t try to blow up any more since I didn’t need to, but I did get at least what it said I would and I know there was some helium left in the tank!
Next time you’re party planning, don’t forget about buying your own helium tank to make decorating with balloons easier!
My local Walmart, Hobby Lobby and Dollar General stores carry the Helium Tanks. To find your local availability and stores check below.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Balloon Time. The opinions and text are all mine.