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Balloon Twisting

Postby Charmaine_chong » Mon May 10, 2010 3:36 pm

Anyone knows where to attend classes for ballon twisting for kids and adult?

Any good website to recommend?

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Re: Balloon Twisting

Postby Guest » Mon May 10, 2010 3:51 pm

Charmaine_chong wrote:Anyone knows where to attend classes for ballon twisting for kids and adult?

Any good website to recommend?


Some basic ones :

http://www.professorwonder.com/balloon.htm

http://www.balloon-animals.com/instructions/

http://www.mahalo.com/how-to-make-balloon-animals
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Postby tankee » Mon May 10, 2010 3:56 pm

the prpoer name is balloon sculpture

I did a google and there are quite a few

- http://www.balloonarts.sg/lesson.htm
- http://www.myairtitude.com/services/balloon-classes
- etc

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Re: Balloon Twisting

Postby peterch » Mon May 10, 2010 3:59 pm

Charmaine_chong wrote:Anyone knows where to attend classes for ballon twisting for kids and adult?

Any good website to recommend?


Where do you live? I've just finished organizing a 3 days class for Sunday School Teachers. PM me if you need more info. :D

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Postby Charmaine_chong » Mon May 10, 2010 5:18 pm

Hi Peterch,

Has pm you.


Hi Tankee,

Thanks. The fee is expensive to me but the 2nd link is so amazing.


Hi 25hourmaid,

thanks for the useful sites. Will try to see whether i can learn it from internet.


Do you guys know how to do it? Can share your experience?

Thanks all for the feedbacks.

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Postby Guest » Mon May 10, 2010 8:07 pm

Hi Charmaine

My Church organised a crash course for us once and that's because we were heading to Tanjong Balai to visit an orphanage there that weekend. We wanted to do something 'there and then' for the kids on the island, so we learnt how to twist some basic animals, swords, flowers, teddy bears etc to cater to the 60 odd kids there during our visit and they had lots of fun. Kept asking us in their broken Engish to twist this and that for them and they had great fun 'fighting' with those balloon swords, wearing the balloon hats etc. They treasured the balloon sculptures very much, unlike our kids here.

After that trip, my boys got 'caught' and started goggling for balloon sculpturing websites and managed to learn quite a bit from some of the websites that I gave you. They even made a monkey once, very cute.

Go ahead and learn, it is really fun.
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Postby Guest » Mon May 10, 2010 8:54 pm

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