How to make a Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Ribbon
This video will teach you the correct way to make the breast cancer
awareness pink ribbon out of twisting balloons. This instructional
video uses two balloon types. The first balloon is the standard
balloon and the second example uses 350 pink balloons.
The 260 twisting balloons are great for distributing to supporters
while the 350 balloon are more for decoration. It is recommended
that you use a balloon pump to inflate these balloons because of
the difficultly to inflate them by month.
If you going to have a breast cancer fundraiser
or charity event that requires large quantities of pink ribbon
balloons then purchase a Mini-Mac
balloon pump. The hand
held balloon pumps are great for smaller quantities under 100, but
for speed and comfort I would suggest a professional pump.
I would recommend using the 260
rose colored balloons for the breast cancer awareness pink ribbon, because of
it vivid pink color; sold in bags of 100. If you choose to use
the larger 350 balloons they too come in bags of 100 but you will
need two balloons to make one breast cancer awareness pink ribbon.
If you’re using volunteers to make the breast
cancer awareness pink balloon ribbon, create two work stations.
Station one inflates and ties the pink balloons while station
two twists the balloon into the ribbon shape.
Lastly, if you’re going to have entertainment,
hire a professional
balloon entertainer to do the entertaining.
Volunteers are great for assisting in the event, but a professional
balloon entertainer not only has the balloon skills but also the
entertainment aptitude to make your event memorable for your guests.