How to Tie a Balloon on a Fishing Line



Balloon decorations make any event colorful and lively. Most professional balloon decor is usually constructed with balloons attached to a fishing line. Whether simple or complex, the key to doing this how you tie a balloon to a fishing line. It takes only a few simple steps and some practice.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Pull the end of the fishing line off the spool. Tie a loop into the end and set it aside.
Inflate the balloon with an air pump. When a balloon is correctly inflated it starts to look a little off-round or pear-shaped. Do not over inflate the balloon as it will make it more difficult to tie and it might burst.
Hold the balloon by the neck with the thumb and

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