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Feel the Holiday Spirit with Holiday Balloons

Beyond the seven major holidays, including New Year’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Fourth of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, are many others in between. Regardless if you are someone who tends to go all out or you have decided that you want to start making more of an effort to create a festive home environment when decorating for the holidays, never overlook the value of holiday balloons. 82 more words

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Why Character Balloons are so Famous Among Every Age

Character balloons are no different than cartoons and sweet cereal in that people of all ages enjoy them. Whether people want to admit it or not, everyone has a small child inside just waiting for an opportunity to come out. 384 more words

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Hold on to Those Balloons: They Could End Up in the Ocean

By NOAA Marine Debris Program

Balloons are a type of marine debris that many people don’t think about. Often used for celebrations or to commemorate special events, balloons are frequently intentionally or accidentally released into the environment. 441 more words


Fascinating Facts about Mylar Balloons

Today, Mylar balloons are one of the most popular choices for birthday parties, weddings, bachelor parties, anniversary parties, and so on. In addition to being popular, there are some interesting facts about these balloons that most people are unaware of. 184 more words

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Of Boys and Red Balloons

Mylar balloons on ceiling | Jekemp | flickr | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 – 2-12-05

It all started when I walked into Walmart and found that the store had sprouted a forest of helium Mylar balloons overnight. 640 more words



I’ve posted about the wonders of nature’s camouflage before, but a chance meeting with a mantid (stagomantis carolina, I think) persuaded me to revisit the topic. 131 more words

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Photo One Hundred And Twelve

I arrived home to find these two pristine Mylar balloons floating above the dumpster and I immediately thought: “cat toy”. Who throws away perfectly good helium balloons?! 25 more words