Mylar Balloons for Scrapbooking

Re-use old Mylar balloons by cutting out the outer balloon designs; tape next to, and around photos for scrap booking. You can also cut the balloon apart to make a background for the picture in a frame, or as a border around the picture.


Use the inside, outside design, or both, for your creations. Many pictures can be decorated from one balloon.

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June 29, 20070 found this helpful

This is a great idea. Great reuse. But, one more thing. Mylar balloons are bad new for small animals and birds. So your choice of reuse is excellent!!! Thanks

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July 31, 20070 found this helpful

Most mylar balloons can be refilled again and again with helium. You just take a thin wooden skewer or something similar and push it through the fill hole and squeeze the helium out. Then you can fold up and store until you want to refill it or share with someone else who may need a party balloon.

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