It’s been a minute since we last talked about balloon classes. Our last class was an in-person MasterClass we hosted in Toronto, Canada in March. I had been pretty invested in the business in many ways, especially on social media by posting every single day, doing lives, offering classes almost every other month with one-on-one classes in between, PLUS our local installs/deliveries. I was exhausted and I didn’t even know it. 

It felt great to slow down! It felt great to focus on my local clientele and work on elevating our style. It felt great to work on massive installations. It felt great to reconnect with my family and friends and more importantly, it felt great to focus on myself and my personal growth… I’ve lost 14lbs on a KETO diet but we’ll get into more of that on a future post 😉

We are recharged and ready to help you achieve your goals the best way we know, sharing our knowledge and experiences.  We are a husband and wife team that go out every single weekend and work as hard as you do to support our beautiful family.  The only difference is we’ve been around long enough to know the good, the bad and the ugly.

Today we want to share with you a video of the step-by-step process of how we make our Best Seller, a Floating Teddy. We are well known for our lush and modern garland installations and for helping so many of you start and/or scale your balloon business, but this teddy bear has been very popular over the past 2+ years. 

Here are just a few important points before you watch the video: 

  • There is no right or wrong technique or just one way of doing things. Stay away from anyone who criticizes a particular method or claims to be the only ones to know how to do it correctly!  We are in a creative space and I can assure you there will always be more than one way to do things and get it right. 
  • This is a very big arrangement so if you need to transport it, be sure to have at least a spacious SUV/mini van with all the seats down 
  • If you are in the balloon business, I suggest you keep those Teddy Bears and IKEA lamps at hand. Most of the arrangements we do are last-minute requests.
  • These are often purchased as gifts to welcome newborn babies home, so I highly suggest you incorporate a “newborn” theme when you are making it 
  • You can make a smaller version with a smaller stuffed animal and/or by removing a section of the pipe (or two 😬)

There you have it,  a FREE tutorial on how to make a highly requested product that you can start offering right away!

If you are looking for some extra guidance or you are looking to start a balloon business, keep an eye out for our signature program WEBALLOONZ TRIBE. We only open registration a few times a year so we can focus on helping our members obtain results. To be the first one to know when doors open, join the waitlist.

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