2nd birthday balloon mosaic - Pink & Gold theme - DIY large party decoration idea - How to make tutorial - FREE template

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I made a 2nd birthday balloon mosaic and I love how it turned out. With a house full of boys it was nice to create something girly. 

I purchased all the balloons on Amazon. My favorite are the Qualatex but I didn't have time to order the 12". 

Pearl White 12" (from a multi pack)
Metallic Pink 12" (not pictured- from a multi pack)

Open PDF file in Adobe and print as a poster. Change to 500% under tile scale. 
Print in grayscale and in draft mode to save ink.

UPDATE: To use less paper - don't click CUT MARKS or LABELS when printing.
Some people lose track of how to lay the pages out but if you start horizontal across the top 4 pages and then start the next row below it. See photo of pages taped. 

I have templates available for 0, 1, 2, 6, 8. Just email me.

It takes 3 foam boards for the back or base of the number. 

For rounded edges, lightly score lines 1" - 1 1/2" apart on a side piece.

Gently press to open up the scored lines.

Be careful not to press too hard.

I have two video tutorials with more information.

I used a hand pump to inflated a bunch of balloons the night before and stored in a trash bag.
  I start by filling the number with balloons for a general idea of how many more balloons I need.

Then I use glue dots to secure balloons in place. I ordered some on Amazon - 3000 (30 rolls of 100)

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  1. can you please email me the number 2 template please

  2. Can you please send me the number two template

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  4. I'm sorry but I haven't received no email at mayracinscriptionsclinic@gmail.com

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  5. I would love to have the number 2 template if you are still sharing! Thank you so much!