Balloon Twisting Instructions: One Balloon Pig

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Saturday, October 07, 2006

One Balloon Pig

Here is a simple one balloon pig that is great for line or restaurant work.

It is made with a tulip / apple twist and a teady bear head.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

adorable pig! ive seen a variation of a balloon pig and honestly, it didnt look quite as cute as this one. i made a pig for the first time at school today and they loved it!

7:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would love it if you could find a way to make a one or two balloon Kermit. Then this little miss piggie would have her Kermit beside her. (Not just a frog like in the frog video, I mean Kermit Kermit...)


9:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

pls. paste a vid on how 2 do the apple twist!

3:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am having trouble with the pinch twist thing, I watch the video closly, but I don't fully understand exactly what you are doing. Could you please help me understand what it is you are doing for the pinch twist. Thanks.
I totally love the videos. Me and my cousin watch them and we are totally amased.

8:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nevermind the coment about not fully understanding the pinch twist. I watch it a few more times and got it. DON'T JUDGE ME!! I am very tired and the popping sound and sqeaky sounds made me jumpy and nervous. poping balloons freak me out.

8:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

why are their so many bubles 4 th head Its so comfusing. mine turned out looking like scrambled eggs.

4:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, that's so cool. Thank you for posting this -- my nephew's been begging for a pig!

5:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

luv da pig-sooo cute!hey one question do u do birthday partays?

ur baloon animals are soo good but im not even close to learning that i still need to learn the basics.. haha .. no making fun of me .. and the long ones are soo hard to blow up with ur mouth

12:56 PM  
Blogger Hubbe said...

How do you make a Tommygun?

1:09 PM  
Anonymous Little LoonyToon said...

Hi your videos are very easy for me to understand but it seems that balloon twisting follows a lot of the same rules at bead twisting which I've been doing since about 4-5 years of age. I mean I've been doing bead twisting since 5 years old.

I was born and raised in New Orleans and when you get all those beads at parades and have nothing to do with them besides play princess or king and queen or reenact the parades by throwing them around your bedroom then eventually you get bored and make stuff out of them lol

Anyway my point is I get what you're doing all the pinching twisting etc is similar to what I did with my mardi gras beads except with a balloon.

So keep up the good work. I can't wait to get started. Is it okay to practice at home with like cheap store bought balloons? I was wondering because while I'm practicing in the privacy of my own home if I am going to screw up a few times I might as well use cheap balloons until I do the real deal in front of people then I can use the balloons from your store.

10:49 PM  
Blogger Nicolas said...


I always enjoy your videos..

This is one of the first places I got info on twisting and I still come back from time to time!

Keep up the good work!

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Cassandra said...

Everytime I push the end into the balloon, i grab the knot and try to pull my finger out the suction is so tight i cant get my finger out... the balloon pops everytime

3:24 PM  

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