When the mini ghosts were ordered we didn't realize they were meant to be placed on sticks and sealed with heat. Instead of choosing to not offer them to our customers we decided to find a workaround because they are soooo cute!
A lot of smaller shaped foil balloons cannot be blown up with helium and are not made to float, so we figured this would be treated the same. We apologize for the extra steps, but hope you still love them just as much as we do!
The ghost balloons can stay nice and full for several days, so if you need to, you can fill them up a day or so before your event to save yourself some time!
STEP 1: Use Straw Included to Blow Up Balloon
Blow up the ghost using the straw included in your order. Once it is fully filled, hold tight at the neck of the balloon to keep the air inside.
STEP 2: Twist to Lock In Air
Once your ghost has enough air inside the balloon twist the bottom to create a seal and lock in the air.
STEP 3: Tie a Knot
Tie a knot and now your ghost balloon is all blown up! You can tie two knots if you want, but only one is necessary.
STEP 4: Tape It
Tape the end of the balloon to the back, so you can hide it.