This weekend I made a surprising number of balloon dragons. What could be better than a balloon dragon? Becoming a balloon dragon. Sadly, no one asked to become one … The design is similar to one in an old issue Balloon Magic. Have fun with it and be sure to try out some scary fun faces!
Wow, what a fun weekend. Friday I twisted balloons for the Harvard Crimson Kids for a private party. They were a great fun group with a face painter and cotton candy machine and of course balloons. Saturday (Cinco de Mayo) I just finished helping the Whole Foods in Providence, R.I. celebrate their 10th anniversary. They had hula hoopers, crafts, a wacky drum corps / marching band, me making some balloons and all kinds of fun. It was a great celebratory atmosphere and everyone was so warm and friendly.
Sunday will wrap the weekend up with some balloon twisting at Everwood Day Camp in Sharon. Everwood’s a great place and has hired me a bunch of times in the past two years for their open houses. If you’re on the South Shore and in the market for a summer camp definitely give Everwood a visit. It’s located on picturesque Lake Massapoag.
Yesterday, I was doing my semi-annual google-ing of Drewsballoons when I found this wonderful testimonial on Boston Mamas. I’m very happy to have been mentioned and to have been called “generally cool” and “laid back.” Click below to check it out: