I like that I can use the mouth pieces over again for other balloons we might have. I do have a few words of caution. I did find while blowing these up that smaller pieces of confetti can end up in your mouth so be aware so that if you have children helping you are close by.
To get the confetti to stick to the balloons like you see in the top picture I find that rubbing the outside of the balloon creates enough static to hold the confetti in place so that you have a more even look, instead of the confetti just laying at the bottom of the balloon like in my pictures. It was a bit of trial and error to figure it out but thought I would save my readers the time.
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