The RMS 18"
"Baby" Puffed Heart is the smallest of our Puffed Heart
Family. She has the same 312 openings as the
larger versions. but each opening or "aperture"
need about 20-25 #260 balloons to make the Baby
Puffed Heart. Twist a string of bubbles in each
#260 and push the bubbles into the apertures.
RMS panels automatically form the halves of the
heart. The two Puffed Heart halves are
are connected by interlocking the tabs on each
half to form a new row of apertures. Fill the
new row of apertures with more bubbles from your
#260 balloons to complete the operation.
The adorable little girl holding the RMS Baby
Puffed Heart, is one of our five babies.... our
granddaughter, Nielly Bevis, age 6.
TODDLER TWO PUFFED HEART
"Toddler Two" is our #350 version of the Puffed Heart.
Use #350 balloons for this one. The
apertures and the bubbles are bigger so the
Heart is also larger. And, it takes more
balloons that the #260 version. Nonetheless, the
number of balloons used is still far
smaller than when regular round balloons
Daddy" Puffed Heart is perfect for big venues,
such as a gym or atrium. Use underinflated
11" balloons for this one. You get a huge
8' Puffed Heart from less than 4 pounds of RMS
expandable plastic framework. No problem
with rigging. It requires the same number
PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE
Puffed Heart is beautiful. It is also
a very sophisticated piece and requires some
knowledge of RMS to produce it.
Order early and practice well before you plan
to use the Puffed Heart for the first time! The
Puffed Hearts are not so difficult to
assemble, but they do require balloon skills
which are different from more common garlands,
arches, or usual "Twistie" sculptures.
Give yourself plenty of time to become familiar
with the product.
We are here to help:
View other Puffed Hearts in our Galleries at
instructions for the 4' Puffed Heart from
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for a February 5 & 6, 2006 hands-on seminar to learn
skills that are useful for many valentine decorations