Tutorials

Tutorial: EZ Tie™ Balloon Tying Tool

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Tying Tool Step 1

Inflate balloon. Place EZ Tie™ on hand using two or three fingers. Hold balloon against EZ Tie™ with thumb.

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Tying Tool Step 2

Wrap balloon end around the top of the slanted end of EZ Tie™ and take the opening of the balloon to follow the arrow.

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Tying Tool Step 3

Wrap balloon opening under the stretched balloon.

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Tying Tool Step 4

Grab opening end with two fingers.

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Tying Tool Step 5

Pull balloon opening away from EZ Tie™.

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Tying Tool Step 6

Pull balloon off of the EZ Tie™.

Tutorial: EZ Tie™ Balloon Tying Tool using Ribbon

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Using Ribbon Step 1

Put ribbon through first two fingers and hook in notch piece on end with ribbon curl up.

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Using Ribbon Step 2

Inflate balloon. Place EZ Tie™ on hand using two or three fingers. Hold balloon against EZ Tie™ with thumb.

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Using Ribbon Step 3

Wrap balloon end around the top of the slanted end of EZ Tie™ and take the opening of the balloon to follow the arrow.

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Using Ribbon Step 4

Wrap balloon opening under the stretched balloon.

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Using Ribbon Step 5

Grab opening end with two fingers.

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Using Ribbon Step 6

Pull balloon opening away from EZ Tie™.

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Using Ribbon Step 7

Pull balloon off of the EZ Tie™, ribbon will slip out of the notch.

Tutorial: EZ Tie™ Clip-On Bouquet Holder

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Clip-On Holder Step 1

Clip on helium tank or other work surface.

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Clip-On Holder Step 2

Now you are ready to use the bouquet holder.

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Clip-On Holder Step 3

Slip the ribbon down into the slot.

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Clip-On Holder Step 4

The slot holds the ribbon securely.

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Clip-On Holder Step 5

You can put several ribbons into the holder at one time and arrange a beautiful bouquet.

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Clip-On Holder Step 6

The bouquet holder clips to different tanks, tables, chairs, benches, etc.

Tutorial: EZ Tie™ Multiple Bouquet Holder

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Multiple Holder Step 1

Fasten the bouquet holder to a table with clamps, screws, etc.

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Multiple Holder Step 2

Slip the ribbon down into the slot.

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Multiple Holder Step 3

The bouquet holder will secure the ribbon.

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Multiple Holder Step 4

The bouquet holder will secure several ribbons at one time to make beautiful bouquets.

Tutorial: EZ Tie™ Balloon Tying Station

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Balloon Station Step 1

Familiarize yourself with the parts diagram. This will help you prepare and use the balloon tying station properly.

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Balloon Station Step 2

Secure the station to your work surface using a clamp on each side.

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Balloon Station Step 3

To load the cradle with a spool of ribbon, remove the rod and place it in the center of your spool. Place the rod with the spool in the rearmost slot first. Pull the end of the ribbon to the front of the unit.

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Balloon Station Step 4

Thread the ribbon for use by feeding the ribbon through the first guide slot at the top of the balloon tying tool.

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Balloon Station Step 5

Feed the ribbon through the bottom guide slot at the bottom of the balloon tying tool. Leave 6-8 inches of ribbon hanging out.

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Balloon Station Step 6

Load additional spools in the ribbon cradle beginning with the next rearmost available slot.

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Balloon Station Step 7

Place the second ribbon through both guide slots. Leave 6-8 inches of ribbon hanging out.

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Balloon Station Step 8

Load the final ribbon spool in the ribbon cradle using the next available slot. You can place 1, 2, or 3 spools of ribbon in the cradle as needed.

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With Ribbon Step 1

Fill the balloon and stretch the end of the balloon across the top of the balloon tying tool. Ensure the balloon lands on the step down.

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With Ribbon Step 2

Stretch enough balloon to make the circle. Wrap the opening of the balloon around the balloon tying tool, circling under the step down.

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With Ribbon Step 3

Complete the circle by moving the balloon opening back across the top of the tying tool. Tuck the balloon opening down in the space behind the step down (follow the arrows) and under the stretched balloon.

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With Ribbon Step 4

Knot the balloon by tucking the opening of the balloon underneath the stretched part of the balloon from front to back.

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With Ribbon Step 5

The knot is made when you grab the opening of the balloon with your fingers and pull the balloon off the end of the balloon tying tool.

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With Ribbon Step 6

As the balloon slips off the tool, the ribbons are trapped inside the knot. Be sure to make a tight knot in the balloon to secure the ribbons.

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Better Bouquets

Use the following instructions to upgrade your bouquets with extra decorative ribbon length for more beautiful bouquets.

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Better Bouquets Step 1

Pull 18-25 inches of ribbon out of the tying station before tying your balloon to the ribbon, and then pull another 18-25 inches out after tying your balloon for decorative purposes.

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Better Bouquets Step 2

Remember to leave one ribbon longer to anchor your balloon to the arrangement. The extra ribbon length turns into beautiful streamers as part of your balloon arrangement.

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Ribbon Cutter

The ribbon cutter is used to trim ribbons to different lengths on the same balloon for decorative purposes. Pick the two colors of ribbon you would like to cut first.

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Ribbon Cutter Step 1

To cut the decorative ribbon on the first two ribbons, hold the balloon in your off hand and use your other hand to pull out several inches of ribbon.

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Ribbon Cutter Step 2

Guide the two ribbons into the bottom of the ribbon cutter and pull these two strands up into the ribbon cutter to make the cut at the desired length.

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Ribbon Cutter Step 3

To cut the third ribbon, pull a few feet of ribbon from the final color off the spool and grasp the ribbon just below the length you want to cut.

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Ribbon Cutter Step 4

Guide the third ribbon into the bottom of the ribbon cutter and pull the desired length up into the ribbon cutter to make the cut at the desired length.

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Bouquet Holder Step 1

Using both hands, take the bottom of the longest ribbon from your cut balloon and guide it into the slot of the bouquet holder. For best results, guide the ribbon down at least halfway into the slot.

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Bouquet Holder Step 2

Leave 5-6 inches of ribbon sticking through the bouquet holder. Repeat with additional balloons and reposition the ribbon length as desired to create the perfect bouquet.

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Bouquet Holder Step 3

Ideally, leave 6-8 inches of ribbon hanging out of the bouquet holder to ensure the balloon stays secure as you add additional balloons to the arrangement.

Goodbye blisters and injured fingers while trying to tie balloons. This is wonderful! I admit I started blowing up more balloons than I needed just to use this product. Directions are on the back of the package; you can also add ribbon before tying.
~ Savvy Chica

LIFESAVER for kids’ parties, balloon garlands, anytime you are blowing up and tying balloons. I always feel like I’m over-stretching the balloon and I’m afraid it will break, but this little contraption is amazing. I made a balloon garland with like 60+ balloons and this made it super easy.

~ Michelle

We tried making a balloon tower for the first time for a banquet. I happened to see this online and decided to try it. Wow! It saved my hands and made the work go more quickly! Am planning to buy a couple more for the others before our next banquet.

~ John