membership - support balloon education
Date: Tue, 4 May 1999 01:55:43 EDT
Subject: Re: 2-5 balloon creations

Hi Guys,
I'm writing to answer Terry's question about 2-5 balloon figures but I wanted 
to take the opportunity to apologize to anyone who has had trouble dealing 
with my web site.

PrimeHost, AOL's hosting service, inadvertently dumped my site and it took 
nearly 3 weeks to get it back up.  And we are still dealing with some form 

The worst of this is that some people have asked for catalogs or made orders, 
gotten a thank you for their e-mail, and never heard from us again.  There 
was a week when the e-mail from the site was not sent on to us.  It makes us 
look really bad.  Sorry if you were inconvenienced.  I think it's all working 
again.  If you have any problems, let me know.

In my catalog is a book - Twisted Figure Clip Art - page 48 of the #99 
It is full of line drawings of figures.  There are no instructions but with 
your twisting experience you should be able to figure them out from the 
finished drawing.  They are mainly Big Fast Easy figures.  It's got 58 - 2 
balloon figures, 30 - 3 balloon figures, 15 - 4 balloon figures, 8 - 5 
balloon figures, and a bunch of one balloon figures.
There are also a bunch of gospel balloon books in the catalog.

You can get a free catalog by calling 1-800-648-6221 or e-mailing or you can see it on the web at

Tom Myers

In a message dated 5/2/99 11:14:47 PM, writes:

>I do a number of single balloon twisting and a number of multi(6-10) and
>some weaving (50-300) but I don't know a lot of 2 to 5 balloon creation
>can anyone give me any ideas.  Also if anyone has any gospel ballooning
>ideas they would be appreciated.
>Terry "The Balloon Man" Kelley