Bahai Inspired Balloons and Party Items


And Decorations, and ribbon. Let your imagination soar.

And then . . . You need a bag for that too!

A balloon is the most fun you can have with a kid for under a quarter –whether they are floating on a string, sent flying across a room or used to play slow-motion volleyball. So don’t save them for giving at parades and fair-booths, carry them in your purse or pocket to entertain kids while you teach their parents, take them to children’s classes or youth animator weekends (it is amazing how a balloon can energize a shy group of teenagers), or send them to school with your kids to celebrate Holy Days.  (Ever see how long you can keep a penny rolling inside a balloon? My son spun one for hours!)

Of course, you can still use these large #11 balloons  to decorate parties, fair booths & parade floats.  They add life, motion and color to any activity.  Coordinate the design with your display, posters, buttons, stickers, and T-shirts.  Rent a tank of helium and you will be the hit of the fair!

Other celebration materials include flags and decorations as well as ribbon and tags to decorate gifts.

Bags Supporting Bahai Principles

Tote Bags, are a fun way to make a statement (and lower your carbon footprint) when you don’t want to wear a T-shirt.  You can carry one every day!  Add buttons to the straps and you have a guaranteed conversation starter.

Our family keeps a stack of them by the door because they always come in handy. If we are walking out the door with too much in our arms, we grab a bag and go!  You can carry children’s class materials, Assembly folders, Conference packets, library books, teaching packets, snacks, baby toys… the list is endless.  With so many uses, they also make great gifts for friends of all ages and sizes – one size fits all!

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