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Order the number you want or a 10 and 25 Balloon Pack are also available. Just use the pull down menu to choose an option.
Note: Our Irregular Replacement Balloons are generally the "old style" balloons prior to our new balloon introduced in 2021. They have same structural quality of original replacement balloons, although some may be at risk of issues due to malformations. We have used our best judgement that they will work well, however, some may give a poor result. In essence, they are "2nds". The Wintercraft logo may have been compromised during printing, they may vary in shade and/or color or they may have cosmetic flaws. Some may appear quite disfigured. Read about our balloon quality here.
Our regular replacement balloons are field-tested, biodegradable and worth every penny. They are the only ones we use! They consistently produce beautiful spheres of ice (unlike common balloons that tend to burst or freeze into unattractive shapes). The balloons included can be used to make both small and large ice lanterns when used with the related Wintercraft Freezing Base (small) or (large). Beautiful ice luminaries are easy-to-make with these balloons and the Wintercraft system.
Ships in plastic bag, not in retail packaging. Instructions, Reusable Freezing Bases, Insulating Disks not included (Instructions are in kits). Balloons are made of Natural Rubber Latex which may cause allergic reaction. Adult supervision required. Made in USA.
My order was quickly filled and shipped. They even threw in a few extra.
love creating art with ice! Jen is a fantastic inspiration!
I am looking forward to making moe ice luminaries this winter. I made small balloons last year and gave away about 4. They were all received with delight. I also put together a kit with the new bucket, some balloons clips, and a small base to send to our son & family in Canada. Postage was $33, horrendous, but now they'll have a sampler kit to try out and enjoy with their 2 girls.
I ordered the irregular balloons because they are cheaper. I've used about half of them and they are just fine! One had a puncture hole, and a couple of them had slightly irregular necks. I was afraid they would burst at some point, but they were fine. I will order more.
What's a little wrong mark or something on a balloon when it will work to make a lovely, memorable if short lived ice lantern? They work.