blow up an ordinary balloon. paper mashe the hole balloon. u can use a little basket or make one from cardboard. when the balloon is dry you can paint it anyway u like then when the paint is dry get 4 lollypop sticks glue the sticks to the paper mache and to the basket then leave it to set when it is finished pop the balloon inside if you like and there u have a lovely hot air balloon hand made . hope this made sence and is any good for you please give me feed back sorry i have no video to show everyone.
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Hence, my post. Thank you for sharing. However, I have no interest in making one.
What would you do with it once it's made? I think my son would like to make one that could really "fly" or at least hover around in the house or yard. The little ones would like that too.
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