Happy Birthday Balloon Charm Sterling Silver Xinar.com
Bring happiness and good cheer to every birthday creation on your workbench with Xinar.com’s Happy Birthday Balloon Charm in sterling silver. This cute silver charm is a hollow-back casting measuring ¾” x 1″ (a bit larger than your average charm!) and is made by one of the silver casters in the country.
Xinar.com has been selling high-quality sterling silver birthday charms since the nineties. In our 20+ years of assisting DIY crafters and professional jewelry makers, we’ve always strived to provide only the best beads, findings, and other jewelry-making supplies to our customers.
Our Happy Birthday Balloon charm is just one of many inspiring occasion charms in our extensive jewelry-making catalog. Should you need something you can’t immediately find on our site, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
What is the History of Balloons?
A balloon is a flexible vessel or bag that’s filled with nitrous oxide, hydrogen, helium, oxygen, or air and then inflated. In addition, balloons can be filled with smoke, liquid water, granular media (such as sand, flour, or rice), or light sources for specific functions. Modern balloons are composed of a variety of materials, including latex, polychloroprene, and rubber. They also come in a variety of colors. Dry bladders like those taken from pigs were used before to make some of the first balloons. Some balloons are used for decoration or entertainment, while others are utilized for practical purposes like weather forecasting, medical treatment, military defense, or transportation. The features of a balloon, such as its low density and low cost, have led to a wide range of uses.
Michael Faraday devised the rubber balloon in 1824 while doing tests with various gases. They were created for usage in the lab by him.
Birthday celebrations, weddings, corporate activities, school events, and other joyful gatherings are all decorated with balloons. Artists who construct with round balloons are known as “stackers,” whereas those who create with pencil balloons are known as “twisters.” Due to the non-renewable natural resource of helium’s limited supply, balloon decorators have been shifting towards manufacturing air-filled balloon decorations. Arches, columns, centerpieces, balloon drops, sculptures, and balloon bouquets are the most prevalent types of balloon decor. The rise of the deco-twister presents itself as a combination of stacking and twisting techniques to create new and exciting balloon decor possibilities, owing to a growing aptitude for balloon twisting as well as balloon stacking.
At the LGBT pride parade in So Paulo, Brazil, decorative rainbow arches made of balloons were employed.
The majority of party balloons are manufactured from natural latex harvested from rubber trees, and they can be filled with a variety of gases and liquids. The volume may be adjusted based on the elasticity or capacity of the rubber.
Twisting balloons can make decor centerpieces for gatherings and give them a more unique look than foil balloons can.
A twisting balloon or a pencil balloon are frequently referred to as “party balloons.” These balloons construct various shapes and figures for parties and events, usually in conjunction with entertainment.
The balloon can be filled with air using your mouth, a manual or electronic inflator (such as a hand pump), or compressed gas. When rubber or plastic balloons are filled with helium to make them float, their buoyancy usually lasts only a day or two, if at all. This is because tiny pores in the latex, larger than the helium atoms, allow the trapped helium atoms to escape. Balloons that have been filled with air typically last much longer, sometimes up to a week.
• Purity – 925 Silver Charm
• Size – 3/4 x 1″
• Weight – 4.1 grams
• Hollow back
• Nickel & Lead-Free
• Jump Ring Included
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