Balloon Artist Business
Earn $1,000 a Month

A balloon artist business can earn a $1,000 or more a month.

I know because I wrote the book to help others build a side hustle twisting balloons.  It's a fun and profitable way to make money.

Not another book you say?

No, it's not any kind of book because it's field tested.  I've been twisting for five years.  The extra money helped pay off bills, take family vacations and save for a rainy day.

Making balloon animals is a fun, creative way to earn.  Balloons bring joy to children and adults.  This makes it easy to get parents to want your services. 

Moms want something fun (and different!) for their child's party. 

YOU can provide it.

As simple as balloons may seem, they create happiness and joy.

One of the best things about a balloon artist business is how happy you make people. Consider for a moment, what you do each day to earn a living. 

Does it make you or the people around you happy? 

Balloons do! 

Don't get me wrong. 

It takes effort to twist balloons because you're building a business.  Customers rely on you to make them happy.  As more families learn about you you'll get referrals.  People are pleased to recommend your services.

Fairy balloon animal on a headband.

When I started there wasn't enough information on the subject.

I wanted answers to questions like...

  • Where do I buy twisting balloons? Is there such a thing!?
  • Where do I learn balloon animal designs?
  • How hard is it to twist balloons?
  • How can I get started today?
  • How much does it cost?
  • What can I earn?

That's why I wrote this ebook.

Balloon Twisting Secrets Inside a Balloon Artist Business

There are many opportunities to twist balloons. 

  • restaurants
  • corporate picnics
  • baptisms
  • engagement parties
  • wedding receptions, and
  • birthday parties

These are a few ideas.  As you get better you can add balloon decor for your customers. 


Twist Balloons Profitably How to Build a Balloon Twisting Side Hustle

Don't wait to get out there and book gigs! 

  • Tell family and friends.  
  • Make balloon animals and give them away.
  • Make them at your friend's next party.

Learn more about...

  • recommended balloons
  • tying a balloon knot
  • supplies to get started
  • balloon pump options
  • systems so you don't miss a gig
  • deposits and contracts
  • entertaining other people's kids
  • being proactive with clients
  • marketing
  • what to do at your first gig

Get my sample booking response and a basic contract. 

I'm not a lawyer so check with legal counsel in your area.  Be sure the template is appropriate.

After you've read this ebook come on back and let me know what you thought!

  1. Party Entertainment
  2. Balloon Animals
  3. Balloon Artist Business