Inflate the balloon to about two inches from the end.
Starting from the knot side of the balloon. Twist three basic balloon twists. The first make about two inches long for the nose. NOW for the tricky part.. hold onto the nose while twisting the second and third twists they will be the dog's ears.
Bring the first, longer twist against the main body of the balloon. The first balloon segment (A), is the nose of the dog. The second and third twists (B and C), will be the dog's ears. You'll be twisting B and C together while holding (A) and the main body of the balloon to create the head. This is called a lock twist. You now made the head of your dog.
Make about a 1=2 inch bubble for the neck. Make 2 more bubble the same size to make the front legs, don’t forget hold onto the neck while twisting the legs.Like you did with the dog's head, create a lock twist by twisting B and C together. You now have the dog’s neck and front legs.
Make the body by twisting a bubble and leaving enough balloon to make the back legs and tail. The second and third twists (B and C) will form the dog's back legs. The final balloon segment (D) will form the dog's tail. Like you did with the dog's front legs create a lock twist by twisting segments B and C and holding the rest.
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The BALLOON DOG is a basic sculpture in the art of the balloon twisting world. When you achieve this simple creation your on your way to making more balloon creations. Many animal balloons such as the deer, giraffe, mouse and elephant are variations on this dog balloon.
This is your first step in mastering the fun of balloon twisting !
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