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West Lothian's company helping create "spectacular" balloon displays in Orlando, Florida

A local balloon company reaches out to the sky as it represents Scotland in creating a spectacular balloon exhibit in Orlando, Florida.

Balloon artist Janet and Artistic Balloon Decor's Bob Halliday have been selected to collaborate with a team of balloon artists around the world for the second time.

They will travel to the United States this weekend to create a balloon masterpiece to raise money for charity Free @ last to help improve the lives of critically ill children and adolescents.

Last December, they worked with 55 balloon artists around the world in Birmingham to make a complete product from over 110,000 biodegradable natural latex balloons in just three and a half days5. I have created two stage sets.

They were tasked with setting up a scene that captivated the audience as part of the production of the Nutcracker charity event by the BMOS Musical Theater Company in Birmingham

The Nutcracker Incredible Balloon Wonderland with the theme included a 30-foot fairy tale castle, a captivating forest, a ballroom, an 8-foot jack-in box, and a 15-foot toy train.

This ambitious international collaboration was put together by Stuart Davies, founder of Beyond Balloons in the South 3 It was the second Big Balloon Build. Wales.

Janet said: Huge scale!

"I am very pleased to be selected as part of this wonderful experience and to wave the Scottish flag. To make this dream come true, the balloon business owner will take the time for free. It's a unique gathering. A foot-high display is created. Use 30,000 balloons.

And we support seriously ill children and their families around the world.

At the end of the build, it will be handed over to the kids charity "Give Kids The World" and the fundraising activities for several days will be open to the public.

Bob added:

In the near future, when the Big Balloon Build arrives in Scotland, it will bring together thousands of people for local children's charities, making young and non-young and non-residents alike. I hope you will be pleased.

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