This story is sure to inflate your Christmas spirit. Molly is a Munyan globe professional dress maker.
To help spread the joy of the holiday, Munyan who preferred to go by Molly balloons, carefully groomed, a Christmas balloon dress 8 and a half feet tall and fell in the bustling union station in Kansas City to show off her party dress.
"I never thought of what my life would be like," he told ABC News. "Here I am, big and grown up, and I'm a balloon lady." "How much fun was that?
Molly had to use pillars for the huge balloon dress to suit, which consisted of 590 balloons.
"This is my most from far," he said in the Christmas tree design.
Small looked at her in surprise, posing for pictures in a holiday dress.
His passion came from humble beginnings, and he became a professional career at the age of 15.
"I was bored and creative in the basement of my parents' house when I was 9 and learned all sorts of different crafts, including balloons," he recalls. "And then I took it just for fun and laughter when I was going almost to high school and suddenly they realized," Oh, I could do that as a profession. "People started asking me if I had parties to do, and I thought, 'Oh sure.' "
She said balloon gowns take advantage of anywhere from eight to 17 hours depending on their size and complexity.
“They basically take a day-and-a-half, when it’s all said and done, from the first balloon being blown up to the first picture being taken,” she explained.
“The most difficult part of the dresses is finishing on time,” she added.
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