Where to buy acrylic tubes to make balloon topiary centerpieces

by Shay
(Baton Rouge)

I am looking for acrylic tubes to make balloon topiaries as centerpices. Looking for 24inch high and about 3/4inch thickness or a clear plastic.

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PlexiPoles NEW
by: Anonymous

Come in the sizes you want and are availablel at www.plexipoles.com
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tubing
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You can buy discount tubing at www.http://www.awesomeevent.com/Acrylic-Columns-C85.aspx

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Clear Tubes
by: Anonymous

Believe it or not I used "8' clear tube guarde" used to store and protect flourescent bulbs. I found them at my local Home Depot Center. The platic is thin enough to be able to cute down to size with scissors and strong enough to hold the balloons. I made these for a birthday party and used them as center pieces, they came out great.

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The perfect solution !
by: Anonymous

www.abncparties.com and www.awesomeevent.com has exactly what you're looking for.

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TAP Plastics
by: Ritabelle

Go to their web site at www.tapplastics.com. They have a great variety and can do special orders. I saw a giant martini glass 4' high they did.

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