balloon cover

balloon cover

[bə′lün ‚kəv·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
A cover which fits over a large, inflated balloon to facilitate handling in high or gusty winds. Also known as balloon shroud.
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You can use decorative balloons for funky-looking juggling balls, or even cut holes in a second or third balloon cover to stretch across and make a cool polka dot pattern.
Saints have a hot-air balloon cover over their pitch and hope the game goes on.
To commemorate Archie's short life, Kym, who describes herself as "a mother-of-three and one angel", always releases a balloon covered in messages of love on his birthday - and on other special occasions too.
Alternatively, you can just fill an old stocking with newspaper to make the head or, if you are feeling adventurous, make one out of a balloon covered with papiermache.
What drives my work is my desire to give shape to things that can't be seen in the real world: a girl with a house for a head, a hot air balloon covered in eyes, a half-bear woman, my mother as a tree.
An inflatable balloon covered the pitch yesterday and overnight.