Sleeved for Launch
Loose by the Pound
Blacklight & Neon
We cut our 1/4" wide "Fireworks" confetti streamers in two interlaced columns. Then we pack the twin columns into a single, long, 18" cannon-ready sleeve. Midair, the rolls split apart, opening in a full, flowering effect. Launch them one after the other from a series of confetti cannons to fill the air with a true fireworks action - with no fire involved.
And, since they're streamers, your crowd will swoop most of them up for you and carry them home. Whatever's left over is easy to gather and recycle.
For 2" barrels, snip open the plastic sleeve and pour your streamers straight into your cannon. For 1" barrels, use a wide-mouth funnel for quick loading. Or, slice the sleeve open on a flat surface and sweep the rolls into the launcher.
Actually, you get more than twice the effect of regular streamers. We cut this effect 1/4" wide and 15' long, and package them in long, 18" twin-column sleeves. Launched, the columns fly in different directions. The result is a burst of serpentines that streak apart, then waterfall down in bright white lines.
White tissue reads well indoors and out. It also shines brilliantly under black lights. For a unique and truly spectacular black light effect, pour a sleeve of Neon Orange Slowfall Confetti on top of your White Fireworks load. Your streamers will burst through a glowing orange cloud.
1" Barrels: Pour in your Fireworks Streamers using a wide funnel. Or, set the sleeve on a table, slit the plastic open and sweep the rolls into the barrel with your hand.
2" Barrels: Easy. Just pour them in.
Yellow and orange sleeves of Fireworks Streamers launched from an RC-2 cannon.
When the visual you want is a true color explosion flying across the crowd - with no fire involved - you want these streamers. We pack a long, 18" snip-and-pour sleeve with side-by-side columns of 1/4" wide streamers. Launched, the twin columns separate. Streaks of color flower open and then cascade down, drawing bright yellow lines in the air.
For all the color these skinny serpentines create, the clean-up stays easy. Guests nearly always scoop up them and take them home. Any streamers they leave behind are easy to gather up. And, of course, they are recyclable.
One sleeve fills a 20" Kabuki Celebration Launcher. If you're planning to fire off two of the longer 32" launchers, get three sleeves total, so you can top off barrel. For these narrow, 1" barrels, pour your streamers through a wide funnel, or slit the sleeves open on a flat surface and sweep the rolls in.
Same goes for each twin barrel of the 1x36 RC-2 cannon.
For the RC-2's 2x20 barrels, plan on two sleeves per twin barrel (four sleeves total.) Loading 2" wide barrels is simple: just snip open the sleeves and pour the streamers straight in.
The side-by-side columns of 1/4" wide serpentines fly apart as they blast over your crowd. The midair split, from an audience perspective, looks like a fast-opening flower or fireworks burst. Your crowds will have their hands in the air to catch the excitement. The extra-bright lime color reads beautifully at indoor/theatrical events and outdoor concerts, parties and ceremonies.
Serpentines scoop up quickly after the crowd is gone. Make sure to recycle these. And, count on your audience to do a lot of pre-cleaning for you - people tend to drape streamers over their shoulders on the way out the door.
1. Use a funnel, or...
2. Set sleeve and barrel on a table. Slice the sleeve open along its length and and tickle the streamers into the cannon.
Double the effect of your launch by slipping in a sleeve of Flashy Green Slowfall Confetti into your Skinny Twin barrel loads. In one launch, you'll add two-tone color, two-tone matte/shine, and confetti flutter to your fireworks streamers.
RC-2 cannon launch of yellow and orange Skinny Twin "Fireworks" Streamers.
When you want orange to explode over your crowd, choose these beautiful, ultra-thin confetti streamers. Two interlaced columns of 1/4" wide biodegradable tissue flower apart as they launch. The streaks of color arch before they fall in a "firework"look with no fire involved.
For the most spectacular effect, set up launchers from different angles and blast one by one across your event.
Being streamers, they're a magnet for your guests, who'll tend to drape the 15'-long tissue over their shoulders as they exit. What's left behind is simple to gather right into the recycle bin.
The twin columns pour easily into 2" wide barrels. For 1" barrels, slice the plastic sleeve open on a table and stuff the streamers into the barrel (no need to be precious about it). Second option: Professional acts usually use a wide-mouth funnel for fast, backstage loading.