There’s more to balloon art than giant foil numbers or kid-sized balloon animals. Tabitha Miller has transformed balloons into an 8-foot long dinosaur, a 6-foot wide basketball hoop, a crawfish on a boiling pot and a life-size Toy Story-themed Slinky dog.

Miller is the founder of Animated Art, a Baton Rouge business specializing in eye-catching balloons, balloon twisting, face painting, and waterproof airbrush face and body art. She and her team of three are known for their balloon arches, backdrops, overhead balloon drops and custom shapes and designs.

Miller started initially as a face painting business in 2009. Two years in, she learned how to twist balloons into shapes and eventually added balloons and entertainment to her business. When she’s not prepping a display or

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