DIY -- Ice Ornaments
DIY Ice Candles Tutorial
Ice Shot Glasses: DIY Winter Wedding or Party Drinks
Ice Shot Glasses turned tea light/votive :) - Easy tutorial
Make ice in the bottom of plastic bottles, looks like a flower...float in a bowl of punch
Ice wreath with berries and evergreen branches
All you need to do is fill balloons with water and food colouring, and pop them in the freezer. Peel the balloon off when the water has frozen, et voila… ice marbles. Make them any size you fancy for outdoor fun on sunny days – on the lawn, in the paddling pool – and yes, they make great winter party decorations, too.
Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles!!! guess what I'm doing next time it snows!!! :)
ice ballons | the queen says:
Starry Nights Basket Make hanging baskets sparkle all winter long by lighting them from within. Use coiled vine baskets without liners, and push a 100-bulb string of small pearl lights from inside to out around each basket. Place clear plastic ornaments in the basket as filler. On top, pile a 50-bulb string of small white lights and a string of prelit metal stars to shine above.
use these frozen lanterns instead of the paper luminaries on the porch railing
Ice Wreaths - Gardening in the winter....
did this last year, very cool.
Handmade Holidays::Ice Luminarias - Shivaya Naturals
Next winter, if your area is below 32°, go outside and blow "ice bubbles" The kids will never forget it!!
It’s Freezing Outside…Time for Some FUN!!
Leaves in ice
You'll Need: yarn, water, different sizes/shapes of baking dishes or pie tins, berries, leaves, flowers,seeds, glitter or any other natural decorative items ---- Line inside edge of each mold with yarn with enough yarn hanging over side for tying; fill pan with water and any natural decorations you wish; place pans flat in freezer or outside if cold enough until thoroughly frozen; after frozen, dip bottom of in warm water for a few seconds to loosen, remove the ice and hang