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Ice sculptures and ice candle-holders from frozen water balloons. We're doin' this next winter! Just imagine the walkway. :)
DIY Ice Candle Holders - Balloons are filled with water, tied off, and left to freeze overnight. The balloon is then cut away and a tea light is placed within the hollow of the ice ball.
Ice Balloon Lanterns: Fill balloons with water then freeze. When they're about 80% frozen, snip the top of the balloon and peel away. Drain any excess water. It's important that one side of the balloon remains unfrozen/open, so you can place a candle inside.
Balloon ice lanterns! This is so cool! Fill balloons with water and freeze or keep outside in the freezing temperature. When frozen, snip open balloon and peel away rest of balloon. To make the lantern, don't allow the balloon to freeze all the way. There should be one side of balloon not all the way frozen yet. Poke it and dump the water out and put in a small tea candle!
Ice candle holders... fill balloon with water, freeze, then pop. Could use them as luminaries at xmas....
What a simple idea for a great winter decoration--water balloon ice sculptures!
water balloon > ice lanterns - love this but probably not in Texas :D
water balloon > ice lanterns
Dal sito http://www.willowday.com/ un'idea geniale per far divertire i più piccoli ICE ART #2: BALLOON ICE ART WISHING YOU WEEKEND OF FUN! The cold has hit Stockholm. Neighbors have been filing by our house all day, pulling one or two sleds and with their ice skates slung over their shoulders; ready to hit our neighborhood rink and hill. I would love to share a super, cool, ice art project my son came up with this week. Tonight, imagine: these lit up our walkway! You could, too. See below for How-to-Instructions. These would work very well as compliments to the typical Swedish, snowball, pyramid lanterns, don't you think? These remind me of Swedish crystal! Note: These are a super way to keep kids busy in the garden, give them a sense of experimentation and that they're creating something new and unique (which they are!); plus, super plus: fantastic party decorations for you. You'll need just three ingredients to start: 1) below freezing temperatures, 2) balloons, and 3) water. The process is very simple and, if you have very young children, adult assistance will be needed for filling the balloon, tying the balloon and later, starting the balloon removal process. ICE ART #2 -- HOW TO MAKE BALLOON ICE ART 1) You need below freezing temperatures 2) balloons and 3) watering can (or outdoor water nozzle) with water. 4) Fill balloons with water. 5) Once the ice has frozen solid,* clip off the top of the balloon and peel away the remaining balloon. 6) Enjoy! These are absolutely magical! * Note: If you would like to do the candle-holder variations, keep your balloons filled similarly and don't let them freeze 100%. When they are all but frozen (80%) you will break the balloon, peel it off, on the soft side, which will still be unfrozen. By doing this, you will keep it from sealing and will have the shell necessary for the candle holder. But, It's worth experimenting and filling balloons unevenly, as well. It's super cool for the kids to see their variations. We added these "ice sculptures," which weren't hollow, to our candle walk on our walk-way and it looks like an enchanted ice-sculpture park.
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ice balloons - fill balloons with water and food coloring, let freeze, remove balloon and you have giant colored ice marbles!
Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles...fun winter craft!
Fun winter idea - Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles. The kids would sooo love this!
Ice balloons...Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles. Going to try this next winter
Frozen Balloon Decorations. Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles. / Wonderful kids project for all the snow days we are suppose to be getting this winter.
*Colored ice balls* Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off. Look like giant marbles. Would be great with small water balloons for punch
Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles. Just a fun art project for snow days or home schoolers in the winter time.
Frozen Balloon Decorations. Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles. -snow day!
colored water in a water balloon-- frozen, balloon cut off. Giant marbles!