DIY -- Ice Ornaments

DIY -- Ice Ornaments

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Rainbow igloo. awesome!

awesome-is-3 : theBERRY

ice lanterns with flowers/herbs

With This Ring...: Ice Lanterns


DIY Ice Candles Tutorial

Ice lights

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Ice Shot Glasses turned tea light/votive :) - Easy tutorial

Ice Shot Glasses: DIY Winter Wedding or Party Drinks

Ice lantern.

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Make ice in the bottom of plastic bottles, looks like a flower...float in a bowl of punch

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votive luminary using a bundt pan, cranberries and greenery

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Ice wreath with berries and evergreen branches

Simply Home and Family: christmas ice decorations

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.

Outdoor Christmas Lights

use these frozen lanterns instead of the paper luminaries on the porch railing

DIY Holiday Ice Lanterns - Oh My Creative

Ice Wreaths - Gardening in the winter....

Ice Wreaths - The Idea Room

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!!

Winter Ice Craft - Gems

Winter Ice Craft - Gems


Outside with Marghanita – Recycled Art – Ice Fun with Nature

Leaves in ice

Ice Ornaments — Babyccino

Frozen pine cones back lit by candle light

resurrection fern: December 2008

Frozen Lace

resurrection fern: December 2008

Christmas for the birds | pretty treats for christmas for the birds and squirrels | Holiday

Guest Project -- make Frozen Outdoor Ice Ornaments!!

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

Kids Get Crafty: Ice Ornaments - Red Ted Art's Blog

Ice Art, balloon ice candle holder

willowday: Ice Lanterns