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    Easy DIY Ice Luminaries.Supplies: - Balloons – any size – Huge ones would be awesome!- Water- Colored dye, optional - Click lights/Candles add a few drops dye inside balloon and slowly fill with water. Click lights: Completely freeze balloons.Once frozen, remove the balloon.Scoop out a little divot in the snow, place the click light inside and place the ice luminary on top.

    Christmas ● DIY ● Tutorial ● Ice lanterns

    How to make iced branches, or "ice" anything for winter...these Cost 12 dollars for ONE at pottry barn!!

    Fill balloon with colored water. Completely freeze the balloons. Once frozen, remove the balloon.Scoop out a little divot in the snow, place the click light inside and place the ice luminary on top.

    Design Mom DIY: Ice Luminaries Love this idea!

    This is so awesome!!!

    DIY Can Style Luminaries by lowescreativeideas: These 10-inch-tall cylinders are made of white plastic flashing (#233813). Drill holes in the plastic to create your own design -- stack pieces to drill multiples quickly. Tuck the cylinders into the snow or grass on either side of the path and then add candles. The more the merrier! #DIY #Luminaries

    Stamped Christmas Gift Bags - So easy!

    Ice Art. Fill balloons with water and place cookie cutters on cookie trays, fill them with water and put them out outside to freeze. Using water and freezing it into different shapes is a great way to introduce art and science to kids, and as an added bonus you get some great creations in your garden or backyard for your winter party. By Kari Svenneby

    Ice Globe Luminary - fill latex balloon 3/4 full with water. Freeze. Cut off balloon, empty any water from inside. Place over a tea light or submersible light. Can use indoors or outside.

    Frozen Luminary Spheres! Supplies: - Balloons – any size – Huge ones would be awesome! - Water - Colored dye, optional - Click lights/Candles

    Easy DIY Ice Luminaries.

    These are fantastic... what a great idea for sitting around the bonfire! Definitely making them with the large tomato cans so theres room for all sizes of drinks!

    how to make lacy-looking candles using milk and juice cartons as molds, and ice

    Fill a balloon with water, set out in the cold and wait until it has frozen at least a half inch thick, a little more. The balloon freezes all the way around. Drill a hole to get the water out and put in a light. Use balloons of different sizes and put together in groups.

    Ice Lanterns: How to make your own ice luminaries from balloons. A great activity for this cold and dark weather!

    Ice Lanterns: How to make your own ice luminaries from balloons. A great activity for this cold and dark weather!

    Create some ice votives for an outdoor display

    DIY solar lights for less than $3

    Has anybody tried these? They look so romantic...but are they hard to do?

    ice luminaries made with a 5 gallon bucket. light, ice, winter