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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.

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

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Ice Luminaries: How to make your own ice lanterns

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

SO COOL! Fill a round balloon with water and set outside until almost frozen through. Run hot water over frozen globe until balloon pops off. Pour out unfrozen water from inside and insert a tealite. Makes a great walkway accent..

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Creating Winter Magick with ❆ Ice Candles ❉

Love this.. We have been having an ice storm..

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Creative Activities to do in the Snow

Creative Activities to do in the Snow! Colored ice spheres! (sounds better than ice balls) - SO cool!!!

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.

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Ice Luminaries: How to make your own ice lanterns

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

Frozen luminaries! Make your own frozen luminaries for the garden: fill balloons with water and stick in the freezer until almost completely frozen. Cut off balloon and dump out remaining water. Run hot water over ice for a few seconds to get that crystal clear look and place a tea light inside. Instant beauty!

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Ice Luminaries: How to make your own ice lanterns

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

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My Scandinavian Christmas day 12

Ice lanterns - we did this last night with the kids in Truckee - it was 8 degrees! Hint - don't bury them in the snow - it's only 32 degrees there, and the snow insulates them so they don't freeze quickly. Sit them on flat snow so that the bottoms are flat, and so they're fully exposed to the super cold. Gorgeous!

During winter fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles or Christmas decorations. I can't wait to try this!

Fill balloon with dyed water, sparkles ect, put in round bowl, place spout into balloon neck big enough for a battery tealight freeze for a day, put ice globe in tray to catch the melting water

Beverage holder for around the camp fire, horse shoe pit, etc. I have been selling them left and right!

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

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42 Craft Project Ideas That are Easy to Make and Sell

42 Craft Project Ideas That are Easy to Make and Sell - Big DIY IDeas

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The Ice Bulb

The Ice Bulb. The author puts LED bulbs into water balloons and freezes them. What would happen if I opened a glow stick and poured it in the balloon? Would it still glow after it was frozen? Hmmm....