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  • Randi Lynn

    Colored "glass" balloon ice.. Take small water balloons, add ONE drop of food coloring (one is enough) fill with water, freeze... then peel the balloon off leaving you colored ice cubes.. would look so cute at a party in any cute cocktails!!!

  • Ashley Resendes

    Colored Ice Glass. Fill balloons with water, food coloring, freeze. Break balloon. Play ice balloon toss.

  • StevieAnn Nance

    Colored Ice Glass. Fill balloons with water, food coloring, freeze. Break balloon, use as ice cubes for Easter!

  • Amanda Johnson

    Colored Ice Glass. Fill balloons with water, food coloring, freeze. Break balloon, take outside in the snow and enjoy! (I wouldn't freeze--just have as colored water balloons for snow~)

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