Freezing ice balloons for coolers at parties-very festive and much less drippy than ice! Genius!
Instead of using ice, freeze water filled colorful balloons to use between your beverages. A nice pop of color and once they melt, the ensuing water balloon fight will be a great way to cool off!
For outside parties, bury glowsticks in the ice.
No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! i need to remember this!
Upside down cupcake papers to keep the bugs away! Genius!
Table lamps using wine glasses
Use muffin pan to make big ice cubes for pitcher
Party entrance Idea: use golf tees to keep in ground!
What a "why-didn't I think of that" kind of idea. Put a wine or margarita glass in the middle of a large bowl for instant chip and dip set!
Freeze water balloons as a festive way to keep drinks cold for a party. genius!
Freeze ice cream scoops in a muffin pan before the party. Great time saver & much less messy at cake time. Kids parties.
Use golf tees to stake balloons to the ground. Awesome for parties/showers. Line the driveway.
Balloon Memories- Grab some helium balloons and attach a photo and/or message to the ribbon and you have a lot of meaningful presents for him to "open". He'll immediately see the thought that went into putting this together. #anniversarygift Original source- http://www.camtocamtalk.com/
Graduation decorations - and this can be done early because the balloons don't need helium
Ran out of room in the cooler.
"Bug Juice" ~ Freeze Gummy Worms in ice cube trays and add to blue Kool-Aid
Why have i never thought of this? Salt in the ice for soda etc. To keep things super cold! 14 Outdoor Party Helpers
Luau decor DIY
Use coffee ice for iced coffee, so it doesn't get watered down.
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