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 a panty liner to block sweat/deodorant stains (for sweaters, etc.) WHAT?! This is GENIUS!

put a glow stick in a balloon before u blow it up...genius...perfect for night parties!

Cute idea for backdrop at a children's party. Or switch the colors for a high school or college graduation party, baby or wedding shower. Could have a lot of fun. Secure balloons together with ribbon and make sure you create a circular effect with them.

Ice cream balloons....these are adorable!

fast, cheap, fun hourly countdown for New Years Eve

Use food coloring to make skewers match party theme

DIY cooler- cut a noodle and tie a rope through it, around a Rubbermaid bin. genius

instead of balloons. hmmm wrapping paper could achieve the striped background or any background.

Balloon topiaries.

New Year’s Eve table setting idea with dollar store clocks… fun is this?!