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    Fill balloons with water, freeze and use and reuse them instead of ice!

    Freeze ice cream scoops in a muffin pan before the party. Great time saver & much less messy at cake time. Kids parties.

    Freeze lemons and limes in ice trays

    Pretty freaking cool! Baby pool and plastic tubs. Could even spray paint the outside to match a theme ;)

    Here's How-To Clean Fruit: Fill a sink halfway with lukewarm water. Add 1 cup of vinegar. Mix. Add your fruit. Don't over fill your sink with fruit. Soak for about 10 minutes. Rinse well. The Result: Clean.  Fruit. And how did I know they were clean?   The water was dirty, and the apples had that white sheen left on them after the wax has dissolved off. Gets rid of pesticides...

    glue & a balloon & string would do this..with burlap yarn and blush roses and lace

    DIY Glitter Balloons

    Graduation Party Tips - Party Decor blog.3dayblinds.c...

    Use a Dustpan to Fill Containers That Don’t Fit in Your Sink

    Dollar Store craft

    Surprising New Uses For Everyday Items: Fill colorful party balloons with a cup of water then freeze before your next big bash. Once frozen, toss them into the ice bucket with your wine and beer and these eye-catching ice cubes will keep drinks cold but not wet.

    Birthday Morning Balloon Avalanche Once They Open The Door On The Other Side!! How Stinkin' Fun!!!!

    Who knew kitchen sponges could be used as cheap cooler packs....27 Useful Dollar Store Finds Every Parent Should Know About

    Balloons filled with water, inserting a glow stick then placing in a white women's stocking! Really cool idea for an outdoor event!

    Great idea! Buy 10 gallon jugs of water for parties and add in desired drink mix...tea, lemonade, etc.

    Make Ruffled Ice Cream Cone Decorations

    Love this idea! Cover balloons with tulle and add flowers.

    Our Pinterest followers have spoken, these are the most popular new uses, each with more than 500 repins.

    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.

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