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  • Tammy Anderson

    Fire & Ice Lanterns ~ try to use the small solar lights instead of tea lights.

  • Stacy in Oklahoma

    Diy Ideas, Photos and Answers :: Hometalk

  • Jennifer Kim

    Fire & Ice Lanterns made from dollar store supplies. - Mad in Crafts http://media-cache5.pinterest.com/upload/103723597637950561_KL5aI8vI_f.jpg leighann_b craft ideas

  • Dawn Marie Hagen

    Fire & Ice Lights! craft for a 4-5 year old, teaches about the properties of water.

  • Milette Chapman

    DIY Fire and Ice Lanterns To make DIY Fire & Ice Lanterns, you will need: a package of 3 punch balloons from the dollar store a package of 3 LED tea lights from the dollar store bowls small cylinder (shot glass, pop bottle, etc.) water freezer or below-freezing outdoor temps

  • Michele Hackworth

    Christmas Crafts, Free Knitting Patterns, Free Crochet Patterns and More from FaveCrafts.com

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