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  • anayeli lombera

    Awesome winter activity and cool way to decorate front lawn! Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles.

  • Wendy Jill

    Ice ballons - xmas decorating ideas

  • Amy Joy

    cool idea for winter fun

  • Becky Reape

    Ice balloon decorations

  • Lynn Padula-Pease

    ice balloons fill balloons with ice add food coloring wait for them to freeze but off the balloons and giant ice sculpturs

  • Kellie Kent

    Frozen water balloons into 'ice marbles'

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