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
50 Keep Me Homeschooling During the Long Cold Winter Days
Fill a round balloon with water and set outside until almost frozen through. Run hot water over frozen globe until balloon pops off. Pour out unfrozen water from inside and insert outdoor christmas light. Makes a great walkway accent for the Holidays!
Ice lanterns - Hint - don't bury them in the snow - it's only 32 degrees there, and the snow insulates them so they don't freeze quickly. Sit them on flat snow so that the bottoms are flat, and so they're fully exposed to the super cold.
Ice Balloon Lanterns are gorgeous outdoor decorative kids crafts that look so complex but are very simple to make. Kids will want to make as many as possible for homemade Christmas decoration crafts and more!
Ice Star Lanterns - Invented in Norway, where winters are frosty, comes the fascinating Ice Star Lantern mold. The product, is star-shaped with a center cavity in which a candle can be set after making the frozen lantern.