Make a Frozen Crystal Ball!

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Make an ice ball that you can use to put in a cooler/lunchbox, stick an LED in to light it up, put a stick in for a giant unflavored popsicle, pretend your a fortune teller with a melting crystal ball, or just show to people.

Step 1: Fill Balloon With Water.

Fill a balloon with water and tie it of.

Step 2: Freeze

Put your water balloon in the freezer.

Step 3: Peel!

Remove from freezer an cut a hole in the balloon. Peel of the rubber. Be sure to RATE & COMMENT!

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    If You were to freeze tonic water, you can make it glow under black light! : )

    I'm going to go make a bunch of these and fire them with my water balloon launcher

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    Ouch wouldn't wanna be hit by one of those!

    Not only is that "ouch," but that could also kill, considering an ice ball would probably be as hard as a typical rock.

    XD XD cool! maybe make some smaller ones and put them in a potatoe cannon!

    me and my brother would makes these all the time and put the on our trampoline! sometimes even break them into little pieces and it hurt but it was very fun!!! you would have to try to not get hit by them! you could also play my version of poison ivy on the trampoline with these!

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    which will be posted later on when i know how to post an instructable.......

    click submit and enter instructions pics or vids (one is required) and tags

    instead of boiling or filtering like everyone else says, just use de-ionized (distilled) water. no contaminants to fog the ice.

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    Yep boiling and filtering the water would make it much clearer I might give it a try like that.

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    Thanks for reminding me I was gonna mention boiling! although, it may melt rubber.

    after boiling it, you're supposed to let it cool off after.

    I assumed that was obvious but I guess not.

    yeah it was obvious to me. i guess not him.

    ...don't put this in your lunch. Unless you want a puddle of water, of course.