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I saw ice lanterns at http://wintercraft.com & thought I could make these without having to buy their expensive kit.
-round balloon -cup -plate -pin -flat rock can be helpful -tea light -matches/lighter -freezer
I blew the balloon up first to stretch it. Then I filled it like a water balloon. Try to have as little air in the balloon as possible when you tie ...
This is where the cup comes in. You want to put the balloon with the knot down in the cup, then put them in the freezer & wait. The time will vary d...
Be sure you're holding the balloon over the sink, cuz as soon as you stick the pin in the balloon, it's gonna be GONE. The water doesn't just trickle...
You now have a cave of ice! Use the flat rock under one side of the ice lantern so that your candle can still get oxygen. These don't melt as fast a...
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