Place the lantern where you want it - preferably somewhere where either you or your neighbours can enjoy its beauty - and place a small candle inside....
For the holidays my parents in Norway always like to adorn their house and garden with lights. Not surprisingly most of them are electric, but on special occations my dad also makes ice lanterns with candles inside. It's a simple process that produces some pretty fancy ice lanterns and this year I took pictures along the way to share with the world.
To make these fancy ice lanterns you need:
1. below freezing temperatures (or a really big freezer)
3. a bucket
Step 1: Fill your bucket(s) with water
Find a bucket or three and fill them with cold water. Leave about 3cm or 1 inch of space at the top to allow the ice to expand as it freezes.