How to Make a Snow Lantern

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Introduction: How to Make a Snow Lantern

Make your garden into a winter wonderland with some snow lanterns! Let it snow!

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    tcambrón
    tcambrón

    6 years ago on Introduction

    cool idea but should post photos and maybe type in some words about it because my computer is having issues with wifi and its not loading the video right now. I think I might make a solar one, just angle the panel vertical so snow doesn't stack up on it and it will recharge the batteries in the day.

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    GorillazMiko
    GorillazMiko

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Wow... another awesome video. This one is actually really cool. Unfortunately, it does not snow here. :-( Would definitely love to try this out though. Great job.

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    ferrari484
    ferrari484

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

     If it doesn't snow at your place where do you live anyway (if i may ask of course). Because over here for ones. Our little country ran out of salt.
    I live in the Netherlands by the way.

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    ferrari484
    ferrari484

    10 years ago on Introduction

     Nice.

    it's funny my brother and i made i igloo ones. And i lighted 1 candle it (at night of course). That created enough light already.

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    bassclarinet23

    If you have walkway  lights, you could build around it...less of a fire hazard.

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    redsuit09
    redsuit09

    11 years ago on Introduction

    haha in Minnesota we have plenty of snow :) but at te moment its summer.... which sucks

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    peacenique
    peacenique

    11 years ago on Introduction

    These are gorgeous, aren't they? I learned to make them as a kid while in Finland. Lining your walkway would be a beautiful way to welcome guests. My Mother has always made ice lanterns as well.

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    redsuit09
    redsuit09

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    my family is from finland, i have always wanted to go there... the closest i got was england

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    computer_guy
    computer_guy

    11 years ago on Introduction

    If you take some high intensity LEDs you can make the lantern different colors also.

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    mandeep_619
    mandeep_619

    11 years ago on Introduction

    lol , i tried this it came out awsome, except i didnt use snowballs , i made mines with chinese food containers , for anybody who has dry snow just add some water, i mad mines with dry snow

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    Jennifer F.
    Jennifer F.

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Oh, so you used the chinese food container like a mold to make snow "bricks". That could be pretty neat. :)

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    dl~L~ld
    dl~L~ld

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Nice idea. I'm sure you could build off of this and build some pretty amazing things. Even multi-layer, multi-candle sort of things. Maybe even Christmas lawn decorations? I wouldn't know though, since the nearest snow is a few hours from me.

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    balloondoggle
    balloondoggle

    12 years ago on Introduction

    That is a lot more light than I would have expected from a single candle. Very nice project. Someone with snow sculpting skills could probably build on this idea.

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    rickyd!
    rickyd!

    12 years ago on Introduction

    it doesn't snow much in oklahoma, except for last years ice storm!

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    sunshine24
    sunshine24

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for that great instruction video. I can't wait to try this. ( :