Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles. This is awesome!!!

*Colored ice balls* Fill balloons with water and add food coloring- red and green would be great around christmas! (be careful not to let the food coloring escape!), once frozen cut the balloons off and voila! Look like giant marbles :)

Ice luminary made from bundt pan

❄️ Winter Holidays ❄️ ice luminary made by freezing water in a bundt pan mold. You can add cranberry and pine for color in the water prior to freezing.

Ice Lanterns for Holiday Decor. Beautiful! What a great idea for Christmas parties or Birthday parties

Learn how to create beautiful outdoor ice lanterns and ice globes using plastic molds such as the Artic Ice Lantern and the Ice Globe Lantern.

DIY Ice Lanterns

Ice Balloon Lanterns: Fill balloons with water then freeze. When they're about frozen, snip the top of the balloon and peel away. Drain any excess water. It's important that one side of the balloon remains unfrozen/open, so you can place a candle inside.

Balloons are the key to forming perfectly round and silky smooth ice globes, beneath which sit battery-operated tea lights.

Ice Luminaries

If you're in the "deep freeze" of winter, consider taking advantage of the frigid temperatures by creating some decorative outdoor lighting. Here are 5 ice luminary how-tos to help you capture some winter light of your own.

Carolina Charm: DIY Paper Lanterns & A Garden Engagement Party

A Coffee Filter version with hot glue - time intensive and not exactly sure how to fold/glue the filters - Carolina Charm: DIY Paper Lanterns

How to make iced branches, or "ice" anything for winter

How to make Iced Branches ~ Materials -- Tree branches, Aleenes Tacky Glue, Colorfill Diamond Vase Filler 1 lb. Apply glue to one side of branch, roll in diamond vase filler. Let dry 45 minutes. Do opposite side.