Frozen Winter Lanterns


Frozen Winter Lanterns


Frozen Winter Lanterns

Experiencing an extra chilly winter this year? Then it's the perfect time to make these lovely Frozen Winter Lanterns. These lanterns will stay frozen for a few days in freezing temperatures. They look gorgeous as they light up your driveway and reflect light upon the snow. To make these ice-mold candle holders, freeze a bowl of water around a small Dixie cup. This will create the crater you need to hold your candle, and complete this winter craft.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


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My two youngest grandkids are going to love this project this winder! Ice and candles, what could be better? It would probably be wise for me to freeze the ice beforehand because they're not very patient, but they will enjoy putting in the candle and finding a place to put it on display.

This lanterns must look magical lining the driveway to your home especially so if it's a long one. I'd love making this for winter so much,we just need some water and tea lights and maybe add some glitter in the water.


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