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2014 winter design_icelanterns

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  • 1. Winter Design Project Ice Lanterns
  • 2. How to Make An Ice Lantern/Ice Marble You will need, • Buckets, soda bottles, yogurt cups, household containers, balloons, etc. – The container should be wider on top than on bottom or straight • Tapes, food coloring, etc. • A weight that will fit inside the bottle — a rock, chunk of brick, anything that weighs about few pounds will do. • It takes least 24 hours or longer (depends on the size) to freeze
  • 3. NOTE: Add few drops of food coloring before you add water in the balloon
  • 4. Ice Lantern Design for Evening Display
  • 5. Ice Lantern Design for Display During the Day
  • 6. CUDDY CENTER
  • 7. CANNOT WAIT TO SEE YOUR DESIGN!
  • 8. Additional Link • The Village of the 1000 Ice Lanterns, Lanpand – http://www.laplandvuollerim.se/en/packages/winter/the1000-lights-festival/ • How to Make Ice Lanterns – http://www.yankeemagazine.com/article/home-3/how-tomake-an-ice-lantern

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