How to make it

  • Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off and they look like giant marbles or Christmas decorations.
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  • cdoyle6 10 months ago
    I live in Montana and it's cold! Could I let these freeze outside over night and then cut off the balloon?
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  • asdfghjk 1 year ago
    though this is a fun and beautiful project, i would just like to warn people that if you put this on cobble stones on an outdoor porch, and they melt, the food colouring could leach into the porous stone and permanently dye it. i have tried it and it worked wonderfully, but i placed them on the grass.
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  • mommy414 2 years ago
    Could this be done with Mylar balloons?
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  • ttaaccoo 2 years ago
    Gorgeous! brilliant!!
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  • mi_illusion_st 2 years ago
    beautiful
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    spinach1948 ate it and said...
    Hi,
    I posted a review and gave it a 4 star.
    I miss not being hear I had things to attend to in my life, but I'm
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    Ed
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    spinach1948 ate it and said...
    Fantastic.
    You have out done yourself again as usual. Although it is simple it is artistic and sounds like fun for the Kids to make.
    You could use shaped balloons.
    Hope all is well with you.
    ED (spinach1948)
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  • rescue_ranger 2 years ago
    cool idea
    be a fun activity for kids also
    Thanks!
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  • jett2whit 2 years ago
    Very cool!
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  • keni 2 years ago
    I won't get to make them, either, but they are pretty.... you could still freeze mini ones and use 'em in punch bowls or to add fun and color to an ice chest. :-)
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  • luisascatering 2 years ago
    that is so pretty! I'm in Cali so will never make this but what a neat idea :-)
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  • mbouchersr 2 years ago
    What a great idea !!! I'm in Maine where winter is long...seems like it anyway...lol
    I think I'm going to freeze them with strings frozen inside to hang them from our trees outside as ornaments !!!
    Thanks for sharing.
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