A few flowers (any type)
1. Insert Flowers
Rip off the petals from a few flowers, and push inside an empty balloon.
2. Fill Balloon
Fill the balloon with water to the desired size and tie a knot at the top.
3. Place in Freezer
Place the balloon in the freezer on a flat surface (which will become the level base), and up against something so it holds upright. The balloon sits well on its own so just simple support of a plastic bowl can be used. Ensure the knot of the balloon is at the top so the sculpture has a lovely egg shape.
Freeze overnight (for at least 6-10 hours). When ready to use the sculpture, take from the freezer and peel back the balloon. Place on a plate (with sides so it can catch the drips). Beautiful! My husband loved this one the best.
See here for how long it lasts.
To see how to make the other ice sculptures in this picture, visit this post: Balloon Ice Sculptures.
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Try adding glitter!
Use use filtered or twice boiled then cooled water and the ice will freeze clear.
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