I found that filling the balloons with the sink sprayer worked best, but you could also use the faucet, a funnel, or even a watering can with a narrow end.
When you first put them out they will be frosty on the outside as pictured below. As they melt, the frost will disappear revealing the unique and intricate patterns of bubbles and cracks within the ice.
For an indoor decoration, I used floating votives and placed them in bowls as a centerpiece on the table. For an outdoor decoration, you could use a tea lights and place the ice on your patio or deck railing. They will add a magical light that evolves through the evening.
By Jess from Hillsboro, OR
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Jess, besides the unique interior crystal designs of each ice holder; I love how they mirror the color of the inside of the bowls!
These are really beautiful. What a great idea for centre pieces for wedding tables, or any celebration. All the beauty and elegance of an ice sculpture without the outrageous cost!
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