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How to Make an Ice Lantern | A Fun Winter Craft

How to Make an Ice Lantern | A Fun Winter Craft
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6. Remove the weight. Peel the flexible bottle away from the ice and remove. Run warm water over the outside of the bucket to free the ice lantern, or just set the bucket in a heated place for an hour.

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Photo/Art by Alan Witschonke

7. Place a wide candle in the lantern or use a handful of snow to support a taper.

*NOTE: For a thinner surface of ice, try using a small bucket in place of the soda bottle.

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