Who needs ice cubes? Keep Your Party Drinks Cold in Frozen Water Balloons (Click through to check it out!)

Who needs ice cubes? Keep Your Party Drinks Cold in Frozen Water Balloons (Click through to check it out!)

Easy creative way to keep drinks cold at your next summer party!

Keep Drinks Cool with Frozen Water Balloons

Forgo a bulky ice cooler for frozen water balloons that will cushion drinks and keep them cold.  Get the tutorial at A Subtle Revelry.   - CountryLiving.com

8 Unexpected Ways to Use Balloons At Your Next Party

Forgo a bulky ice cooler for frozen water balloons that will cushion drinks and keep them cold. Get the tutorial at A Subtle Revelry. - CountryLiving.com

Fill balloons with water, add food coloring, once frozen, take balloon off and they look like big ornaments.

Fill balloons with water, add food coloring, once frozen, take balloon off and they look like big ornaments.

Impress party guests—and chill their drinks—with nothing but a bag of water balloons. Find out how with this easy DIY summer party idea from design and home experts Erin and Ben Napier. And remember that you can earn 2% cash back at grocery stores and now wholesale clubs with the BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ credit card. Learn more.

Impress party guests—and chill their drinks—with nothing but a bag of water balloons. Find out how with this easy DIY summer party idea from design and home experts Erin and Ben Napier. And remember that you can earn 2% cash back at grocery stores and now wholesale clubs with the BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ credit card. Learn more.

Wonderfully fun DIY frozen dinosaur eggs for sensory and imaginative play for kids!

Frozen Dinosaur Eggs Sensory Play

Hatching Dinosaur eggs.  Fill a balloon with water and a dinosaur, put in the freezer. Colour can be added before freezing. Fill a tray with gel crystals and soak over night. Peel the balloon off and put the ice balls in with the crystals. Using small hammers and paint brushed to hatch the dinosaurs from their eggs.

Hatching Dinosaur eggs. Fill a balloon with water and a dinosaur, put in the freezer. Colour can be added before freezing. Fill a tray with gel crystals and soak over night. Peel the balloon off and put the ice balls in with the crystals. Using small hammers and paint brushed to hatch the dinosaurs from their eggs.

Frozen Water Balloon

DIY: Ice Globe

Frozen Water Balloon

Dinosaur eggs ready to be hatched, the children loved this activity (small world dinosaurs, frozen overnight in coloured water in a balloon) they used tools and salt to hatch the Dino babies EYFS

Dinosaur eggs ready to be hatched, the children loved this activity (small world dinosaurs, frozen overnight in coloured water in a balloon) they used tools and salt to hatch the Dino babies EYFS

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