Perhaps my favorite ice decorations are these beautiful lace and ice snowflakes from Resurrection Fern. They really are quite stunning. They are made from old doilies found at thrift stores , yard sales, etc. and tins. I think it would be neat to make various sizes too. Wouldn't this make for a beautiful entry for guests arriving at your home? Remember to click on any photo to make it larger and you will be able to see the beauty in these.
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|Picture From Resurrection Fern|
I also really like her wreaths.
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Instructions for this can also be found at Resurrection Fern here
Here are some more beautiful ice projects
This tabletop ice luminary I found years ago in an old Better Homes And Gardens magazine. The instructions are a bit blurry but basically you make this one in a bread pan and use small cans weighted down with small rocks for the votive sections. To remove the cans when water has frozen just place a little warm or hot water in the cans and remove. Insert votives where cans were. Remember to place this on a waterproof pan to catch melting water. So simple and basically nothing to buy!
I love this next idea also found long ago at BHG
I especially love the square luminary on the right.
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I love the frosted look of these next luminaries from Raised In Cotton and how they are nestled in greens .Wouldn't these be great to serve a cold dessert in?
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Directions For Cranberry Ice Lanterns- Raised In Cotton
Here are some different luminaries found also at Raised In Cotton
More ice luminaries
I love the amount of cranberries in this next ice wreath .
Instructions for this wreath can be found at Craftown
Here are some from Simply Home And Family
Ice Decorations Simply Home And Family
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These ice sculptures over at Craftberry Bush are amazing!
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I think these reindeer ice wreaths over at How Does She? are just adorable! You can make them with apples instead of carrots.
This one I found over at Creative Homestyle