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All you need to do is fill balloons with water and food colouring, and pop them in the freezer. Peel the balloon off when the water has frozen, et voila… ice marbles. Make them any size you fancy for outdoor fun on sunny days – on the lawn, in the paddling pool – and yes, they make great winter party decorations, too.

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Fill balloons with water colored with food coloring. Set them out when it's below freezing. After they've frozen solid, remove the balloons and you'll have something resembling giant marbles.

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Coloured ice marbles - balloons filled with water and frozen outdoors - been waiting to try this

Cool DIY craft - bake marbles at 325/350 for 20 min. Put in ice water to make them crack on the inside. Glue end to a necklace.

Bake marbles at 325/350 for 20 min. Put in ice water to make them crack on the inside. Glue end caps to them with starter rings to create pretty pendants! Or Christmas ornaments