Author: Canadian Living

Excerpted from The Christmas Book: 50 Activities for a Fun-Packed Celebration by Jane Bull (DK Publishing, 2001).

Find a lid or a tray with at least a 1/2 in (1 cm) tall rim and fill it with water. Put your plant decorations into it then drape the ends of a long piece of string in either side — they will freeze with the ice and can be used to hang it up. (See the craft)

Tip: Tape the string to the sides of the lid to stop it from moving while it freezes.

The Christmas Book: 50 Activities for a Fun-Packed Celebration provides fun seasonal crafts for you and your family. For more information, check out www.dk.com.



For more great winter crafts, such as candle holders made from snow and ice, visit: www.girlguides.ca/tips/craft-snow.htm and www.whitewoodherald.sk.ca/view_article.php?id=841.

Also, pick up the January 2005 issue of Canadian Living Magazine for instructions for making a colourful ice candleholder.

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