Place the ballon into a painter's tape roll to keep it steady
Add an even amount of glue to the balloon
Let it sit for about two hours to dry fully
You can choose larger buttons to use in the middle, which will be the bottom of your dish
Make sure you cover all buttons with two layers of mod podge
Flip over the balloon and then use a straight pin to pop it
Make sure to pull the balloon out carefully, and display your beautiful dish!
Make these perfect floral ice balls to keep your drinks cool at your next party!
Choose any flowers you like, different colors and sizes
It's better if the bottom of the bud goes first into the balloon
Make sure if the flower is completely pushed into the balloon
Get the flower settled inside and not stuck in the neck of the balloon
This is where you can determine the size of your ice balls
Make sure the flower doesn't get stuck in the tie
Turn the balloons every few hours so they wouldn't develop flat spots
Remove them from the freezer and cut the tie off the balloon
If it's not fully frozen, place the ice in a bowl and put it back in the freezer
Create decorated citronella candles to keep the pests away, while looking pretty too!
Apply the hot glue directly to the base of your candle wick.
Rest the pencil along the edge of the glass
Be sure to use a pot that is solely for candle-making, stir as it melts
Once the wax has melted completely, allow it to cool slightly and add drops of essential oil
Fill glass votive 1/4 - 1/2 full
Wait for approximately 2 hours, allowing the wax to fully harden
You can trim the wick to 1/4" long with scissors
Make sure you to off a small amount of the balloon
Slide the balloon onto the glass so it's covering the bottom half
Remember, it's not meant to be perfectly straight