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Celebrate Girl’s Night With These DIY Floral Ice Balls

Floral Ice Balls

How do you plan on spending your next girl’s night? Does it include chips, champagne and throwback movies? If the answer is a resounding yes, you’re going to want to hear about these viral floral ice balls. They’re kitschy, cute and colourfully chic — plus, they’ll keep your bubbly nice and chill while sitting pretty on display.

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Floral ice balls can be made with a variety of blooms such as roses, carnations, violets and peonies (our personal favourite). They’re also a cinch to make. So, before your guests arrive, here’s how to DIY these coveted drink accoutrements for an unforgettable night in with your gals.

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floral ice balls

Materials Required: 

  • Small bouquet of flowers (roses, peonies or carnations work best)
  • Scissors
  • 8 balloons (or however many ice balls you intend to make)
  • Water, as needed

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@hgtvcanada Valentines, Galentines or any other special occasion – this simple detail is sure to level up your party 🌼 #valentinesday #flowerice #hostingtips #diyhomedecor ♬ nhạc nền – Hoàng Vũ

Instructions:

Step One: Cut the stems off the flowers, leaving only the flower heads.

Step Two: Stretch open a balloon and insert a flower head into it.

Step Three: Fill the balloon with cold water until it has reached your desired size. Ensure the flower head is fully submerged in water.

Step Four: Tie each balloon tightly to avoid any water leaks.

Step Five: Place each balloon carefully in the freezer, and let it rest for several hours or overnight until the water is completely frozen.

Step Six: Once the spheres are frozen, remove the balloon by cutting it off with scissors.

Step Seven: Rinse each floral ice ball with cold water for an even greater shine.

Step Eight: Arrange the floral ice balls in a bowl, adding ice or extra water balls without flowers to fill in any gaps.

Step Nine: Chill and display your favourite bubbly ahead of serving!

Related: How to DIY a Gorgeous Paper Floral Bouquet

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