You have a Wintercraft Globe Ice Lantern Kit and now, incredibly, you can't believe it, but you find yourself watching the weather forecast waiting--looking forward to--temperatures that are cold enough to make a globe ice lantern.
I'm here to tell you to STOP WAITING -- MAKE ONE TODAY!
It is not 20 degrees F or less in your neck of the woods??
No worries, IT'S COLD ENOUGH IN YOUR FREEZER.
Did I say that loud enough?
IT IS ALWAYS COLD ENOUGH TO FREEZE A GLOBE ICE LANTERN IN YOUR FREEZER--TODAY!
So, here's how you start: Open your kit. Pull out all the items including the Instructions and the Insulating Disk.
When making a globe ice lantern in a freezer, the Insulating Disk is very important. It is made out of styrofoam and when it is put under your Freezing Base in a freezer, it will simulate the insulating quality of snow or frozen ground. So it will help keep the bottom of your globe open [unfrozen].
Here's the hard part: Eat the tub of ice cream that is hogging a flat space on a shelf in your freezer!
So with that little detail out of the way, proceed with the rest of the instructions and you will have made a globe ice lantern TODAY!
When it's done, put it in a plastic bag and add it to the pile of frozen peas and carrots in your freezer. When you decide to use it, [which could be tomorrow night] your globe ice lantern will be pristine and beautiful—ready to be lit and enjoyed.
ENJOY THE GLOW!
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