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Field-tested, our heavy-duty biodegradable balloons are worth every penny. They are the only ones we use! They consistently produce beautiful spheres of ice (unlike common balloons that tend to burst or freeze into unattractive shapes). Read about the balloon quality here.
The balloons included can be used to make both small and large ice lanterns when used with the related Wintercraft Reusable Freezing Base (small) or (large). Beautiful ice luminaries are easy-to-make with these balloons and the Wintercraft system.
12 Replacement Globe Ice Lantern Balloons and 2 Easy-close Balloon Clips are included. Ships in soft pack sleeve, not in retail packaging. Color/design may vary from picture shown.
Instructions, Reusable Freezing Bases, Insulating Disks not included (Instructions are in kits). Balloons are made of Natural Rubber Latex which may cause allergic reaction. Adult supervision required. Made in USA.
My review is more about the customer service from the company than the balloon itself. But I’ve been using this balloon for several years for a different purpose than it was intended. It fits that purpose perfectly. I need some thing that doesn’t take up a lot of room but it’s sturdier than a latex balloon.
Thanks! It sure is shaping up to be an amazing winter for ice luminary creation. People are reaching out earlier than ever this year.. and we agree, one secret is the quality of the balloon!
Terrific. So much fun to do. The talk of the neighborhood. Order and delivery was first rate.
This product is fantastic. Everyone always comments about our ice globes. Well worth it.
Took me a minute to figure them out. They are not suppose to freeze completely. When you take off the balloon water will drain out. I did opt for a 1.5" drill bit. Which I drilled through the bottom then used a small drill bit to make the chimney. They turned out beautiful. I placed the globes on a bed of Fraser Fur branches and I used 6 hr burn votives. Wish I could attach a photo.
I love the globes and the method worked perfectly. I have one problem- the globe freezes to the concrete surface it’s placed on and I can’t get in to turn off the light. I tried putting tissue down first, but that froze too. Any ideas?