This winter, ditch your outdoor electronics and go green…Or better yet, go icy. It’s simple, and, if the winter is cold enough, these sparkling candle holders will last for weeks.

-When the weather hits below freezing, fill a large container with water halfway.
-Once frozen, place a smaller container on top of the ice.
-Fill the smaller container with a few rocks to hold it in place.
-Now top off the larger container with more water and freeze.
-Once frozen, release the mold by allowing it to melt a bit. You can do this by setting it into a sink of warm water.
-Add a votive, and enjoy the outdoor glow of fire and ice.

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