Acquire a large balloon, fill it with water, and tie it closed. Place a tennis ball under the water balloon and either place the filled balloon outside during freezing temperatures, or use your freezer to turn the water into ice. Once the water inside the balloon has frozen, cut-away the balloon and remove the tennis ball. If desired, you can rinse your new ice ball with water to give it a more clear effect.
Instead of using candles, as demonstrated in this photograph, place a child’s glow-stick or glow-bracelet under the ball so the ice will not melt against a flame.
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