This simple homemade Christmas craft is easy but effective. Here’s how to make Karoline Jönsson’s festive ice lantern
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Baking tins (pans) can be used for a lot more than just baking. Here, I’ve used the classic bundt cake tin with a hole in the middle to make an ice lantern, says Karoline.
You Will Need
- Baking tins, a classic bundt cake tin works well
- Decorative natural materials, berries and sprigs of pine work well (optional)
Fill an upturned bundt tin with water.
If you want, add spruce sprigs or other decorative natural materials.
Place the tin outside if it’s below zero or in the freezer and leave until the water is frozen all the way through.
When frozen, the lantern can be easily removed from the tin by rinsing it briefly under warm running water.
Place the lantern in your chosen outside spot, drop a tea light in the hole in the middle and light when it starts to get dark
Extract from Happy Vegan Christmas: Plant-based recipes for festive Scandinavian feasts by Karoline Jönsson, published by Pavilion Books.