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Holiday Icicle Luminaries

By: Kelly Mellott

Try this easy and inexpensive lighting twist for the holidays, light your driveway or walkways with beautiful glowing ice luminaries.



  • Six to 10 silicone bundt pans (depending on the length of your driveway or pathway you'd like to light, this could be even more)
  • Slices of lemon
  • Holly berries and small pieces of winter pine branches
  • Silver confetti
  • Tea candles (number to correspond with amount of luminaries you'd like to make)
  • Water



  1. Fill silicone bundt pans with water.
  2. Add slices of lemons, holly berries, small pine branches, and silver confetti to the water.
  3. Store in freezer or, weather permitting, leave outside to freeze solid.
  4. Once frozen, let ice pieces sit in room temperature for a few minutes until they melt just enough to peel off the silicone pan from the ice bundt.
  5. Place a small tea candle in the hole formed, and line along your chosen pathway or driveway.
  6. Light the candles for festive, beautiful icicle luminaries in your very own winter wonderland.
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