Winter is almost here, and I can’t wait for all of the opportunities to have fun in the crisp, cold air.
It’s the season of snow angels, snowmen and snow lanterns. And if you’re feeling a little more creative, you can even make an igloo like the one that this family made one cold winter day..
But it wasn’t just any igloo—this family’s igloo was so special that it made their whole neighborhood green with envy.
To prepare for their fun winter project, the family collected empty juice and milk cartons.
Then, they filled them with colored water and froze them, creating rectangular ice blocks.
Next, the family found a nice spot in their yard and cleared away the snow to lay the blocks.
When the preparations were complete, the family laid the circular foundation.
They set down a layer of ice, followed by a layer of snow, another layer of ice blocks, and so on.
When they ran out of ice blocks, they reused the cartons to make more.
The family’s colorful idea was going to make their igloo really stand out in the crowd.
Just don’t forget to leave a hole in front so you can get in.
Last but not least—the family pieced together the roof.
Ready to see the results?
So beautiful—especially at night when they light up the colorful igloo in the winter darkness.
Cosy, right? This is one project that kids will surely love!
Please share with anyone who might like to do something like this with their children or grandchildren!
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