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Snowqueen's Ice Castle

Recycled Material: 1. Transparent Plastic Box, 2. A big and 4 small Glas Bottles

Natural Material: Salt

Other Material: 1. Paint (White and Blue), 2. Modeling Clay, 3. Glue (from Glue Stick)

Tools: 1. Liquid Glue, 2. Scissors, 3. Brush, 4. Adhesive Tape


Snowqueen's Ice Castle

Recycled Material: 1. Transparent plastic box, 2. 1 big and 3 small glass bottles - Natural Material: Salt - Other Material: 1. Modeling Clay, 2. Glue Stick. 3. Blue and white paint - Tools: 1. Liquid glue, 2. Scissors, 3. Brush, 4. Adhesive tape

1. Cut a circle out from the plastic transparent box.


2. Mark a big arch with glue stick on the big bottle.

3. Cover the hole surface of the big bottle with glue stick except the part inside the arch; Once you insert lights inside the bottle, the light will shine brighter through the part without glue and the castle's gate will clearly be visible.

4. Cover the small bottle with glue such that all bottles look icy.


5. The round piece of plastic can be covered with glue as well.

6. Scatter a bit of salt over the glued bottles.

7. For the icy effect to remain it is enough to scatter salt over a few spots, whereas other spots remain covered with glue only.

8. Put a few drops of liquid glue onto the round piece of plastic.

9. Place the bottles onto the glue to attach them to the plastic: The big one in the middle and the small ones around it.


10. Spread modeling clay on the round plastic and on top of the bottles.


11. Paint the spots with modeling clay blue and wbite.




12. Scatter salt over the painted modeling clay.




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