Saturday, January 17, 2009

Winter Jack-O-Lantern

This comes from Will Tuthill, who lives in the northeast where it gets cold in the winter:

Very common in Finland.

1] Fill bucket or yogurt container with water- put outside.
2] leave over night [ or all day- it makes an excellent freeze gauge).
3] bring inside, run water over outside of container.
4] freezing ALWAYS takes place from top to bottom with sides next. The bottom is last.
5] Pop the thin shell at the bottom & drain centre- rinse & put back outside.
6] Put a tea light or candle in there for a winter Jack-O-Lantern that won't burn your house down.


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