Make an ice sun catcher
When the cold winter days arrive, go outside and decorate with this craft from the Nat Geo Kids Get Outside Guide by Nancy Honovich and Julie Beer! Dangle a natural ice sculpture in your yard, at school, or leave one as a treat for your neighbors. Just like a snowflake, no two sun catchers are alike. Get creative!
Fill a Bundt pan half full of water. (If you don't have a Bundt pan, fill an 8-inch cake pan halfway with water and place an empty yogurt container in the middle, which will help form the ring.)
Gather bits of nature: Things like pine needles, pinecones, red leaves, and berries work well. Arrange them in the pan.
Put the pan in the freezer until frozen solid. Pop the sculpture out of the pan and loop a ribbon through the ring. Hang it from a branch and enjoy!