When Craftster user Burgz came across some reusable ice cubes at the dollar store, she immediately thought of a video tutorial she’d seen for making a necklace using bouncy balls and some hosiery.  She replaced the balls with cubes and tossed it in the freezer.  Now on the next too-hot-to-move day, she can pull it out for some stylish relief.  She even had enough materials left over to make a second necklace, and since she spends her work days outdoors in a garden, she has one for work and one for home!  [how to make a cooling summer necklace]

Project estimate:

  • Reusable ice cubes, $1
  • Nylons, $1
  • Ribbon, on hand

Total:  $2

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