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Just a suggestion, for more realistic looking hands, prop up the water or juice filled gloves on a tennis ball or a rolled up washcloth. This will give a lifelike curve to the palm and fingers of your hands! You may need to support the hands with other towels, etc, until they firm up. You could get really gross and put a few gummy worms into your "decaying" hands, too!

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Panakanic October 27, 2003

This worked great. To had some fingernails, I placed candy corn in the fingers when the ice was almost set. I reclosed the glove and finished freezing. The glove I used was a clear disposable one because a household clove is coated in the inside.

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Audrey M October 26, 2003

I left on the rubber glove. You can't tell the difference and it keeps the drink from becoming diluted. Oh and btw, would you mind giving me hand? bawhahahaaaaaaa

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gailanng October 31, 2011

I made this for a catered Halloween party for 40 kids last night. In addition to the water, I added gummy candies - which gave the hands a multi-colored, creepy decayed look to them.

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Black Radish November 01, 2007

thanks My granddaughter is 6 and wanted some really different ice cubes so I will use this I will rate this as a 5 star just for the idea

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cookie gramma September 14, 2006

You can also use gummy worms in the fingers to make it look like veins in the hands

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Melissa Van October 10, 2005
Floating Hands Halloween Punch