DIY PROJECT || #7 || FLORAL ICE CUBES

Tuesday, January 15


INGREDIENTS 
Small petaled flowers
Ice cube or cupcake/muffin tray
Water
Freezer





STEP ONE: Gently pull petals from their buds.
STEP TWO: Place petals into ice cube/muffin tray cups. I chose to go with a spring look, so I combined pink, purple, and white with most of them. Some I left with two colors (white and yellow). Experiment with the look you want to have! 


STEP THREE: Slowly pour cold water into the cups until desired height. I did mine about 3/4 of the way.
STEP FOUR: Slide the tray into the freezer. Leave in for at least 1.5 - 2 hours. When frozen, pull the tray out, wait for 5 minutes for cubes to begin melting then, using a knife around the edges, gently loosen and wiggle the cubes until they can slide out. Pop into a cup/pitcher of water, lemonade, or iced tea and - voila! - you've got a classy a** drink. If desired, you can put the cubes into tea leaf bags so that, when they melt, the flowers will stay contained and not get swallowed up!




14 comments:

  1. These are beautiful!

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  2. MARJORIE YOU'RE SO AWESOME!!!

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  3. I love these -- great idea for the summer! Thanks for sharing, hun

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  4. Thank you all -- I loved making these!

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  5. Anonymous1:42 AM

    the pictures turned out splendid :)

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  6. Nora Ha12:23 PM

    This will be great for my spring parties. Thanks for sharing!

    Nora

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  7. Anonymous8:15 PM

    Pretty! If you boil the water the ice cubes should come out clear :)

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