Thursday, October 13, 2005

I love finding neat ways to freeze ice. The ice tray below is my latest find. Letters and Numbers. I also have some wacky Ikea ice trays, a Lillian Vernon tray with hearts and test tube ice tray. It makes drinking a beverage a bit more interesting.

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11 comments:

Jessica said...

That is so weird that you mention that. You know that package I was sending(that will be mailed tomorrow~I'm sorry it's taken forever)well, there is an ice tray in it and some other goodies!

curlygirl said...

very cute!

Jesser said...

I have an auto icemaker (finally!!) so I don't use the trays so much anymore, but I keep them around for freezing juice, Kool-aid in. Sometimes I've been known to freez strawberries, grapes, raspberries, etc. in the trays with water around them and make fruit cubes, which are great in lemonade and iced tea! :)

foodiechickie said...

Awww Jessica you so didn't have to. I like a good ice tray. LOL. Thank you:)

Thanks Irah:)

We used to have an auto ice maker at work but since my office got a new fridge it is regular ice trays. Which I don't use. I freeze my bottled water. I've heard of freezing fruit in juice or water but haven't tried it yet. It sounds fun. I even got an ice tray from William Sonoma that has a specail compartment for lemon slices.

Jessica said...

No problem!
We use ice trays even though I have an ice maker. I don't like the taste of the city water. We use a filter on the tap.

Hannah said...

That is so cute! That would be great for kids.

Lisanne said...

Oh my gosh!!! I *so* want to get some of those ... would be GREAT for Lucas when he gets older, to teach him the alphabet! Gosh, I could even make soaps out of them, too ~ soap mold!!! :)

LadyGypsy said...

Too cute! I have Mickey Mouse Ice cube trays. I bet the test tube ones look cool!

foodiechickie said...

We have a Brita Jessica.

Yes they definetly would and I am one big kid Hannah:)

If I see anymore I could send you some Lisanne.

I think I may have Mickey ones too some where at home Kim. The test tube ones were from Ikea I think.

iHanna said...

those are just so cute - you could probably use them as forms for making plaster! woohoo!

foodiechickie said...

Possibly!