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How to Make a Floral Ice Bucket
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  • a cooler ice cube mold like this one
  • a bunch of fresh flowers
  1. Most molds will have their specific directions, so you can easily follow them. But I like to cut the flowers from the stems and place them into the molds in alternating colors. You can also use citrus or other fruits! I then pour in hot water (so it will hopefully freeze as clear as possible) and freeze overnight. Right before using, run under warm water, remove from the mold and stick your wine inside! So pretty.

  2. Note: the mold I use comes with a container to hold it in – on top of using that, you can also set this on a platter of ice. It melts much slower than you’d think, but I would still only use it indoors!

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