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Use a cupcake tin to make fruit-filled ice cubes, then add them to pitchers of water or sangria at your spring and summer parties. part food drink ideas

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Learn how to create this chic napkin fold for your next dinner party with the triple pocket napkin fold tutorial. *Hint: Use an iron and starch for a more pressed look. Other Thanksgiving-themed napkin folding tutorials: Party on, Smarties!

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Summer Ice Cubes - DIY with fruits You can find this ice trays in ikea. You can put it in a water bottle

colored lemons how to make them colorful 1. get a lemon and cut it in half 2.get food coloring 3. squirt a drop or half on each like little triangle 4. you can either get a bag and put it in or just put it in normally 5. put it in freezer for like 15 to 30 minutes by the way if this does work pin a picture and tag me so ya but if doesnt work sorry i got this tip from my friend

Inject food coloring in lemons- serve with water or in dishes to fit color theme of event {So doing this for a party!} pretty sure the outside of the lemon would not change colors, but worth trying as an experiment.

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Okay, I love these! They are so simple to make and they taste great! 1) Simply take any fruit you like (berries, grapes, slices of pineapple etc.) 2) Get a tray for ice cubes. 3) Pour water in the tray add Sugar (if you want to) 4) Put the fruit in each tray for the ice add freeze it. (may take about an Hour and a half)

GET FANCY WITH ICE CUBES! Add Herbs or Fruit to Your Ice Cubes. I love the iced tea ice cubes! Or the mint sprigs in the ice cubes to flavor your tea. Caramel/hazelnut milk cubes adds a special flare to ur iced coffee!

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