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  • Marjorie Kramer

    Rainbow ice cubes, how could you do this with juices or natural food colors?

  • Rachaelle Langmack

    Rainbow Colored Ice Cubes

  • Elizabeth Merklinger

    Multicolored Ice! Great for identifying drinks at parties, or just a fun party idea :)

  • M C

    Rainbow or colored ice cubes are just as simple as you're imagining - food coloring and water - but the effect could be very festive. Imagine all red and green ice cubes in December, red and blue for a 4th of July picnic, or ice cubes color-matched to all the other decorations for that special party. It's all about the details. | Bucket of Rainbow Ice Cubes

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