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Floral Ice Bowl

What you need

2 Glass or Stainless steel bowls 1 around 2 inch smaller than the other
Water
Edible Flowers or
Plastic flowers
Various embedding items



Instructions

Take the first bowl, the larger bowl and fill it with water.
Add your petals/flowers or shapes to the water and place the second bowl on top pressing the flowers out to the edges of the larger bowl. Tape the bowls together if you are having trouble keeping them together.
Fill the top smaller bowl with water as this will weigh down the bowls.
Alternatively weigh it down with some stones.
Place both bowls into the freezer on a flat surface. Once the bowls have frozen (overnight) separate the bowls. You may need to run one under warm water to break the seal.
You should now have one ice bowl around 2 inch thick. Place the ice bowl back into the freezer until you are ready to use.
Serve seafood, punch and other delights in this ice bowl.

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Floral Ice Bowl

What you need

2 Glass or Stainless steel bowls 1 around 2 inch smaller than the other
Water
Edible Flowers or
Plastic flowers
Various embedding items



Instructions

Take the first bowl, the larger bowl and fill it with water.
Add your petals/flowers or shapes to the water and place the second bowl on top pressing the flowers out to the edges of the larger bowl. Tape the bowls together if you are having trouble keeping them together.
Fill the top smaller bowl with water as this will weigh down the bowls.
Alternatively weigh it down with some stones.
Place both bowls into the freezer on a flat surface. Once the bowls have frozen (overnight) separate the bowls. You may need to run one under warm water to break the seal.
You should now have one ice bowl around 2 inch thick. Place the ice bowl back into the freezer until you are ready to use.
Serve seafood, punch and other delights in this ice bowl.

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Floral Ice Bowl

What you need

2 Glass or Stainless steel bowls 1 around 2 inch smaller than the other
Water
Edible Flowers or
Plastic flowers
Various embedding items



Instructions

Take the first bowl, the larger bowl and fill it with water.
Add your petals/flowers or shapes to the water and place the second bowl on top pressing the flowers out to the edges of the larger bowl. Tape the bowls together if you are having trouble keeping them together.
Fill the top smaller bowl with water as this will weigh down the bowls.
Alternatively weigh it down with some stones.
Place both bowls into the freezer on a flat surface. Once the bowls have frozen (overnight) separate the bowls. You may need to run one under warm water to break the seal.
You should now have one ice bowl around 2 inch thick. Place the ice bowl back into the freezer until you are ready to use.
Serve seafood, punch and other delights in this ice bowl.

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Floral Ice Bowl

What you need

2 Glass or Stainless steel bowls 1 around 2 inch smaller than the other
Water
Edible Flowers or
Plastic flowers
Various embedding items



Instructions

Take the first bowl, the larger bowl and fill it with water.
Add your petals/flowers or shapes to the water and place the second bowl on top pressing the flowers out to the edges of the larger bowl. Tape the bowls together if you are having trouble keeping them together.
Fill the top smaller bowl with water as this will weigh down the bowls.
Alternatively weigh it down with some stones.
Place both bowls into the freezer on a flat surface. Once the bowls have frozen (overnight) separate the bowls. You may need to run one under warm water to break the seal.
You should now have one ice bowl around 2 inch thick. Place the ice bowl back into the freezer until you are ready to use.
Serve seafood, punch and other delights in this ice bowl.

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Floral Ice Bowl



Floral Ice Bowl

What you need

2 Glass or Stainless steel bowls 1 around 2 inch smaller than the other
Water
Edible Flowers or
Plastic flowers
Various embedding items



Instructions

Take the first bowl, the larger bowl and fill it with water.
Add your petals/flowers or shapes to the water and place the second bowl on top pressing the flowers out to the edges of the larger bowl. Tape the bowls together if you are having trouble keeping them together.
Fill the top smaller bowl with water as this will weigh down the bowls.
Alternatively weigh it down with some stones.
Place both bowls into the freezer on a flat surface. Once the bowls have frozen (overnight) separate the bowls. You may need to run one under warm water to break the seal.
You should now have one ice bowl around 2 inch thick. Place the ice bowl back into the freezer until you are ready to use.
Serve seafood, punch and other delights in this ice bowl.

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Comments

  1. great idea! i will try it some time.. hope it really works..

  2. Cool Idea I can’t wait to use it thanks

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