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tetris ice cubes

An oldie but goodie, Instructables user Tetranitrate helps you add a little classic video game goodness to your cup with his Tetris Ice Cubes tutorial. In a nutshell, you make little wooden blocks, round out the edges, glue them into signature Tetris shapes, glue them in place in a tray, coat with olive oil, mix and pour on food-grade silicone, pull out the wood pieces, and you have a custom Tetris ice tray. Tetranitrate mixed some food coloring into the water to get the color, but methinks you could use juice to make them extra tasty.

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  1. Lamadi says:

    you could use jello too!!! those would be tasty too

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