I did a new ice thing.
I found online these Roks Silicone Ice Cube Tray Inserts, which press shapes, numbers, letters, etc into ice cubes. However, the trays they sell with them make cloudy ice.
So I put them on top of my IceOlogy trays facing down so that it would press the pattern into the top of the clear cubes using directional freezing.
This left a nice deep impression.
Then to fill the impression, I put some cranberry juice in the freezer for about 20 minutes until it was nearly freezing. I tried this once before with fridge-temperature juice and it melted the shape, so it's important for it to be super cold.
After it had frozen, I found it had barely overfilled the top of the cube so I melted it off by pressing it against a thaw plate.
It came out very nice, don't you think?