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Making Patterned Ice Cubes with Cookie Stamps

As you're probably aware, patterned ice is the new logo ice

You can make patterned ice with an ice designer ($160) or a meat tenderizer ($13), and recently I purchased some cookie stamps ($27) to give those a try. 

The round shape can be limiting, but they're pretty large and will cover a 2" cube. A new addition to my icy arsenal. 






Check out all my recommended ice tools at this page, and all my ice experiments at the Ice Index Page.



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