Valentine’s Day

  • Put red or pink gelatin in heart mold. Place berries around the gelatin for a Valentine’s Day treat.
  • Make several heart ice sculptures of clear, red, or pink colors. Place at varying heights across a long table for a party buffet.
  • Freeze small strawberries, small plastic hearts, or other Valentine’s Day objects into ice sculpture. Display with red cloth at base and flowers.
  • Place a red light behind heart ice sculpture to display.


  • Display bunny ice sculpture in a pan of grass (you can grow sprouts in a week or two that look great) and add flowers and eggs for a spring display.

4th of July

  • Add glitter or food coloring to spice up the star ice sculpture. It works best to sprinkle glitter in the mold before adding the water or to mix the glitter into the water before pouring into the mold. For best results with food coloring, mix into water before pouring into the mold. Stir water in mold after a few hours to ensure color does not settle in one spot.
  • Display star ice sculpture with flags, ribbons, confetti, streamers, etc. in red, white, and blue at base.
  • Make a matching gelatin salad or ice cream cake for the star mold. Decorate either with blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries for added color.
  • Place ice sculpture mold on tray with crushed ice. Place cups of lemonade or other beverage on tray to keep them cool.
  • Freeze blueberries, strawberries, or raspberries into mold. Place fresh fruit at base of ice sculpture to display.


  • Freeze orange Kool-Aid or orange soda into pumpkin mold to add color. Mix about ½ tsp of Kool-Aid into water before pouring into mold. Place frozen pumpkin in a punch bowl of orange soda for a Halloween party. Place plastic spiders into punch bowl or freeze plastic spiders into each section of an ice tray with water. Add to punch bowl when frozen.
  • Display pumpkin ice sculpture on a block of dry ice. As the mold melts the dry ice will steam.
  • Add lights, spider webs, plastic spiders, or other Halloween décor around the base of the pumpkin.
  • Place a yellow or orange light behind the pumpkin ice sculpture.


  • Color pumpkin orange using Kool-Aid or food coloring. To display, place a small light or candle behind pumpkin and add fall décor at base of ice sculpture such as leaves, a cornucopia, or small pumpkins.

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