Diy Frozen Milk Hearts

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I am personally NOT a milk drinker. However the rest of my family is. So I thought I would make something special for them to enjoy. Frozen Milk Shaped Hearts. Aren’t I, SWEET!!! :)

I found these, Heart Shape Ice Cube Trays at Target ( of course ) in the dollar bins.

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I put some All Natural, VEGETABLE based, Food Coloring from Chocolate Craft Colors, in the Milk and Stirred.

Because I used natural food coloring, the color was more Pink then Red. So if your using standard RED food coloring they might come out a bit darker.

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Pour it into your trays, Freeze and Wait Patiently  :)

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Then Pop them out and ENJOY!!!

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You don’t have to put them in just milk. You could decorate a Bowl of Cold Cereal or Hot Cereal even Hot Cocoa.

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The kids had fun watching them Melt and Shrink!!

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Aren’t these the Prettiest Frozen Hearts you ever saw?

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Comments

  1. 1

    Those are so cute! I’m like you, I don’t love milk, but everyone else here does…Kate will love them!

    • 2

      It’s too bad because we should be really getting our Calcium… YIKES!!! Well at least your Sweet Kate is :) But now she can have PRETTY calcium :)

  2. 3
    Michelle @ A Pinch of Prim says:

    ♥So Perfect!! Just love it♥ Btw, did you change your pinterest page too? I clicked on the link off your blog and wasn’t sure if it was yours. I’m loving JoJo and Eloise!

    • 4

      Thanks Michelle. I did change the page. It should be the JoJo and Eloise.. I will click on it as well to double check!!

  3. 5

    Those are so adorable Angelina!!! I’m totally going to be making some for my own kiddos. Your photos are AMAZING as usual my friend! :-)
    Vanessa

  4. 7

    What a great idea! Haven’t thought of pouring in the icecube Trads, so genius! Thank you for sharing and have a happy weeekend!

  5. 9

    I love it and I know my kids would too! So fun! Thanks for the link to natural food coloring. I am for sure going to buy some!

  6. 11

    Very cute idea!

  7. 12

    These are just adorable!

  8. 14

    Yes, you are sweet!!! And the best Mom in the whole world! And of course you would have pink straws!!

    Carol

  9. 15

    Oh those are adorable Angelina. Your blog is darling too!

  10. 17

    How fun! I’m not a milk drinker either, but my daughters would enjoy this! So cute. ♥

  11. 18

    So sweet! I love projects with molds!

  12. 19

    So precious and sweet, what kid wouldn’t “heart” this? Love your garland and tie, and all you do. Keep it coming. xoxo jen

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