This time of year, if you don’t place a heart on it, you’re not performing it appropriate. So, in preparation for the kick off to February, I took factors to an totally new level in the DGD studio—and it all came down to a small heart-shaped ice cube tray from IKEA.
The notion? Heart-shaped ice cubes, of course. The catch? I decided to go all out by incorporating pretty pink berries, too. Read on for fairly possibly the easiest DIY tutorial/recipe of all time.
To make, just drop a raspberry into each and every of the heart-shaped ice cube indentions, and then fill to the best with water. For a tiny added touch, I spooned a handful of of the more than-ripe berries into a small bowl, mashed them with a fork, added water and then strained it all into a measuring cup. Then, I poured the naturally dyed pink water into the cube indentions, covering the berries. This further step gave the cubes a bit a lot more of a pink-ish hue—because you can in no way truly have also considerably pink.
Let the cubes set for many hours and then plop a single or two into every single wine glass and finish by filling them with your preferred white wine or champagne. It’s a basic detail, but a single that tends to make all the difference when it comes time to celebrate this lovely, rose-colored vacation.
P.S. Have you entered however?? We’re giving away a craft box from Darby Smart (contest can be identified here), and also a custom subway date art print from Sweet Sycamore—find specifics for that one particular correct here.