DIY Edible Floral Ice Bucket

Keep your rosé chilled and your summer theme on point.

Materials and Tools Needed

  • edibe florals
  • water
  • scissors
  • plastic container
  • jar

Prep Materials

Gather edible flowers (Image 1), and cut the top off a plastic container (Image 2).

Add Flowers and Water

Insert the jar in the center of the container. Place flowers along the edge (Image 1), and fill the container with water (Image 2). Arrange the blooms around the mold (Image 3), and place the container in the freezer overnight.

Release Mold

Take the ice bucket out of the freezer, and run warm water around the outside of the container to release the ice sculpture (Image 1). Pour warm water inside the jar to release the mold (Image 2).


Place your favorite chilled wine inside the bucket, and display at your next party.

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