I am certain that many sessions of Guitar Hero or Rock Band will happen in graduation parties this year. These games create an ambiance immediately.
With some bars hosting Guitar Hero nights, you can say that this video game is the new karaoke.
Cool Jazz and Cool Shooters by Fred
I introduced last year the fun cocktail accessories by Fred & Friends. Cool Jazz and Cool Shooters were designed in 2005. But I did not try them until now.
So I was glad when Anouk, the owner of giftOsphere (CadOsphere in French) told me that she added to her inventory Cool Jazz and Cool Shooters by Fred & Friends. I met Anouk through the social media events in Montreal. She is really nice. Her online store, CadOsphere ships in Canada and internationally.
CadOsphere supplied me with two samples of each for my test drive. When my husband saw them, he changed the theme of an upcoming Wii sport party to a Guitar Hero party. He craves for the Rock Band game. I am worried that those hip ice cube trays will give him an excuse. 😉
Result of My Test Drive
I had two sets of each so I can check the consistency of the ice cubes. Wow, it really works! Because the moulds are made of silicone, removing the cubes from the mould works like a charm.
I took me a while to get the pictures I wanted. The ice cube kept their shape as they melted. I made one guitar where the handle was not as deep in the ice but it functions as well as the others.
Literal party theme and decorations are typically my thing. But in this case it works fine. I am telling you: Fred Cool Jazz and Cool Shooters will be a hit at a Guitar Hero party. At that price, it does not cost a lot to create an ambiance.
Buy online: Cool Jazz ice cube tray at CadOsphere – price: $8.95 CAD
Buy online: Cool Shooters ice cube tray at CadOsphere – price: $10.95 CAD
Learn more: Fred & Friends
TMcGApril 28, 2008 at 18:09
Ohhhh these are so cute.
You find the best items!
JingApril 28, 2008 at 19:32
oh I LOVE the jazz ones! Can’t wait to order one!
FanfanMay 2, 2008 at 12:26
Nicer with clear ice-cube. Do you know a trick to make them?
I tried to boil the water to remove air before freezing. But it doesn’t work very .
At Home with Kim ValleeMay 2, 2008 at 14:41
Fanfan: Have you tried with distilled water, pure H20?
FanfanMay 5, 2008 at 08:02
Not yet but I will. Thank you.
I imagine little fruit enclosed in clear ice cube.
At Home with Kim ValleeJune 18, 2008 at 11:24
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Shelly HillJanuary 14, 2009 at 21:12
How can i get the guitar hero ice cube tray??