Since our last Murder Mystery, I’ve been looking for fun and unique things that would add some extra flair to the party. So when I saw these awesome ice molds, I knew I had to try them!
Pratisphere Ice Sphere Molds
What I like about them is that they last for hours. Literally, I tested one in my water one day and one ball lasted about 4 hours. So needless to say, each person at the party only needs one sphere. Or better yet, freeze something like juice or lemonade and place them in a punch bowl with punch to let the guests admire while not watering down their drink.
These balls of ice are about 2.5″ in diameter and take up about the same amount of room in your fridge as about 2 ice cube trays. Once you pop them out of their container, which is easy to do with a little bit of warm water, you can easily store them in your freezer for company. Or the occasional night cap 😉
Why, Yes. I do drink my amaretto out of a Disney glass.
I love these little ice spheres and will have them on hand a long time to come!
*I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review*
For one of my most recent parties, I held a Steampunk Murder Mystery. When planning for the party, I was trying to decide what some of our activities would be. One day, while browsing the internet, I came across this little camera:
The Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 Camera. This camera will print instant photos, polaroid-esque style, revealing the picture in about 90 seconds after it prints. Perfect for Mugshots for the murder mystery! Also a great piece for anyone longing for the good old days when Polaroids were all the rage. A little piece of history revamped for modern day.
Now, the camera itself is not very mini measuring in at about 4.5″x4.5″. The pictures, on the other hand, are. Photos with the white border measure about 2″x3.75″, making the photo itself only 1.75″x2.5″. Pretty tiny. But what can you expect from a camera that clearly states “mini”.
Here is a sample of the photos. One is my mug shot/glamour shot and the other of my grandson cheesing it up for the camera. Quality is pretty good as far as instant photos are concerned. I noticed if you are too close, the flash washes out the face. Too far and you don’t get as much detail. But nothing I would complain about, just tricks to taking better photos.
These aren’t cameras for “real” photos anyway. They are great, on the other hand, for parties and weddings. Because film costs so much and you only get 10 per pack, don’t go wasting them on random crap (like my grandson, LOL). But it’s fun to see his excitement when the photo develops right in front of his eyes. That makes it worth it!
Would I recommend this product? Yes! Especially if you are looking for something fun for a party or wedding. They make great party favors!