Make your own sugar cubes | How About Orange

July 06, 2011

Make your own sugar cubes

Next up in this week's "Wish I'd Thought of That" series: DIY sugar cubes from Nifty Thrifty Things. They're completely adorable, are they not? Learn how to make them right here. It looks fun to try at least once.

21 comments:

Delhibound said...

great link because after stopping by to learn about sugar cubes, I found her post on homemade ginger ale!! Thanks for sharing all of your great finds!

Lady_Libellule said...

Thanks for the link.

Grandma G said...

Wow, they look so pretty!

Mum

riyo a.k.a. talktothesun said...

oh wonderful!!i was looking for something for the tea house!

Annette said...

That's awesone. I've seen shaped sugarcubes in shops but they were so incredibly expensive that I never bought them. Need to check it out.


Haha. I just noticed: My word verification is "sugarbo". Nice.

tinajo said...

Too cute - especially love the brown ones..! :-)

Marisa said...

Adorable! Would be fun for a party with tea or lemonade.

JLR Designs said...

Very cute!!!

RebKnitz said...

I saw these on Pinterest the other day--brilliant! And even though I saw them already, THANK YOU FOR SHARING. I find great stuff here on your blog :-)

suesueb said...

When I was a little girl I always said I'd have sugar cubes when I grew up because I thought they were so darling and these most certainly are!! Thanks for the link!

Shannon LaBare said...

totally something i wish i would have thought of.

Ridgely's Radar said...

What a cute idea! I love the heart shaped ones!

zelzee said...

Adorable! I love them!

randomcreative said...

Cute idea! The different shapes would be perfect for a tea party.

gnome preacher said...

Farewell to the boring square sugar cube! Love this!

lilabraga said...

i simply adore your blog...is soo fabulous!!!
love learning news tricks and things....thanks!:)
xoxo
lila
PS: following you!

Chez Loulou said...

I love this idea! Thanks so much for sharing.

{nifty thrifty things} said...

Thank you so much for sharing my project on your blog, Jessica!
xoxo from Germany,
Vanessa

Bek said...

How cute for a tea party or shower, or even a gift for a tea-loving friend!

Caca said...

this is what exactly I what to learn, thanks.

Telebrands said...

Thanks for this post (and link) on creating your own sugar cubes. They look quite adorable.

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