18 May 2010

STRAWBERRY FUN!

Bonjour to all!  Its Ruby Tuesday!  If you want to join you can click here.  The hostess of this fun blog hop is Maryt.  Its a fun way of meeting new people and discovering new blogs.  I'm also joining Sue for Rednesday. Be sure to visit here to link up on Wednesday!

In the summer I love cold refreshing drinks.  I'm thinking margaritas, spritzer, sangria....  If you want a fun idea to dress up your drink just add a few berries in the ice cube tray and VOILA!  Everybody will tell you how good it looks and its zero calorie.  Its so simple!  Trust me,  you will get a lot of positive feedback from your guests.


This week I'm also linking up with
Smart and Trendy Moms  

Hosted by  Smart and Trendy Moms


To find out how to join please click hereYou will want to get in on the action at this blog hop.  Well I hope you enjoyed this easy tip and now I'm off to visit you!

In the meantime, enjoy:
Drink Pictures, Images and Photos

48 comments:

  1. What a cute idea. I have added lemon slices to ice cubes but I never thought about berries, I will give it a try.

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  2. Lovely place and I love shoes special red ones. The ice cube looks so good. I must try it! Thanks for following me. I took a cup of coffee instead of tea. I´m a follower now.

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  3. Oh it does look good. I am going to have to try that. I am thinking that a small wedge of lime would look pretty too.

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  4. Oops I forgot to say I am following you now. Your blog looks like a nice place to visit.

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  5. THAT is one amazing idea!! I'm definitely gonna use it too.

    FLAGSHIP - Ruby Tuesday

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  6. What a perfect idea! And perfect for Ruby Tuesday. (I cheated and repeated my MYM post which has red in it as well.) We are in a remodeling project, so photo time is limited right now.

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  7. http://karingafallan.blogspot.com/2010/05/rosenrips.html
    Here is the link....

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  8. that is perfect. an idea i will def try. thanks and great for ruby tuesday.
    thanks for stopping by my blog and i am now a new follower to yours.
    http://airiaartphotography.blogspot.com/

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  9. Thanks for visiting and commenting on the guy with Asperger's. Love this blog page. It's so pretty and fun! I'm a new follower.
    Cheers,
    Robyn

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  10. HI Anne-Marie, Thank you for visiting my bloggy and i followed you too! By the way i love your layout here alot! I ntie you loves shoes and girly stuff...hehe! Do you have facebook? If you don't mind because i have gorgeous shoes and purses maybe you find something you like! PM me thank you! ciao!

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  11. That strawberry ice cube looks delicious!! Thanks for the tip.
    Fondly,
    Ann
    @
    The Tattered Tassel

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  12. id love for you to email. perhaps we could keep in contact.do you like to write letters or we could even share some postcards. i really hope to hear from you.
    airforcewifecabral@gmail.com

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  13. Hi! thanks for stopping by my blog again and following! I'm a happy follower of your blog as well. I always enjoy visiting your blog.

    That is such a simple but amazing idea! How pretty that cube would be floating in a pitcher of lemonade. I'm will try this for my memorial day company!

    Thanks for such a great idea!

    Oh yes-- the red is stunning!

    :o)

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  14. Sorry, I used the wrong log in-- the previous comment is from Lesa at Dusty Us-- You probably thought who in the world is Cozy Book Nook!!

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  15. Hey ma belle! Oui je parle Francais, je suis Francaise. Est tu Francaise?
    Merci pour ta visite.
    XOXO
    Frenchy

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  16. it is such a great idea you got here ..never thought of it..lovely shot Anne marie..thanks for sharing! followed you too! thanks!

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  17. you have a nice header..love that eiffel tower in the middle..happy RT day! nice shot too!

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  18. Great idea& great pic !
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  19. It looks yummy. I will have to try it. TFS!

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  20. what a clever idea and the photo is just perfect.

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  21. Yum! This would be right at home in a glass of strawberry lemonade. Then again, a margarita is sounding pretty tasty right now :)

    Ooh, how fun would it be to freeze different kinds of fruit in ice cubes and fill an ice bucket with the assortment??

    ~Lamb

    LambAround

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  22. Hi!
    Shell here from "Bungalow Bling!" Thanks for visiting my blog and becoming a follower!

    What a gorgeous blog you have! So glad to find you! I can't wait to come back and explore more!

    Big Hugs,
    Shell

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  23. that's wonderful idea! i definitely think it's gorgeous!

    BTW, thanks for ff. glad to have seen ur site;) maybe you'd like to see my other sites:
    http://heniperrr.blogspot.com
    http://earthymsjen.blogspot.com
    http://heartquakesss.blogspot.com

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  24. Hi again ,
    Thanks for following my blog . I am now your happy follower . I think your blog is beautiful & interesting !
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  25. Very decorative and a tasty treat when the cube melts.
    Happy Rednesday.

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  26. Thanks for that tip....I'm thinkin I may just do that when I have the Girls Night Out at my place this summer..oh, perfect for those yummy margaritas

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  27. Looks good. I have strawberries on my post today too. They are so pretty and delicious.

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  28. Great idea, and will try this soon when the weather warms up..
    Following you right back, and good meeting you!

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  29. Stopping by from the Social Parade and am now following you!

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  30. Hi,
    Thank-you so much for the follow.
    I am following you now too.
    You have a very lovely blog.
    I have added you to my blog roll.
    Have a wonderful week.
    Take Care,
    Lisa
    http://misc-oceansky.blogspot.com
    Oh and that glass of strawberry juice looks so yummy. I want one. Yum. TeHe

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  31. Oh, Anne-Marie, I LOVE this idea. It is both simple and beautiful!!!
    Thank you so much for sharing it with us!
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  32. Strawberries are Narelle's favorite fruit, bar none. Too bad it is either seasonal (local farms) or costly but sour (imported) ;-(

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  33. Following from Social Parade on GFC!

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  34. I've always loved this idea, and I can't believe that I've never actually done it! I bet the drinks don't get watered down so much once the ice melts if you do this. I have to try it!
    Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  35. Pretty strawberry ice cube!
    Happy REDnesday~

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  36. What a cute little trinket box with the ruby slippers! I was just reading about an online Oz Gala, I think for August.
    And as I am reading this, I happen to be eating a strawberry. Will have to go slip some others into the ice cube tray.

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  37. What an amazing idea! Following back from The Social Parade!

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  38. Just wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog and also following me. I couldn't respond back to your comment because it stated non reply back, so I headed back here to tell you..lol. Blessings.

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  39. Hi, I saw you through the Social Parade over at Smart & Trendy Moms. I’m already a follower and didn't see your Facebook link... I must have missed it. You may be a follower not sure about Facebook so just in case: Here is the blog link follow if you like it: My Tot Travels
    You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter
    Happy Travels,
    Lilli (#51 on the list)
    http://www.mytotstravel.com/

    My Tot Travels...
     Learning to Parent on the Road of Life (and great tips for traveling with kids)

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  40. yum...nothing like a cold yummy drink in the Summertime...sweet thanks for sharing...Mica/The Child's Paper

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  41. Hi Anne-Marie with a dash!! Tomorrow when I go shopping I am going to pick up some strawberries and freeze them too. I think it will look and taste heavenly in some French lemonade. Great idea!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  42. Stopping by from the Social Parade. I love Quebec province and Paris. We have two things in common. Following you on GFC.

    Have a great week!

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  43. Fabulous idea! So simple! I love the picket fence tablecloth in your Provence post, too!

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  44. When we were kids, we used to visit our grandparents' next-door neighbors, a proper old Southern couple, Colonel and Boo. We were always delighted when Boo would serve our soft drinks in fancy glasses... with fake ice cubes... with flies in the middle.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for following. I believe I just might reciprocate.

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