superdumb supervillain: Alphabet, On The Rocks

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Alphabet, On The Rocks

***SIX WINNERS PICKED 8/21 WITH RANDOM.ORG***

***CONGRATULATIONS, CanCan!!!***

her comment... I wanted these when I first saw it on ZRecs. You premium bloggers and your amazing samples! *shaking fist in the air menacingly*
Jojo is letter CRAZED...he would love letter ice. Also maybe I could make letter muffins? I'm pretty handy with the muffin batter. This would be fun for a birthday, to spell out the person's name in 3-D like that.



***CONGRATULATIONS, Tracye!!!***

her comment... I'd probably spell out the alphabet first... cuz I'm too lazy to really try to figure out how many of each letter I need!

But I'd do it with CUPCAKES!

Or CHOCOLATE!

Or CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES!

Or BROWNIES!!!



***CONGRATULATIONS, Ginny!!!***

her comment... I'd spell my kids names for sure. I wonder if these would work on ice cream? If not, I love that butter on pancakes, fun!


***CONGRATULATIONS, Heather (non-blogger)!!!***

her comment... I'd spell out my daughter's nickname - Camicakes - with cake batter! Camicakes cakes. HA!


***CONGRATULATIONS, mogrill (non-blogger)!!!***

their comment... I would do my daughters name in brownies! How fun.


***CONGRATULATIONS, flared0ne (non-blogger)!!!***

their comment... Might be tempting to "grease the skids" on some letters with a little petroleum jelly (mold release), then spray a bit of metallic color with sparkles, then fill them with silicon caulking gel. After they set up, I could put my email address in high-tech "Photo-shopped" solids on my bumper.











****Superdumb Supervillain generous sponsor alert!!!***

Sillycone has been so tickled with your responses that they are upping the ante and offering SIX sets of Letter Ice and Number Ice trays for this giveaway instead of just one. So your chances of winning have sextupled!

Plus, they will also ship worldwide, so ALL readers are eligible, no matter where you live!

Thank you, Sillycone!!!




Sillycone is a company that makes amazing trays that can be used in many, many different ways. Is it an ice cube tray or a candy mold? A baking tray for brownies or a mold for DIY soap crafting? The possibilities of Sillycone are almost endless, thanks to the wonders of silicone. It's oven-safe to 550ºF and also cool to the touch moments after being removed from the oven so it is great for kids. Sillycone products are fantastic for creating intricate shapes because silicon is very pliable, a characteristic that helps when you're washing all the nooks and crannies, too!



Sillycone's signature products are Letter Ice ($20) and Number Ice ($10) trays. These are not only cute, but a fun way to encourage your child to practice counting and spelling. Roo is obsessed with spelling these days, so she was very excited to try Letter Ice. We decided to make strawberry Jello for our initial test (please excuse my hideous baking sheets):



Pouring unset Jello from a bowl into the Letter Ice trays was slightly awkward. I ended up using a measuring cup (1/4 c.) and ladling the Jello into each cavity. Yes, my fingers looked like I was a blood-thirsty serial killer. But look what we ended up with!



The Jello wanted to stick in the Letter Ice trays (see the Frankenstein-y "R" that I tried to remove first) but I remembered this Sillycone tip: flash-freeze the trays for 10 minutes before unmolding. Worked like a charm. And Roo was THRILLED!



Honestly, my kids weren't really into eating the Jello once it was made, so I think we will stick to the ice tray application. Or maybe brownies. I also love the idea of spelling out a kid's name in colored letters and embedding them into a clear glycerine soap. I told Bob I might do that for holiday gifts and his eyes said "sure, you will." A girl can dream! Melting leftover crayon nubblins or homemade sidewalk chalk would be fun, too. Endless options abound, obviously. Geeky tech folks will be excited to see the upcoming Symbol Ice trays, too.



Buy Sillycone online or find a retailer near you.

To enter and win your own set of Letter Ice and Number Ice trays (a $30 value), please comment on this post with what you would spell first and what you would make it out of!


Entries will be accepted through August 20th and I'll pick the winner using Random.org. All readers are eligible, as the generous sponsor will ship worldwide! Sillycone is also letting me give away six sets!!! Only one entry/comment per person, please.


Make sure you leave an email address in your comment or that you have one accessible on your blog so you can be contacted if you win! Or, you may choose to check for your nickname at Prizey.Fetch, a site that compiles winners in one convenient place:




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250 comments:

  1. I would spell out my daughter's names in jello for a meal. They love jello and would get a kick out of seeing their names done in it.

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  2. I would love to use this as a topping to my son's birthday cake. Happy Birthday Cade would look so cute in Jello on top!! Thanks!

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  3. I would spell my DD's name, Sara, and
    would make it out of green jello, her fav!

    cmartin0055(at)aol(dot)com

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  4. I love the symbols. And hey- we have the same cookie sheets! LOL. These would also be a fun idea for Gray's 3rd birthday coming up! I could spell something fun out for him or celebrate the upcoming arrival of Ivy!

    Steph

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  5. My first word to spell would be my last name for family birthdays and I'd try to make cupcakes or cookies for it. I think all my nieces and nephews would get a kick out of it! jeepcutie82 at msn dot com

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  6. I'd spell happy birthday because my dad's birthday is coming up!

    mitanari@yahoo.com

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  7. I'd spell I love you in ice cream as a silly present for my boyfriend. tinawittmer(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  8. I'd love to surprise my husband with his name "Kurt" as butter on some breakfast pancakes - his birthday is coming up. Cool product! afdr3d@umkc.edu

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  9. What an awesome idea!!!!!! I would probably use these most often as a tool or teaching my little one numbers and letters - I'd probably fill them with frozen mashed fruits.

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  10. Someone was really smart to come up with this. I would spell JACK for my grandson. He would love it!

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  11. I'd definitely spell my son's name, either in jello or ice cubes. Very cute - thanks for doing the giveaway!

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  12. I would probably spell out Happy birthday for my sister in jello... strawberry is her favorite!

    ticole96(at)msn(dot)com

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  13. Well how fun is that?! I'd probably make ice cubes or jello (I'm pregnant - anything cold sounds wonderful!)

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  14. I would spell my 3 kids'names for them out of jello or maybe cookie dough that I freeze after to unmold.

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  15. those are too much fun! the first thing that i thought was what my boys would probably spell. i won't reveal the word, but let's just say that anything that involves the "bathroom" is funny!

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  16. I would spell my kids' names in Jello first!

    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  17. Hot Mama!

    Made out of Jello!

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  18. There are a number of things I would do with these, but I think first I would do is my son's name for his b-day in cake or brownies. He also is a huge fan of Word World cartoon, so it would be fun to make words in frozen juice for the "word of the day" type thing. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  19. be my valentine in syrup on pancakes for my husband

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  20. I'd spell my daughter's name - Lennon. Not sure what I'd use, though, jello? brownies? cake? ice? Hmm....

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  21. Wow, these are cool! I'd love to spell my daughter's name in brownies! How fun!

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  22. I would spell my son's name in jello of course!!

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  23. You just solved my holiday kid gift dilemma! Personalized crayons for everyone!

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  24. I would spell my children's name on a cake :)

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  25. I'd spell my daughters' names in brownies!

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  26. I would definitely spell out my kids' names in cake, and put each letter on top of a cupcake. Along with happy and birthday, of course!

    Birthdays coming up in September and October . . .

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  27. I'd spell the kids' names in ice
    gkstratos@yahoo.com

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  28. I'd spell my kids names in Jello

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  29. I would use it to spell out my soon-to-be nieces name on the baby shower cake!!

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  30. I might spell my son's name, but since he is too young to appreciate it, I might make funny math sentences in ice for my math writer wife!

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  31. These are so much fun!

    I think I would make some butter initials for a big ol batch of homemade waffles!!

    nancyrobster@gmail.com

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  32. I would spell out my boyfriend's name for his birthday in brownie letters! I have a nice collection of silicon ice trays so letters and numbers would be a great addition to them, as well!

    casey
    lollypopperz at gmail dot com

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  33. I would make cherry jello and put every child's initial on their cupcake for my son's birthday party.

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  34. I would use it to shape meatloaf and then cook it for my husbands dinner. He would love it.

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  35. I would write my kids' names in brownies. You can never go wrong with brownies! :)

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  36. Well, let's see. I think I would make the traditional jello first for my trial run and I would make a game of it by placing all the letters in the center and go around the table; each person picks one letter. When the letters are all dispersed, each person has to make a word. The best or longest wins!
    As you can see, I think these look fun!
    Personally, I love the geeky ones best!

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  37. I would spell out the names of my daughter, niece & nephew (Zoe, Charlotte & Colin) in colored ice so that they could play with them in the heat to cool off!

    uaxostacy at hotmail dot com

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  38. I would use sugar free jello and spell the whole alphabet! I love the molds! and hope I win!
    amberpanda1@juno.com

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  39. I would spell my son's name first out of a mix of melted chocolate and peanut butter!
    momabr at yahoo dot com

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  40. I'd spell out "summer" to celebrate our favorite season

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  41. What a great idea these are. I would use this to spell out each of our kids names for their birthday's. I would also use this for holidays, to spell out things like Happy Halloween, Happy Spring and stuff like that.
    Love this idea! Thanks for this giveaway.

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  42. I would spell I love u for my hubbys birthday.

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  43. If I were to win these, I'd use 'em to make Adam's birthday extra special by spelling out Adam is 5 on cupcakes! Thanks!

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  44. wow i love to win a set so i can make some thing good with them thanks

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  45. I would use that at my sister's baby shower to spell Congrats Amanda! I'm sure I could find lots of things to use them for:)

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  46. love the soap project! i would make some for our friends and family for christmas! it would be neat to spell out their last names and find a cute little soap dish!
    also, being a teacher i could think of tons of uses for it in the classroom!
    thanks!
    moore.g at insideconnect.net

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  47. I would spell out the number two for my twins 2nd birthday! I would use it to make jello!

    sumiguptaglickman [at] gmail.com

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  48. These are cute. I would freeze Kool-aid in them and use them as ice cubes. I would also spell out my son and daughters names (Gracie and Joey) using jello and let them eat them with their fingers for a dessert. Being a room mom for my daughter class at school, these would be great to make treats for their parties. I would love to win these. Thanks for the chance. ecghick@yahoo.com

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  49. I'd spell my kids names for sure. I wonder if these would work on ice cream? If not, I love that butter on pancakes, fun!

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  50. I wanted these when I first saw it on ZRecs. You premium bloggers and your amazing samples! *shaking fist in the air menacingly*
    Jojo is letter CRAZED...he would love letter ice. Also maybe I could make letter muffins? I'm pretty handy with the muffin batter. This would be fun for a birthday, to spell out the person's name in 3-D like that.

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  51. I'd spell out my nieces names first. The older one is really into spelling and writing her name right now. I'd use ice. They love to eat ice.

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  52. I'd spell "I love you" out of mini letter muffins or something like that, to leave for my spouse in the morning before he goes to work.

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  53. I would make my sons' names in jello. They would love it!

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  54. I would spell out my kids names in jello. They love seeing their names in unusual places.

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  55. I LOVE YOU would make mini muffins

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  56. I would spell my sons name in Jello because right now that seems to be his favorite thing to eat.

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  57. birthday boys' names in brownies

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  58. I would spell my sons name. With what ingredient, I'm not sure. But, these look really fun! Thanks!

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  59. I'd spell Allie, my daughter's name.

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  60. I would make ice cubes that spell out "Please refill the icecube trays when you empty them" LOL Can you tell thats a peeve of mine?

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  61. I'd love to use this to make a birthday cake/cupcakes. I would spell 'Happy Birthday'. Thanks for the chance!

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  62. I'd spell with my kid, "WE LOVE CANDY", because we all know, 'candy is dandy'.

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  63. My grand son's names. Great prize.

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  64. I would first spell out my kids names with ice, outside on the deck in winter, so we could see how long it takes for them to melt...

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  65. Spell my daughters' name in brownies

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  66. I teach preschool and would use these in my class to teach letters & numbers...how fun...and edible lesson!

    Katyshops at comcast.net

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  67. I'd use all the letters as my son is into learning the alphabet now. I'd probably freeze mashed up fruit in them.

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  68. I would spell my boyfriends name in red jello as a surprise dessert!

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  69. these are cute! I would use them to make my sons' names in coloured ice cubes!

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  70. I'd spell my nephew's name and surprise him on his birthday.

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  71. happy birthday for my kids birthday

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  72. I'd spell my kids' names out of Jello.

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  73. i WOULD SPELL dALTON WITH jELLO

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  74. I WOULD SPELL MY SON'S NAME FOR HIS BIRTHDAY.

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  75. These are a great idea! I would spell my daughter's name.

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  76. I would make crayon sets for all the family's kids for Christmas. What a bargain gift that would be, and they'd love it!

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  77. Thank you for having this. these are fantastic! I would spell my kids names with kool aid. They love frozen kool aid and having it in their own name is something the would love. Thank you!

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  78. My son's 5th birthday is next month and I hate big birthday cakes so I like to make lots of cupcakes and lay them across the table. It would be really cute to line them up and put one chocolate letter on each one so it spells out Happy Birthday Ben!

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  79. What a neat idea, nice for every occasion.

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  80. I would spell Love u for my husband.

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  81. Happy Birthday for my husband!
    hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  82. We would spell my sons name (b-day this month) with a tie dyed jello my kids and I made up! They love cool colors and letters! Tell us we won at certifiablyblonde@yahoo.com

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  83. I'd spell surprise in jello!

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  84. angelina115@hotmail.com
    son's name in brownies

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  85. I'd make a happy birthday cake for my roommate. She gets a kick out of cute things like this!

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  86. How fun!! I'd spell my kids' names and surprise them with a jello treat :)

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  87. I would spell out family names for b-days. Proably do cupcakes though. Great giveaway. jeter_tracy@yahoo.com

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  88. I would add toppings to birthday cakes spelling out their names. Thanks! Make sure you stop by and enter for a personalized Princess Bracelet.
    http://uniquelyyoursbyshay.wordpress.com

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  89. very cool! at parties, people could use the letters of their name as the ice for their drinks!

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  90. I would spell my son's name first, of course.... and the JELLO looks fabulous!

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  91. I'd probably spell out the alphabet first... cuz I'm too lazy to really try to figure out how many of each letter I need!

    But I'd do it with CUPCAKES!

    Or CHOCOLATE!

    Or CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES!

    Or BROWNIES!!!

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  92. I'd would probably make my kids' names. They'd get a kick out of that. Thanks for the great contest!

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  93. I would make some colored fruit juice ice cubes for my daughter and spell out her name. Great giveaway, thanks!

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  94. I'd spell out the family name for our reunion

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  95. I'd make Jello letters and spell my sons name, Maximus.

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  96. These are so cool!! I love using the Jello idea. I'm a speech therapist, so I'd probably use them with my kindergarteners and
    1st graders in learning to sound out and spell simple words. They could also pick out the letter of the sound that I make! I'm always looking for new ideas...thanks for showing me these!

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  97. I would probably use it with Jell-o to spell out any of my grandkids name for them when they come over here. Adam, Elizabeth, Joshua, Annie, and Samantha.

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  98. I'm sure that my sons would love to spell their names. I would make frozen lemonade letters/numbers.

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  99. I am a Teacher and I teach children with Autism. Children with Autism love to learn using their senses so what a great way for them to learn spelling while they get to smell, touch and eat the letters. So we would spell out names, sight words and any other words we could come up with.

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  100. I would do my daughters name in brownies! How fun.

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  101. I would spell Welcome Back to School for my kids - I teach!

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  102. These would be cute for any holiday and something the kids can make. They are also good to teach children their letters and numbers in a fun way.

    gina51223@verizon.net

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  103. I would make ice, and have people* spell things in their drinks - whatever they can with the letters they got.

    urchiken at gmail dot com

    *I mean adult people, not kids!

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  104. This is an awesome product! I'd use it to work on letters and numbers with my daughter, I'd use cake mix or maybe see if muffin mix would work! unforgetable_dreamer_always(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  105. I would make brownies for an upcoming baby shower and spell out the baby's name.

    yucca72(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  106. My kids are all about putting cups of water in the freezer to freeze right now - so I think we would do their names in ice to start off with! Then I'd love to try the Jello and see how they like that. :)

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  107. I would spell out my ex-boyfriends name with Jello letters and then throw them out the window.

    On the other hand, I'd spell out my name with the Jello letters and eat them!


    fertawert AT yahoo DOT com

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  108. I'd bake the names of all my enemies into cake and consume them as revenge. Delicious, delicious revenge.

    zang74-at-gmail-dot-com

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  109. For my twins' birthday coming up I'd bake their names in cake and put "Happy Birthday" ice cubes in the punch cups. (I had no idea you could freeze AND bake in this stuff, how cool!)
    Kris Hickey
    sendmyspamto@hotmail.com

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  110. I would spell out one of my granddaughters wname in jello for atreat when the come to visit with us.

    dr_dave7
    dr_dave7@hotmail.com

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  111. I'd start by making chocolate letters. This way you can spell something special for loved ones. I'm thinking Happy Birthday / Happy Anniversary, whichever come first.

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  112. i would spell my neice's name in raspberry jello, thanks for the giveaway!

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  113. I would make ice cubes and spell "Im Melting"

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  114. These ice trays are too cute! I would spell out "kidney" in brownies to celebrate my kidney transplant! kidney96(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  115. I would make the all of the letters out of flan and let my girls eat their names first

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  116. How cool! I'd probably use it to spell people's names and ages for birthdays, I'd find a ton of uses I'm sure!

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  117. My kids love to spell things, so they would have fun spelling all sorts of things, especially my daughter's name.

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  118. id spell JOSIE in jello for my one year old. thank you

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  119. I would spell out supercalifragilisticexpialadocious for my daughter who loves the Sound of Music. I would bake 2 pans of chocolate brownies and connect them and use red and white icing in the ice trays. She would be thrilled. geri.durantatgmail.com

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  120. I would spell out 'always and forever' in ice cream.

    Sue

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  121. I would freeze ice cream in it and have my friends and their children over to have monogramed ice cream!

    Thanks!
    emmarleed[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  122. I'd spell my mom's name in chocolate brownies, and then top with her favorite color pink icing. I'd also spell Happy Birthday since her big day is coming up soon

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  123. Hello, This is definitely a fun contest! September is the birthday month for our family! I would spell out the various names on each birthday. The first would be my oldest son, Spencer! Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  124. I would spell my daughter's name, Nova, because we'll never find her name on things so we always have to do it ourselves!

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  125. I love these, and I love your Jello idea! My mom made different shaped jellos for snack time when I was in elementary school and I was always a huge hit when I had them.

    I suppose first I'd spell my son's name. Or maybe I'd just spell "Little Man" so I could take a picture of it for the blog!

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  126. I would use Jell-O and spell out my two son's names!

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  127. I would spell out Woo Hoo in chocolate and eat them on my couch in a quiet house on the kids first day of school!!

    Heather
    zwei_baby@yahoo.com

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  128. Rice Krispie Treats for sure -- and maybe I'd most likely spell our daughter's name.

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  129. My daughter, Audra would have her name spelled out in frozen juice of some sort. She loves to eat ice cubes (highly supervised of course) and she would love this.

    legacyofbrutalitysa{AT}gmail.com

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  130. I would spell Hubby I love you in red jello

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  131. These are neat! I would first use them to spell out two of my children's names in cupcake mix for their upcoming birthday parties.
    -Terra
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  132. I would spell out both of my boys' names, then let them gobble them up!! Then I would 'write' a little note to my hubby that it's time to start trying for a girl!! ;) HEHE! These are great and I'd love to win them!! Thanks for the chance!

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  133. my daughter would love this. and plus we are in the proses of teaching her the alphabet. this would be a great fun way of learning!

    Jendi27@gmail.com

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  134. i would make jello with it and spell out LOVE because that's all you need.

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  135. I'd do a couple things-first spell out Happy Birthday Deja on her birthday cake in jello and if we have punch that day do the same thing but with ice cubes floating in the punch!

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  136. I would probably use it as an ice tray and make the ice cubes with koolaid. Alphabet or number popsicles anyone?

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  137. I would spell out Merry Christmas in green and red jello when I have all the grandkids for Christmas. This would be so much fun. Thank you so much!

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  138. I'm going to be unoriginal and say our names. Also with the numbers I think it would be a great way to tech little ones their phone number and address.

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  139. I would first spell out I love You for my husband or kids, as a surprise for dessert!

    kenzkween at hotmail dot com

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  140. I would Spell out Word of the week (homeschool) and have him read it. Made out of Jello with color of the week. Eating and learning at the same time. How fun!

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  141. sorry, contact for above comment is khong0707@yahoo.com

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  142. I would spell out the whole alphabet for my son who is learning his letters and maybe try making brownies out of it so that he will find them more interesting to eat! Thanks for the opportunity. These molds look great! uke9000 AT gmail DOT com

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  143. I would make the jello letters and spell out my little grandson's name and surprise him with it.

    Thank you!

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  144. I would spell a love note to my hubby :)

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  145. a love note to my wife out of jello

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  146. I would spell Jacob, my son's name, in Hawaiian Punch! He would love that!

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  147. An anniversary note to my hubby, and then my son's name for his upcoming birthday.

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  148. I would spell my son noahs name in jello for his bitrhday cake!

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  149. The graphic designer/lover of typography in me ADORES this product.

    I think your idea of making crayons with them is awesome. I'd make ABC crayons for my girls.

    I also love the idea of making muffins with the letters of my daughters' names, Rowan and Sage. What a fun breakfast that would be!

    P.S. I "discovered" the Sillycone site with StumbleUpon.

    smalltownbeatnik at gmail

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  150. I think I would use them as decorators chocolate letters for birthday cakes :) Wouldn't they look so cute and professional on a cake? I would spell out Happy Birthday Mia (my daughter) because she's got the next birthday coming up :)

    (The butter example is hilarious, but wow that's a lot of butter on that pancake)

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  151. my kids would want to spell there horse and ponies names out

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  152. I would to make pumkin bread in them spelling out different Halloween words.
    Halloween, witches, etc. Placing on a cake

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  153. Brownies and would spell out RYAN

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  154. My kids would love to have their names in Jell-o too cute

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  155. I would spell out HELP! since I have 3 boys under 3. Just kidding...I would spell out my little guys' names in butter for pancakes or ice for sippy cups. What a cute idea!
    darbiesmommie[at]gmail[dot]com

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  156. These are really cute! We would put everyone's names in jello first!

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  157. I think I would put melted chocolate in them and then freeze them and spell out my daughters name on a cake!

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  158. I'd make up some orange juice and pink lemonade and pour that into the molds, and I'd spell out my daughter's name.
    belinda_streak(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  159. I would spell out Happy Birthday.

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  160. I would spell my babys name on her first birthday, and make good use of for holidays
    thanks for the chance

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  161. I would do jello and let the boys spell their name

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  162. Ok, I have to be honest.I would spell "MOVE OUT", to let a certain someone know that they have overstayed their welcome:-)- right on their pancakes that they complain about

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  163. I would write "HOOAH" since I am an Army wife.

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  164. Neat trays. I would spell out my kids names

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  165. Frozen koolaid, I would write "nunu", my pet name for him!

    lovelyluckymegs@yahoo.com

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  166. We have a neighborhood Halloween party for the adults coming up this year, so I'd start making up some "BOO!" brownies

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  167. We would definately spell our names first!

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  168. My daughter loves Jello so I would make her name out of Jello.

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  169. Man...I would spell the name of my kids...this is a great idea...thanks for the contest.

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  170. Since I have two little boys, I would definitely spell their names out first. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  171. I would spell my kids names made out of jello. Thanks!!

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  172. I would spell out Summer Fun and I'd fill the molds with about 3 different kinds of ice cream. I'm so excited about the possibilities with using the molds!
    doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
    Elizabeth

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  173. I'd definitely spell my son's name, either in jello or ice cubes.

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  174. I'd make recycled crayons out of my kids' names!

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  175. I would spell my children's names in brownies!

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  176. I have 4 kids and I can't pick one of their names to spell first (there would be a fight about it), I would spell our dog's name first, and her name is Faith because the was the only puppy that survived out of her litter. Then I would spell "thanks" because this is such a cute prize.

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  177. I would spell family and give it to my kids for desert! I would make it out of cookie ice cream doe :)

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  178. This is such a nice prize... different too. I'd spell out all my grandkids name in jello probably or maybe make ice cubes and serve it in thier juice as a surprise. thanks for the chance at it.

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  179. These are great! I would spell out my family's names using jello. Great for birthdays or any holiday. Also make frozen juice with them.

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  180. I would surely spell out the word "WINNER". Haha. I love 'em, though!

    Thanks!

    melissajackson07@gmail.com

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  181. Oh I am the class mommy at my sons school and I would just use all the letters to let the kids spell out whatthey want to! But I am sure that I would spell out my kids names for birthday parties! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  182. I would use them to spell out the names of the kids in my family with either cake or jello for them to enjoy.

    Thanks!

    carissaad at aol dot com

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  183. i would spell my son andrew's name in jello

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  184. I'd spell out Love & Peace for my son

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  185. I'd spell out It's a Girl. My hubby and I are having our first baby in a matter of a few weeks.

    sparkofutterance@hotmail.com

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  186. Happy Birthay Me!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  187. I would spell Kaiya for my granddaughter with soap and send it to her.
    cherylfrancisco@hotmail.com

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  188. I am hosting a girls night soon, So I would love to make jello shots, and I would spell the names of my guests.
    tera.slawson@yahoo.com

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  189. I would spell out my daughter's name in brownies or white chocolate.
    I wonder if you can put meatloaf in and make tiny meat letters.
    That would thrill my picky eater.
    Thank you for the contest.
    -Allie
    tonylethal@aol.com

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  190. I would spell out my daughter's name, nice idea

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