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Monday, August 25, 2008

How to spell F-U-N


I'd seen silicone bakeware sets before and always wanted to get some, only because they felt and looked cool. I never got around to it though, which is a good thing because these letter and number trays by Sillycone are just what I was waiting for. These are nonstick molds made from high-gloss FDA approved silicone. The best part about them is that they are not only oven safe for all your baked goodies, but you can also pop them in the freezer to make "cool" looking ice! Not to mention all the fun you could have with jello...this is definitely more than an ice tray, more than a pan. The letter come as a three piece set and the numbers are a single tray, making it possible to create just about anything. Here's a look at some of the things you can do with these trays:



So versatile! I absolutely love the primary colors, and how the trays themselves promote learning and creativity. It's going to be so much fun deciding what to make in them next. I'm thinking shortbread cookies would be delicious...so would lemonade ice. With endless possibilities, how can you go wrong? To purchase a set, go here. Be on the lookout also for the Symbol trays, coming soon.

WANT TO WIN? One winner will receive a set of letter and number trays. To enter, leave a comment on this post prior to Monday, September 1st at Midnight. Tell me what you would most enjoy making with these trays.Please include your email address. Winner must provide a U.S. mailing address.

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112 comments :

  1. OH these are so neat! I love silicone trays, but I'm ashamed to say that I don't own any. I would love to make corn bread letters/numbers and I could use them for Evie's upcoming bday! So excitiing! Thanks for the f-u-n contest. ^^

    imadork8220 at gmail dot com

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  2. How fun! These are so cute. I have letter & number cookie cutters that I use quite a bit but this would definitely open up the options! :)
    jhurdsman at cox dot net

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  3. LOVE IT!!! We have star and heart shaped ones from IKEA that Sage loves! He'll definitely get a kick out of these.

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  4. Cute idea. I would probably make some fun jello with these and help Julia with her spelling. :)

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  5. I bought a great tray at IKEA that makes heart-shaped ice cubes. I love adding a little extra to make something mundane seem special. I think since Alli is constantly running around saying "You can't catch me, I'm the gingerbread girl!" I would be inclined to used something like the featured trays to make some gingerbrad cake letters for the munchkin.

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  6. Oops! Forgot this was a contest and to include an address. byumiriamjoy@yahoo.com

    Your contests sure are popular! 175 comments on the shoe post! Wheh! That's awesome!

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  7. I would do muffin mix in them for the kids. It would be a fun treat to have their names waiting for them at the breakfast table.

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  8. cookies such a great idea you have

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  9. A birthday name would be fun instaed of a big ole cake.

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  10. I would love to surprise my kids by spelling out their names different ways (jello, flavored ice pops..etc.)

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  11. Would make very cute cookies or jello for the kids. Would love to spell there names out for them to make them feel special. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    samsakara@twcny.rr.com

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  12. Oh, I would love these with a first grader and a three year old at home. I have a set of silicone trays with a Valentine theme and I use them every year.

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  13. A birthday name!How fun.

    angelina115@hotmail.com

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  14. I think I'd like to make gingerbread cookies and use them to decorate an extra large gingerbread house village. Good luck to all.

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  15. The possibilities are endless! Birthdays come to mind, but you could also do special 1st day of school cakes, holiday jello, names-on-ice...cool!

    littlebittypenguin at gmail dot com

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  16. My son loves letters. I think it would be really cool to bake a cake with his name on it, or make jello letters. Thanks for the contest. Charlotte
    charlottewinters@cox.net

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  17. These are very cool! I think I would make some gelatin based dessert, maybe a stiff mousse or something... yum!
    thanks!
    chefskate at aol.com

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  18. Gracie and I would make jello with these. Thanks for the chance.

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  19. now this would be fun to win then i could make not olny ice but other things to with them and well just have fun with my little one thanks

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  20. I would love to make jell-o for my grandkids.

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  21. I'd really like to make brownies but would probably start by trying rice crispy treats.

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  22. I would make Popsicles! oh and little cakes would be cool too...gosh all the possibilities! anglesmr@gmail.com

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  23. ice cubes and cookies- not at the same time

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  24. would love to make cool, low sugar treats to teach my son letters and numbers.
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  25. A birthday party is coming up soon, and so I would love to use these to make it more festive!

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  26. my kids would love Jello with these things they could spell out there name.

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  27. Jell-o Jigglers all the way! www.kccpets.com click contact

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  28. Jello shots for adult parties! And of course, different flavor ices for the kids!

    delilahhhhh@msn.com

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  29. I'd love frozen apple juice letters and jello letters- such a fun idea!

    oreo89 [at] gmail [dot] com

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  30. So many ideas jello, ice pops, fozen lemonade thank you Icetwofire[at]aol[dot]com

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  31. These are neat! I would use them to make candies and spell out names on birthday cakes. I'd also use them to spell out names with jello.
    -Terra
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  32. Rice Krispies treats for school. Enough so all the kids in Caleb's class could spell their names.That would be... 27 boxes of rice krispies and a half ton of marshmallow...

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  33. So cute an smart idea , I would love it...

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  34. So cute an smart idea , I would love it...

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  35. Colored ice cubes so they could spell out their names.

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  36. I'm teaching my son the alphabet now so I could use it while cooking most any foods. For his jello, pudding. I can make little pancakes! My eight year old can help with it as well

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  37. I'd make ice cubes for fun drinks!

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  38. jello and some Indian sweets

    herry123_us@live.com

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  39. I would love to make jello numbers and letters for my 3 year old. He would get such a kick out of it!

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  40. This would be really great for when I have my entire family over for Christmas. I would spell out Merry Christmas with cherry and lime jell-o
    thank you for the chance!

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  41. These are so fantastic. I would use them to decorate the cake with frozen icing in the Birthdays childs name. Thank you!
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

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  42. I would make Halloween spooky words out of brownies like BOO and PUMPKIN and decorate them!

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  43. I would probably do some Jello letters to spell their names, but there are some fantastic ideas posted here that I would try. Love the Rice Krispies idea.

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  44. I'm thinking frozen yogurt pops, frozen pudding pops, or even soaps for my son to play with in the tub! One things certain they look like fun!

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  45. This would be so fun to make edible letters with my grandkids!

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  46. I'd love to use these for my son's birthday party!
    kristilb19@yahoo.com

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  47. Jello letters of my son's name and then decorate his birthday cake.

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  48. this is great! the kids would love this!

    sweetangl5632@aol.com

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  49. I would use these in my preschool classroom for many things

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  50. I would totally make ice with them. I love unexpected, fun things, and I think that offering someone a cold drink and having them discover letters in it would be just about the best thing ever.

    brookage at gmail dot com

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  51. My grandkids and I could have great fun with these! Muffins would be a fun and easy thing to make. We could also experiment with other ideas: maybe ice cubes one night, jello another night, etc
    These would definately get a lot of use.

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  52. We can spell things with Jello jigglers!

    jfg06001[at]yahoo.com

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  53. This is a great teaching tool - makes learning fun !! ABC

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  54. The grandkids and I would be making jello in their names ;)

    ladyblue1112000[at]yahoo.com

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  55. What would I make with these: cookies, muffins, jell-o, ice cubes, brownies, mini cakes. Gosh the possibilities are for endless fun with the grandkids. Please enter me

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  56. These are adorable and would be a great help in helping my little boy learn his ABC's and numbers. We would have to make little blueberry muffins in them. He would love it. Thanks for the great giveaway! ecghick@yahoo.com

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  57. Ohh so cool, I really want these so I can make tasty,cute, and educational jello!
    mitanari@yahoo.com

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  58. We would do the jello letters and numbers- it would be a blast for my boys!

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  59. As a kindergarden teacher, these would be great

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  60. Ice cubes, jello, you name it I would make it! These are so fun

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  61. Please enter me, I would make jello plates for all the kids at my daughter's birthday party.
    jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  62. I would definitely use these while making a baby shower cake for a friend. thanks, ecfreitas579@hotmail.com

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  63. would use to make jello letters for b-day parties

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  64. Ooh. May I enter even if I'm in South Africa? :)

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  65. I'd love to spell out little cakes in the letters of my kids' schools for school spirit. They'd get a kick out of that.
    doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
    Elizabeth

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  66. We would love to have this for our family.

    egreca (at) hotmail {dot} com

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  67. I would use them for Jello-thats what the kids would like

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  68. A birthday name! How fun.
    Thank you.

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  69. These would be so neat to use to teach my Little One the alphabet and numbers. How fun!

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  70. I would love to use them and make jello names for the kids. How much fun!

    sparkofutterance@hotmail.com

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  71. jello names would be the coolest no doubt

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  72. I love the silicone bakeware! My daughter is 3 learning her letters and numbers - I would put jello in them. Thanks!

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  73. I'd love to make Jello Jigglers. My daughter would love spelling her name. My son wouldn't care and would just want to eat them. He's only 1 :)

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  74. Jello jigglers would be our first choice, but I'm sure we wouldn't stop there!

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  75. Jello would be the first choice, but I think fruit juice ice cubes to put in drinks would be great too.

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  76. silicone trays are so easy to wash and these are perfect for my preschooler

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  77. I have a preschooler learning her alphabet! I'd make cake, uniced, letters for her to have as snacks. I'd also try jello deserts to teach letters and numbers. Of course cookies would be fun, ice cube alphabet learning, GOSH . . . what FUN and EDUCATIONAL TOO!
    lizzauski@hotmail.com

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  78. These are too cool. My kids and I would make ice ,jello,etc. Thanks for a cool giveaway.
    erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

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  79. Your contests sure are popular!

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  80. I would make fruit juice ice cubes. These sure are cute!

    tinasly2008[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  81. I would like to make fun Jello letters & numbers for my kids.

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  82. These would come in handy for my kids' parties. Cool!

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  83. Mimi said:
    I would fill them with sand to help my special needs son learn his letters and numbers. These children learn by touch and feel faster than any other means.

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  84. I would enjoy making ice cubes for party punch with these they are so cool. Thanks

    stephaniegrant@live.com

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  85. I would love to make ice cubes or jello letters to help the kids learn the alphabet-how fun!

    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  86. I would make cookies, jello and ice cubes. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  87. Jello letters.

    hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  88. Muffins !!!!!

    luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

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  89. Finger jello to help with spelling words!

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  90. jell-o cuss words (or just funny words) would be fun, hahaha, i'm so immature, what do you expect.

    hahaha, poo!

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  91. I would make jello letters for the kids. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  92. I would probably make some fun jello with these. I hope you have had a safe and happy holiday weekend!
    Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!

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  93. I would like to make my kid's names

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  94. I would make my name out of frozen juice letters!

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