Every well-stocked bar needs an ice bucket, but a Halloween bar needs a something a little spookier. I used supplies from the dollar store and mini lights to make an illuminated Halloween ice bucket that will light up the night.
The ice bucket itself is just a large mouth vase from Dollar Tree. I used my FloraCraft mini lights to illuminate the ice bucket to give it a spooky glow. These LED lights are submersible in water, so I didn’t have to worry about them reacting to any melting ice.
Speaking of ice, the Halloween bar couldn’t have ordinary ice cubes! I bought two of the silicone skull ice cube molds at Dollar Tree and used them to make the ice for my bar. It’s a simple and spooky detail that your guests are sure to appreciate.
Finally, I added another Halloween transfer label to the makeshift ice bucket. I think this label is pretty appropriate for a Halloween bar, don’t you? Come back tomorrow to see how I combined this ice bucket with my spooky labeled bottles the whole bar display reveal!
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