Wow! This worked great and I was really enjoying the process of making my miniature snow cones with my Ice Bird toy maker. The process does involve making the block prior to starting and I made sure to have two for the video and two back up blocks. The blocks with the sugar did not taste like they were sweet, but they sure did feel softer when shaving them. That is a pretty good tip for making and harvesting ice.

I hope you enjoyed the different flavors! It was a shock finding them all on clearance at Target for $2.08 per bottle. I thought the flavors were really good and enjoyed the Lemon Lime and Cotton Candy the best. The little bird worked pretty good and I think this would be a fun toy for kids today, but sadly I think having the exposed blades would not work in todays world.

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LPS-Dave
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