1. Make your drinks sparkle. asubtlerevelry / Via asubtlerevelry.com Don't worry, it's edible glitter. Find out how to make it here. 2. Freeze some melon balls for a colorful twist. laylita / Via laylita.com Add some sparkling water and watch them dance. Find it here. 3. Infuse ice cubes with some mint. 17apart / Via 17apart.com Perfect for mojitos. Find out more here. 4. Make it a ~fancy~ occasion with edible flower ice cubes. E is for Eat / Via tablespoon.com Find out more here. 5. Never have watery iced coffee again. CATHERINE / Via rabbitfoodformybunnyteeth.com A GENUIS hack. Find out more here. 6. Take that water up a notch. MOM. WIFE. BUSY LIFE. / Via momwifebusylife.com Make your water more refreshing by adding strawberries and lemons to the mix. Find out more here. 7. Make some milkshakes to take on-the-go. Dreyers / Via dreyers.com Find out more here. 8. Make a DIY flavored Coke bar. eazypeazymealz / Via eazypeazymealz.com Cherry or vanilla, your choice. Find out more here. 9. Sweeten up your iced tea with honey infused ice cubes. sugarandcharm / Via sugarandcharm.com Add as many as you would like. Find out how to make them here. 10. Bottomless mimosas anyone? Jackie / Via domesticfits.com Make "Bleeding Mimosas" with these champagne and blood orange ice cubes. Find out more here. 11. Freeze some 4th of July themed ice cubes. foodfamilyfinds / Via foodfamilyfinds.com Find out how to make them here. 12. Add some extra flair with frozen coconut water. KATHY / Via kblog.lunchboxbunch.com Blend these up with a smoothie for a flavor punch. Find out more here. 13. Take your iced tea to the next level with frozen lemons. passionforsavings / Via passionforsavings.com Find out more here. 14. Make glow-in-the-dark ice. six in the suburbs / Via bloglovin.com All you need is a black light and some tonic water. Find out more here.