Here’s a stylish way to chill wine. Nesting plastic containers act as a mold to create a bucket made of ice. Use two graduated plastic containers, placed one inside the other with at least a three-quarter inch space between. Fill the gap with poinsettia blooms and water. Weight the bottom of the inside container with garden stones and freeze for at least 24 hours. Remove the containers from the freezer and briefly run them under hot water. The containers should then easily slide away, leaving an ice bucket ready for use. Fill the inside with crushed ice and submerge a wine bottle up to its neck to chill. Enjoy!