Adding Food Coloring to Acrylic Water

I have 4, 4oz liqueur glasses; I do not plan drinking from them. They will always will be decor. I went and bought an acrylic water kit and some little acrylic things that look like ice. My question is would it be OK to add a little food coloring so it looks as if there was a cocktail made in them?

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By Juanita from Stockton, CA

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January 25, 20100 found this helpful

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