DIY Ice Bottle Cooler

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This icy bottle cooler as seen on my Holiday Bar Design, is a stylish way to present vodka or white wine on the bar while keeping it cold at the same time.  It’s a simple project but you need to give yourself a couple of days to freeze the layers.  This works well for vodka because it […]

Cookie Cocktails {Guest Blogger}

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Hello Celebrations at Home readers! This is Carrie from Half Baked – The Cake Blog and I cannot tell you how excited I am to be guest blogging for Chris today. Celebrations at Home is one of my daily reads, so I am just thrilled to be here! In case you’re not familiar, Half Baked […]

Christmas Cocktail {Jolly Old Elf}

Champagne Cocktail

The perfect signature cocktail to make you jolly!  This is what I recommend with the Cocktails & Cheers party.  Garnish with frozen cranberries to keep it cold and make it pretty. Jolly Old Elf In a fluted glass add: 1/2 oz Amaretto liqueur 2 oz Cranberry juice Fill to top of glass with brut champagne […]

Autumn Cocktails

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  Enjoy the flavors of Fall in these cocktails I blended together.  Like most martinis, they pack a punch so take it slow.  The slightly sweet-sour blend goes down rather smoothly. Caramel Appletini 1 oz Vodka 1 oz Sour Apple Pucker 1/2 oz ButterShots 3 oz Apple Cider Shake up ingredients with ice and strain […]

Dressing Up Your Drinks

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  What is the one thing everyone has in their hand at any given party?  A drink of course!  Whether serving iced tea, juice, wine, or a cocktail, these are some great ideas for dressing up your glass. Stylish Stemware – wrap your glasses in a unique way using colored rubber bands, or thin ribbon.  […]

Creative Drink Bottles {DIY}

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I couldn’t resist sharing this unique little project I found on My Creative Cafe.  You can dress up small plastic bottles of juice, gatorade, or even water, for birthday parties or favors. Simply layer scrapbooking paper (or felt or fabric) flowers, and glue on to the top of the drink.  Embellish with buttons, a tag, and ribbon.  Ta […]

I’ll Drink To That! {Glass Stenciling}

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After learning about stamping your party plates with food coloring gel, you can imagine my jubilation when I found this equally fabulous party project, for your glasses! This genius idea comes from A Subtle Revelry, and was done for a Roast & Toast Housewarming party. She simply used stencils, corn syrup, and cinnamon to ‘etch’ […]