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diy christmas cocktails

There is still a month to Christmas and some of you have already started preparing and thinking about Christmas decorations and other details. Today’s round-up is just what you need for Christmas parties and vacation periods because we’re sharing the tastiest Christmas-inspired cocktails!

Who would have thought that a drink with spikes, milk, and egg yolks would be such a popular vacation drink year after year? It really stood the test of time against the mulled wines, ciders, and hot chocolates that buzzed around the Christmas parties. Here is a recipe of almond bourbon eggnog that you will definitely love.

This simple cider sangria only needs 3 ingredients to start the party. Add your favorite trimmings for a festive autumn cocktail; Perfect for vacation or sipping on the fire. Serve in a pitcher, punch bowl, or beverage dispenser if you have a large quantity.

This pomegranate champagne cocktail is easy to prepare and is great not only for Christmas, but also for Thanksgiving and any kind of family celebration. The spicy tickling of the pomegranate and citrus combination and the bubbly fizzing champagne make the party perfect!

Cranberry Mimosa Cocktail is a great idea for Christmas. If you garnish these mimosas with a sprig of rosemary and fresh cranberries, your guests will feel so special. It only takes a few extra minutes, so why not ?!

This warm-up cocktail is an interpretation of a normal Moscow mule with plain ginger syrup and soda instead of ginger beer. The perfect starter for your Thanksgiving dinner or something to have throughout the vacation.

There’s something so charming about a Moscow mule, I mean who wouldn’t want to enjoy a drink in a copper mug? For this Christmassy version of a Moscow mule, the author used ginger beer with tangled lime mixed with cranberry juice.

This Cranberry Irish Mule is a winter version of the Classic Moscow Mule! Irish whiskey, cranberry juice and ginger beer make this cocktail an ideal holiday cocktail.

Peppermint Mocha Martini is one of the best ideas for Christmas! Aromas of creamy chocolate and peppermint from the peppermint mocha milk jug from International Delight make this cocktail a breeze.

Sparkling Cranberry Sangria is a simple, slightly sweet cocktail! Filled with fresh fruit, red wine, brandy, juice and cinnamon – topped with club soda for shine. This is the perfect fall and winter drink!

The Tropicana Tangerine Lemonade is absolutely delicious on its own and full of light citrus aromas. The cranberry splash gives the drink its beautiful color and an additional layer of flavor.

Gin, lime juice or liquor and soda. Simple, clean and yet a killer cocktail in the taste department. Really perfect for a happy hour or a cocktail before dinner arrives at the table.

This flavored, sparkly cranberry punch with star anise and cinnamon will make you live any Christmas party this season!

These amazingly refreshing cranberry margaritas have the perfect balance between sweet and sour flavors. The simplest and most beautiful Christmas cocktail on this side of the North Pole!

This cherrytini is the perfect fruity martini! It tastes like an adult version of cherry drop candy. Packed with cherry flavor and a great alcoholic punch.

The Kentucky Candied Orange Cocktail features bourbon and vanilla cinnamon Bailey’s Irish Cream to create the most delicious creamy cocktail you can try for Christmas.

This picture bar makes it easy to vary your favorite motifs as often as you want. The piece is available in different colors to match your home decor. Ribba bars can have many different functions, although showing photos and decorations is the most important. Simply attach moldings to the wall you want and attach whatever you want. This idea is perfect for kids rooms where they can keep their books or toys.

The same idea applies to storing storage spaces. Cut your moldings to your liking, attach them to the kitchen wall, and choose the space containers that are sized to fit the moldings. Voila!

Using Ribba molding in closets is a brilliant idea! There will be a place for all of your little things. Cut 12 small squares of mounting tape to install the BYGEL rods in the front under the RIBBA picture strips. Center the bars on the shelf and glue them in place. Then drill pilot holes with a 3/32 "bit for the # 8 x 1/2" wood screws. Assemble all the bars on the shelves. Open the clip rings and break the clips off, leaving only the rings. With pliers, you can easily close the S-hook around the ring so that the rings do not fall off when removing a scarf. Attach the shelves to the wall and have fun hanging your scarves through the rings.

Another cool way to use IKEA Ribba moldings is to turn them into a planter. It's ridiculously easy to install. Just find your bolts, drill 2 screws, add some moss and arrange your air plants on top.

Do you have a bike and no space to store it? Attach it to your wall with IKEA Ribba strips! Attach two RIBBA picture strips to the wall. To hold the bike in place, just use a nylon rope with a snap hook on one end so you can easily attach it to the eye. It works for every type of bike. The smaller the handlebar, the less space you need.

Christmas brings more reasons to use IKEA Ribba moldings! Make a super original wall-mounted Christmas tree out of ledges, display all of your decorations associated with this holiday and add a garland! After your vacation, you can still use this tree shape to store various things.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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