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diy new year party cocktails

The new year shines with all kinds of parties, we have fun and celebrate the coming year! If you are going to host one you definitely have to think about the menu and drinks and today I am here to help. I’m sharing a range of DIY New Year’s cocktails that are easy to make and will delight your guests. Of course, most of them are based on champagne, so you can spice up an ordinary New Year’s drink and turn it into a fantastic drink.

This Christmas pear champagne cocktail is simple, different and luxurious! The perfect cocktail for the holidays or to ring in the new year. Poire Williams is added to champagne or sparkling wine to create this delicious drink.

Cranberry Orange Mimosa – this simple 3-ingredient cocktail recipe is perfect for a brunch or even as a bellini at a cocktail party!

Pomegranate champagne cocktail is just what you need for the holidays! Some pomegranate juice and champagne and we were ready to roll. The base of the drink can be made in advance. In fact, it takes 2 hours in the refrigerator for the flavors to melt together.

Just because margaritas are usually served in summer doesn’t mean they have to be neglected in winter. In fact, this cranberry and pomegranate version is just as good, if not better, than the summery lemon and lime version.

Sour Henry Cocktail Recipe is a delicious drink with rum, amaretto and cola with a sour touch. It is definitely a new favorite to serve at our parties!

This is a super easy and super tasty fizzy cocktail! Because sometimes you just want something that is a little bit of fun and you want it now. All it takes is three ingredients, a few minutes and you could have a pomegranate prosecco cocktail!

Cheers! Get yourself in the holiday mood with these festive, lean pomegranate martinis. At just 107 calories per pop, indulge yourself with no guilt. Perfect for holiday parties or winter get-togethers.

Tart, citric and sparkling, this Prosecco Christmas cocktail made from orange and pomegranate is the perfect sipper for all your festive gatherings!

Whether you stay to watch the ball fall, go to a glamorous party, or celebrate with friends, these drinks will add a festive touch to you. You can find two different champagne cocktails here, choose the one you like and go ahead!

This raspberry champagne rum is a delicious and simple cocktail that will delight your guests. Their simple ingredients are blushing champagne, ginger ale, light rum, frozen raspberries, and optional sprigs of mint to garnish. When you throw it all together, you have a pitcher big enough to serve multiple guests.

Entertain your guests with this beautiful cranberry mojito. It’s pretty, festive, sour, sweet, refreshing and tasty. It is ideal not only for Christmas or New Years but for the whole time of festive parties.

It’s basically a bourbon cocktail made with maple syrup mixed with star anise, ginger, and some optional Douglas fir sprigs, as well as lemon juice. You can just add maple syrup when you hit the time. The ginger and star anise give it a wonderfully nice taste, but they are not absolutely necessary. Delicious yes, but not a deal breaker if you don’t feel like an extra trip to the store.

A garland is the easiest way to decorate your space for any occasion, and things like that are easy to do yourself. Today I want to share some simple and cute garlands for Valentine's Day to come. All of them are so simple that you don't need a tutorial to create them. Let's start.

Paper garlands

Paper is the easiest material to work with: you can cut out various hearts, donuts and other things and make a bold garland out of them. You can fold some hearts or red or pink paper, 3D paper hearts are an easy idea to make, and you can secure them on a thread with a ribbon. There are lots of different ideas to try out in different cute Valentine's Day colors.

Fabric garlands

When you're ready to sew, sew some cute hearts on the fabric you like: colorful flowers, burlap, metallic faux leather, or felt. Make hearts - as many as you want and decorate them with bows and buttons out of the fabric you like. You can also use letters or large colorful pompoms for hearts. To avoid sewing, take some burlap and paint some hearts on it. Then attach it to a thread. Enjoy!

About Warwick

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

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