DIY Acrylic Signs & Rosé Party!



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Soooo, if I had to choose a favorite party to have with my girlfriends- it would be a rosé tasting party. And by tasting, I mean my girlfriends and I drink a lot of rosé wine and get a break from kids (love you kiddos...) and get to relax.  90+ Cellars & Lila Wines made the party possible- thank you so much!! The sparkling rosé (the bubbly) was my favorite (of course ;) All us gals loved the canned wine- perfect for the long Summer days at the pool or beach!



For the party, I made some cheeky wine quote acrylic signs.  They are so easy to make and require no handwriting skills- you just trace!

Cheers and enjoy!

DIY Materials:
Translucent Acrylic Signs (Fluorescent Pink & Pink Passionfruit)
Free Printables (these are the 2 phrases I chose, you can write whatever you like)
Chalk Marker (if planning to reuse signs) or paint marker if you want to make a permanent one



Place paper under the acrylic sheet and trace!  With chalk markers, press firmly down to get as much chalk as possible, it looks better with a paint pen, but I want to reuse the signs and used a chalk marker.













Decorating for a rosé party is so much fun for a pink and flower lover like me!  I made a balloon centerpiece with eucalyptus and flowers.


 The tablecloth was scattered with spray rose petals (spray roses are smaller and I wanted a smaller confetti look on the table)
  

And I included floral ice cubes- we all want our rosé chilled!


The Lot 132 Reserve Rosé has a gorgeous GLASS cork, I had never seen that!



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DIY Paint Splatter Dishes


Over Christmas, I made some paint splatter wrapping paper and I LOVED the splatted technique.  I knew I would use it again and again and when I needed some jewelry dishes, it was time to make it happen!


Materials:
Paint
Water
Paintbrush
Plain Dish



Mix a tablespoon of water or so into some paint.  Dip your brush in and lightly hit it while moving around the dish.


Let dry and you have a pretty new dish for all the things!


Special thanks to Nick for adding to my jewelry collection all the time :) Love ya babes!

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Blood Orange Screwdriver Cocktail Recipe


If you have been to the grocery store, Trader Joe's or Pinterest lately, you may have noticed that blood oranges are in season!!  Yummy!!  They are such a beautiful and fun colored citrus and seem to only be available a short time of the year.  The short season makes it even more special when you can finally pick them up and eat one- or make a couple drinks!


As usual, I keep my drinks pretty simple, I love citrus and herbs and some kind of alcohol.  I am not too picky, lol.

How to Make a Blood Orange Screwdriver

2 parts freshly squeezed blood orange juice
1 part Vodka
Muddled mint
Mint for garnish

Mix all ingredients and enjoy!



I love adding some kind of herb to pretty much any citrus drink.  We planted our herb garden about two weeks ago and I cannot wait for my fresh herbs to add to drinks and meals!




Cheers and enjoy!

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