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from PureWow

How to Make Red Wine Hot Chocolate

How to Make Red Wine Hot Chocolate YUM! Pinned by:

from Something Turquoise

The Original DIY Mason Jar Cocktail Gifts!

DIY // Mason Jar Cocktail Gift

from Creative Culinary | A Denver, Colorado Food and Cocktail Blog

The Firecracker - Watermelon, Lime and Cucumber Cocktail

Kick off cocktail hour the right way with a watermelon, lime and cucumber cooler filled with summery vibes. Click through for the recipe and more summer party cocktails.

from Laura's Crafty Life

Party Punch

Party Punch. Make this delicious recipe for party punch. With only three simple ingredients, it will disappear right before your eyes, it is so good!

from By Oily Design

How to use essential oils to create amazing fall scent recipes for your home

How to use Essential oils to create an amazing fall scent recipes for your home…

from Something Turquoise

The Original DIY Mason Jar Cocktail Gifts!

DIY // Cocktail Mason Jar Gifts - so freaking cute!! Perfect for bridesmaids and groomsmen or holiday gifts!

from The Magic Brush Inc | Jennifer Allwood | Decorative painter | DIY | Business coach

Tray Decor - 1 Tray, 4 Styles

4 Ways to style Decorative Trays by Jennifer Allwood of This table decor functions as a coffee station. Tray Decor is a fun way to decorate for fall and the holidays, style coffee tables and counters. Just put a cute tray under it and make it table decor!


Here Are 21 Food Hacks That'll Make You Run For The Kitchen. #8 Changes EVERYTHING... OMG.

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from Martha Stewart

Floral Ice Cubes

To suspend flowers in the cubes, work in layers: Fill an ice tray (one that makes large cubes so the ice will last longer) a quarter of the way with water, add flowers facing down, and freeze. Add more water to fill halfway, and freeze. Fill to the top, and freeze again. For ice that’s especially clear, use distilled water that has been boiled and then cooled. This limits impurities and air bubbles, which make ice cloudy. Use only edible flowers, such as orchids, snapdragons, etc.