These fruit stir sticks take no time to assemble and are a perfect way to cool down your champagne as we get ready to toast the new year.
Simply place various berries, or cut fruits in wooden skewers, freeze and insert into your glass when ready to use.
I also made these fun beaded stir sticks which add a little sparkle and glam to your bar cart. Aren’t they cute?
These are just wooden beads which I spray painted and threaded through a wooden skewer.
How fun are those polka dots?
Here are some cocktail recipes you might also want to save for next time.
Cranberry Pomegranate Cocktail or Mocktail
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What a great idea! I really like cranberries and this looks so delicious!
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Perfect! I love Frozen fruit but I never had the idea of using them as cocktail stirrest! Perfect!
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