Merry Mixer Labels + Recipes

It’s old news that I love crafting and creating,  so you can guess that when the holidays roll around, it’s serious business around here. Lots of ideas. Lots of trips to Michael’s and my favorite local fabric stores.

Anyway, this year I’ve teamed up with my favorite gals Meg and Jen from hi, friend to bring you one heck of a DIY this month. Behold the most fabulous cocktail mixers…and they are for you to download and share with your friends!

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Apricot Ginger Fizz

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Cranberry Cocktail

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Pomegranate Cosmo

It’s over-the-top easy.  We are gifting you the recipes and adorable labels to download and print right at home. There is a mixer for each of hi, friend’s girls: Apricot Ginger Fizz for Lila, Pomegranate Cosmo for Liv, and Cranberry Cocktail for Bree. Our Merry Mixer downloads are festive, free and just in time for the grueling series of holiday parties we know you’ve got on your calendar. Each download includes recipe instructions, tips and chic front and back labels that double as a gift tag. Click, download, print and mix! Below is an example of one the downloadable labels…DIY-CocktailLabelsMy personal favorite mixer? They are ALL simply delicious (yes, we took it upon ourselves to taste-test each and every recipe – tough job) but I’d have to go with the Apricot Ginger Fizz.

And you don’t have to take our word for it – Mrs. Limestone gives her stamp of approval of these Merry Mixers over at her blog here.  Blushing….big-time.

Hop on over to hi,friend’s website to download our goodies and cheers to many wonderful hostess gifts.  Bottom’s up and Happy Holidays from Restored Style!

PSSST…you can pick up the glass bottles at Ikea for only $1.99 each (click here for details and The Container Store, Storables and a number of other retailers have them too!) and the full page Office Depot labels for printing your mixer tags can be found here.

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4 thoughts on “Merry Mixer Labels + Recipes

  1. Molly Said:

    Where did you get the great bottles? i saw your very cute idea on Brooklyn limestone, and would love to do that for gifts for Cmas. Thanks for your help.

    -Molly

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    1. kirsten Said:

      Ikea! And they are only $1.99 each! I am going to put this in my post right now, as it’s very important:)! Good question and thanks so much for stopping by Restored Style!

      Reply
  2. Molly Said:

    Thanks Kristen! i LOVVVEEE ikea and need to make a trip there soon! So excited to make these, and taste test myself.

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  3. Ashley Said:

    Ok, I love all of your DIYs, but these are truly my favorite. Such a fun gift idea! Thanks for posting.

    Reply

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