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This comes form .  A cool idea to add a little decor to that holiday buffet and to add some color to your holiday table.

This icey bottle cooler as seen on my Holiday Bar Design, is a stylish way to present vodka or white wine on the bar while keeping it cold at the same time. It’s a simple project but you need to give yourself a couple of days to freeze the layers. This works well for vodka because it can go in the freezer without turning solid, and is best served very cold anyway. Here’s how it works…

What you’ll need: A 3-liter empty soda container that you will cut the top off ofdistilled water for more clarity in your end resultfruit such as lemons, limes, star fruit, or cranberriesduct tape – only in case your bottle floats up in the water Place the bottle of vodka inside the 3-liter container and fill with an inch or two of the distilled water – freeze until solid. When the base is frozen you can begin adding slice fruit or berries around the bottle a…


This coool recipe comes from .  Make this smooth, cool dessert just for yourself and not anyone else!  Just kidding!.....NO I'M NOT!!

   I have professed my love of the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte many times. I love all things about autumn, and I wait all summer for the first cool day when I need to wear a jacket. So, when the first pumpkin spice lattes grace the menu at my local Starbucks, I’m there.
   As much as I love my occasional drink from Starbucks, I try to keep them exactly that… Occasional. I think that both my wallet and my wasteline thank me. The drinks are so rich that having one is like having dessert… And, I also don’t think it’s a good idea to have a $4-5 cup of coffee on a regular basis.
   So, you can imagine how thrilled I was when Tracey told me she had a great recipe for Pumpkin Spice Lattes over at Sugarcrafter. I’ve been meaning to make it for a while, but haven’t actually gotten around to it. Here’s the thing… As much as I …


This is brought to you from one of my favorites, .  She always has something creative for almost any holiday.  This one is a take on the one that she did at Halloween time.  This one is a little bit of a twist on that one.  Again, a get diy gift for that someone special!

   I made a similar one for Halloween and knew I'd have to make one for Christmas because they're so whimsical and easy!

Here is what you'll need:
SUPPLIES:- Box/Vase/Cart to use as Centerpiece Base
-Floral Foam (Found at the Dollar Store)
-Paper Shred(Found at the Dollar Store)
-Foam Brush
-Scrapbook Paper
-Hot Glue

1. Begin by picking out your Centerpiece box. I just bought one for a buck at my local grocery store and painted it red. I also cut some vinyl dots and added them to the box, just because I am OBSESSED with polka dots! 

2. Put two strips together and fold back and forth until you are all the way through. Then, hot glue the two ends together as …