DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers & A French 75 - sugar and cloth

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers & A French 75

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

recipe and tutorial from Molly of Almost Makes Perfect

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New Years Eve is right around the corner, and while it’s super easy to drink Champagne straight all night — if you’re hosting a party or staying in, change it up and make some French 75s! They’re quick to make and delicious. My boyfriend and I made a huge batch as punch for our party last year and had to make at least 5 more batches – it was very high demand!

Now if you’re celebrating this year, here is a very easy and festive drink topper for you to get in the spirit!

DIY gold fringe drink toppers

Materials:

  • • Hexagon wood flourishes (you can buy them here)
  • • Gold metallic tissue paper
  • • Fringe scissors
  • • Skewers
  • • Craft glue
  • • Heavy duty glue

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

Glue your skewers onto your hexagons using heavy duty glue and let dry for about 30 minutes.

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

Once dry, using your fringe scissors, make strips that are long enough to cover the width of the hexagon.

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIYDIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

Using the craft glue, glue one piece of fringe to the very bottom of your hexagon and work your way up.

Layer on about 4 – 6 pieces of fringe. Turn the wood over and carefully trim around the edges of the hexagon. Repeat on the backside.

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

French 75s (adapted from New York Times, Yields: 1 drink)

  • • 1 ounce gin
  • • 1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice
  • • 1/2 ounce simple syrup
  • • 2 ounces Champagne
  • • Lemon twist

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

To make simple syrup, warm 1 cup sugar in 1 cup water in a saucepan over low heat until dissolved. Cool to room temperature before using. (There will be extra syrup; refrigerate if not using immediately.)

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, shake gin, lemon juice and syrup. Strain into glass and top with Champagne. Garnish with lemon twist and your festive drink topper!

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

recipe and tutorial from Molly of Almost Makes Perfect

molly madfis

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers & A French 75 - sugar and cloth

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers & A French 75

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

recipe and tutorial from Molly of Almost Makes Perfect

MY LATEST VIDEOS

New Years Eve is right around the corner, and while it’s super easy to drink Champagne straight all night — if you’re hosting a party or staying in, change it up and make some French 75s! They’re quick to make and delicious. My boyfriend and I made a huge batch as punch for our party last year and had to make at least 5 more batches – it was very high demand!

Now if you’re celebrating this year, here is a very easy and festive drink topper for you to get in the spirit!

DIY gold fringe drink toppers

Materials:

  • • Hexagon wood flourishes (you can buy them here)
  • • Gold metallic tissue paper
  • • Fringe scissors
  • • Skewers
  • • Craft glue
  • • Heavy duty glue

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

Glue your skewers onto your hexagons using heavy duty glue and let dry for about 30 minutes.

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

Once dry, using your fringe scissors, make strips that are long enough to cover the width of the hexagon.

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIYDIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

Using the craft glue, glue one piece of fringe to the very bottom of your hexagon and work your way up.

Layer on about 4 – 6 pieces of fringe. Turn the wood over and carefully trim around the edges of the hexagon. Repeat on the backside.

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

French 75s (adapted from New York Times, Yields: 1 drink)

  • • 1 ounce gin
  • • 1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice
  • • 1/2 ounce simple syrup
  • • 2 ounces Champagne
  • • Lemon twist

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

To make simple syrup, warm 1 cup sugar in 1 cup water in a saucepan over low heat until dissolved. Cool to room temperature before using. (There will be extra syrup; refrigerate if not using immediately.)

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, shake gin, lemon juice and syrup. Strain into glass and top with Champagne. Garnish with lemon twist and your festive drink topper!

DIY: Gold Fringe Drink Toppers - Sugar & Cloth - DIY

recipe and tutorial from Molly of Almost Makes Perfect

molly madfis

Comments

  • Ooh, I love French 75s! And I love the use of Napa Valley-based Mumm! Thank you for posting a recipe for this festive cocktail!

  • These are so fabulous! I love the little wooden hexagons, but I noticed there is no link to where to buy them…?

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