This black and gold sparkle party has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #WaterOnlyBetter #CollectiveBias
So, I got to planning a sparkle party full of libations for lightweights like myself.
Black and Gold Sparkle Party Food:
Black and Gold Sparkle Party Cocktails:
I started with 3 ounces of chardonnay and 3 ounces of pineapple juice.
Also making an appearance:
- Wine Spritzer:
- Equal parts any flavor spritzer and wine.
- Lemon Lime Spritzer:
- Equal parts raspberry seltzer, lemon lime seltzer, and wine.
- Raspberry Spritzer:
- Equal parts cranberry juice, raspberry seltzer, and wine.
Black and Gold Sparkle Party Favor:
And then I remembered how I hoard empty formula containers like they are gold. Like, they were spilling out of my craft room and down the stairs.
My name is Mallery and I’m a hoarder in the name of crafting.
The beauty of this quick tutorial is how it doesn’t need to be perfect. I gave the container a quick coat of black paint to conceal the colors, added a spritz of spray adhesive, and let the glitter rain down. For real, I dumped the glitter on one, filled up the container with the loose glitter, and repeated. And repeated. And repeated.
Not even my husband could’ve screwed this one up.
That is, until I realized how difficult it is to clean up glitter. The struggle of a sparkle party, guys.
Is totally worth it.
You will find 12-packs of Canada Dry Sparkling Seltzer Water in Mandarin Orange, Lemon Lime, Raspberry, Pomegranate Cherry, and Original with the water at Walmart. Please promise me one thing, though. Please be better than me and save 50¢ on ONE (1) 12-pack cans of any flavor* Canada Dry® Sparkling Seltzer Water. The $2 I didn’t save could have paid for another bottle of wine. How’s that for perspective?
If that wasn’t enough sparkle for you, check out more creative tutorials and inspiration here.