DIY: Edible Shot Glasses

Okay okay, the Fourth of July weekend is over and you probably never want to see another drop of alcohol…at least not until next weekend of course…

This past weekend I spent my Saturday evening chilling around the fire with great friends, country music, food, and drinks before we headed to our fav grungy small town bar.  I spend my time thinking about my outfit to wear to the party.  I picked out the dress, the shoes, curled my newly cut hair, dashed on the mascara, slipped on the heels…and then drank my wine out of a red plastic solo cup.

It’s time to upgrade.

Refinery 29 shows us three cool ways we can make our shot glasses out of our favorite fruits and vegetables.

First, we’ve got these easy to make cucumber shot glasses.

Photographed by Claire Lower, Featured on Refinery 29

Photographed by Claire Lower, Featured on Refinery 29

Next we have kiwi glasses that would definitely add a fun flavor to the liquor of your choice.

Photographed

Photographed by Claire Lower, Featured on Refinery 29

These strawberry shot glasses would probably be a bit small (more like mini-shots) unless of course you get lucky and find a strawberry on steroids.

Photographed by Claire Lower, Featured on Refinery 29

Photographed by Claire Lower, Featured on Refinery 29

Love,

J. Molly

 

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Style Tips for your 4th of July Outfit

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If you want to wear a Fourth of July outfit with all three colors, red, white, and blue (without looking cheesy) let your accessories help!  Pick two colors to wear the clothing part of the outfit.  A white midi skirt will make you look summery, while a red top will help make your outfit bold.  Try matching your sunglasses to your top for an extra splash of boldness.  Depending on the weather or where you’ll be going, keep your shoes comfy and cute.

Use your accessories to add the final color into your look.  Here I have chosen a blue Tory Burch bag and blue earrings.

In total you have a look with two items of white (skirt and shoes), two items of red (top and sunglasses), and two items of blue (purse and earrings).

Now that you’ve got the perfect celebratory look…it’s time to celebrate!

Here’s hoping that your Fourth of July is filled with fireworks, friends, food, fun…and drinks!

Love,

J. Molly