For this project, I am beyond thrilled to be partnering with Makr to make this DIY Champagne Cocktail Kit! I fell in deep deep love with this app. For all of you who label jars, bins, boxes, gifts, and the occasional kiddo item, this app will be your dream come true too. You can make so many things- invitations, postcards, and other fun paper products for your business which is really cool. You can be your own graphic designer and customize the ready-made templates. The style of their app and products is RIGHT ON and it is super easy to use. You can find it here, for iPad only.
I really enjoy making cocktails on the weekends, when we open up our home to friends and the laughter that comes with them. Syrups and mixes and really important for quick cocktail making, especially for groups. I’m excited to have these fun labels instead of my sharpie labels or no label at all, which is how I usually roll! I get confused all the time about which flavors are in my fridge. Organizing and labels make my heart happy.
Won’t these kits also make the BEST gifts? You can have a stack of them ready and just grab and go to those wedding showers and parties! No stress involved and impressive packaging. I would be excited to receive this. Just sayin’.
Syrup recipes are coming soon!
Each champagne drink can be customized with a little pour of 1 syrup. So easy. No intense measuring while you’re trying to talk. These same labels in this project are available for YOU to use on the Makr app! Remember the app is FREE to download and you don’t have to pay anything to create! Check out my project and customize it for your style!
Download the Makr app here, These are the labels you will find there from this project (all are customizable):
“DIY Champagne Cocktail Kit” label for your box
“Champagne Cocktail” recipe card for making each drink.
“Ginger Spice Syrup” bottle label
“French 75 Mix” bottle label
“Blood Orange Blend” bottle label
“From San Diego, With Love” to/from tag for gifting
Special note for those of you who use external iPad keyboards: unplug it while using for full app use.
This post was kindly sponsored by Makr, but all opinions about this app, the choice to support them, and the project itself are my own.