Three words - Cake Batter Martinis!!
The craft this week was yarn letters which looked so easy on Pinterest but once again in practice turned out to be a lot harder to complete (I am sure the martinis didn't help us out at all).
I don't want it to sound like ours were awful, just not as crisp as we thought they would be.
Here was our inspiration for the cocktail.
This cocktail by far had the most alcohol in it, so the downside is that for a larger party it can get kinda pricey.
Cake Batter Martini:
makes a single serving, is easily multiplied
1 ounce amaretto
1 ounce Pinnacle whipped cream vodka (so good and I am not a fan of vodka)
1 ounce creme de cacao
1 ounce white chocolate liqueur
1 ounce whole milk or cream
assorted sprinkles (nonpareils work best)
I used some the milk to add the sprinkles on the rim.
I am sure cream would have been even better but we also had cheeseburger dip and cupcake fondue to indulge in. Isn't this a pretty drink?
This crafter went off the reservation and used mod podge to cover the letters in scrapbook paper. They turned out super cute!
I used the larger cardboard letters from Joann Fabrics and some stash yarn. For a 12-inch letter I used about half a skein of Red Heart. You just start wrapping the letters in the same pattern you would write them in. You have to hold the yarn tight to keep a nice crisp look.
Here are our "finished" letters. Please note the time on the clock 11:25 p.m.! This was a long but really entertaining craft night.