Cheers to Valentine's Day!

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Introduction: Cheers to Valentine's Day!

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No matter what your relationship status, nothing goes better with Valentine’s Day than a drink. That’s right. Nothing. We created a set of paper drink tags — and some recipes — for you to make your beverages extra sweet.

Step 1: What You'll Need

A color printer
Paper drink tags
Paper straws
Scissors
Clear tape or glue

Step 2: Step One

Print out your sheet of tags and cut out the hearts and tabs (with the dotted lines) you want to use.

Step 3: Step Two

Take a straw and center it at the back of your first paper heart. Place the tab over the straw and tape or glue into place. Repeat.

Step 4: Step Three

Choose one of the recipes below and make your drinks. Toast to each other, to yourself, or just to love.

Cream Soda Float

2 cups pink cream soda (or strawberry-flavored soda)
1 cup vanilla ice cream
Whipped cream (optional)
Maraschino cherry (optional)

Divide soda into two large mason jars. Add 1/2 cup of ice cream to each. Top with whipped cream and a cherry if you like, then add your Valentine straws.

Step 5:

Pomegranate Cocktail

3 oz. gin
1 oz. elderflower liqueur
1 cup pomegranate soda
6 raspberries

Divide ingredients into two small mason jars or highball glasses. Mix together gin, liqueur, and soda. Add three raspberries to each glass and add your Valentine straws.

Step 6:

Prosecco & Rock Candy

Rosé prosecco
2 pieces rock candy

Fill champagne glasses with prosecco. Fit your paper Valentines at the top of each rock candy stick and add to the glasses.

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