When the weather outside is frightful, put that weather in a glass and make a Snow Globe Cocktail! This is an easy, fun, and super cute way to serve drinks at a holiday party!

Step 1: Supplies

To make your own snow globe cocktails, here's what you need:

  • round bottomed glasses (straight sided tumblers work too)
  • 3 sprigs of fresh rosemary sprigs per drink
  • yogurt covered raisins
  • toothpicks
  • dried rosemary
  • squeezable icing
  • exacto & pairing knives
  • scissors
  • metal spoon
  • pouring vessel
  • white sugar for 'snow' garnish
<p>this is very creative</p>
Bellissimi un'idea fantastica
<p>OMG, this is the cutest thing ever!</p>
<p>Thanks! :)</p>
<p>This is so charming and clever, and it's going to be fun to do!</p><p>I think I'll try using melted white chocolate to anchor the snowman and trees, and after it hardens add water and freeze. Hopefully that will keep the scene in place.</p>
<p>That would totally work! I would suggest using white chocolate so it doesn't show up through the ice as much. </p>
<p>I had a lot of trouble getting the trees and snowmen to stick in the bottom, so I filled the bottom with crushed ice, which acted kind of like sticking it in sand, and then froze it with a little water. Awesome idea and results - thank you!!!!!!!!!</p>
<p>They look so great!! The round bottom glasses are tricky and you're solution was perfect!</p>
<p>bello!!!<br>tanti tanti auguri</p>
<p>very creative!</p>
<p>going to try this , cute</p>
<p>That is neato!! What fun! </p>
<p>To avoid the problem with the ice floating to the top of the glass, simply use a glass with a waist. There are a lot of beer glasses with a suitable shape.</p>
Thank you! :)
<p>That is adorable, I want to do this with all my drinks now!</p>
<p>This is a winner, you've got my vote. Thank you so much for sharing. </p>
<p>Just lovely! &lt;3 </p>
<p>Too cute!</p>
<p>SUPREME!!! Thanks a lot, and congrats!</p>
<p>Really neat idea. How about some clear Liquours and lemon and lime soda? How does the flavor of the Rosemary effect the taste of the beverage? I have it growing in my yard and it's a pretty strong herb. I will have to experiment with this one. I voted for you.</p>
<p>I am not a fan of gin, but I would think the robust flavor of the rosemary could go well with the juniper flavor of the gin. </p>
<p>It's translucent, but it might just work&darr;</p><p>http://drinks.seriouseats.com/2014/02/valentines-cocktail-roses-in-the-snow-gin-fizz-rosewater-drink.html</p>
<p>This looks fun, but couldn't you just stick more raisins to the bottoms of the trees instead of the tape/string finangling? Giving them a wider base would probably keep them in the ice longer - I don't drink cocktails very fast myself. </p><p>I like the frozen water at the bottom of the glass - that's very different and a good way to get a cold drink without dealing with floating cubes.</p><p>Do you drink it with a straw, or are the trees big enough that you don't risk drinking one by accident?</p>
<p>This is super duper adorable! I will definitely make these when we have our housewarming party &lt;3 Thank you for taking the time to make these!</p>
<p>This is one of the coolest things I have ever seen!!</p>
I want to give this a try but drop some dessicated coconut in there. No, not a very wintery flavour but might look a bit snowy ...? I don't know. We don't get snow where I live.
That is brilliant!
<p>This turned out pretty rad. </p>
<p>Eeeeeee! They turned out perfectly. :D</p>
<p>That is the funnest cocktail ever!</p>

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