Cocktail stirrers are both functional and decorative. Dress up your party cocktails with these glam gold Pop! Fizz! Clink! DIY drink stirrers (with a free printable).
Sometimes all you need to make a get-together special is some good-looking drinks. Champagne based cocktails are one of my favorites for this purpose.
While champagne drinks are pretty all on their own, drink stirrers are an easy way to dress them up a bit.
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How To Make DIY Drink Stirrers
1. Make the Circles
The first step is to make the Pop, Fizz, Clink paper circles.
You can either print them on your printer and then cut them out with scissors.
Or use a Cricut to draw and cut the pattern. To do this, you’ll need to install the following 2 fonts on your computer (they’re free), open the zip file and then double-click on the True Type File to install:
In case you missed it, you can get the printable and Cricut design pattern above.
Find 2 matching circles and line them up so the words are straight across.
Turn them both over keeping the letters straight across.
Spread glue on the backs of both of the circles using the glue stick. You could also use regular white glue or a glue gun, but the glue stick is the easiest to use without making a mess.
Stick the end of the stir stick to one of the circles. Make sure that the letters are straight on the back.
Turn the other circle over and stick it on the front of the stir stick.
Repeat with all of the circles until you have as many stir sticks as you need.
The Finished DIY Drink Stirrers
How pretty are these cocktails with the Pop, Fizz, Clink DIY drink stirrers?
I have also used them on toothpicks to dress up champagne jello shots.
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This post was originally published on December 29, 2018 but was updated with new content on July 13, 2022.