Michelle Ramos

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This Frozen Fruit Sangria is a simple formula that makes it EASY to make a whole pitcher of sangria for a party. You'll use this OVER AND OVER!

You could do this with ginger ale, too. This Frozen Fruit Sangria is a simple formula that makes it EASY to make a whole pitcher of sangria for a party. You'll use this OVER AND OVER!

Oh. My. God... Frozen Sangria.

Talenti Frozen Sangria Yields servings INGREDIENTS 2 pints Talenti Sorbetto (Blood Orange and Roman Raspberry) lime, juiced bottle of cabernet sauvignon or other dry red wine cup mixed berries (optional)

Frozen Cantaloupe White Wine Sangria | CaliGirlCooking.com

A refreshing frozen sangria composed of frozen cantaloupe, white wine and gin. The perfect refreshing cocktail for the last of the warm-weather days!

Frozen Sangria Slushies! Omg never again will I spend hours marinating fruit in wine. Just plop it in the blender and whiz! This is life changing.

Blend and serve cold: 8 ounces red wine 2 ounces brandy 2 ounces triple sec orange liqueur 3 cups frozen fruit a pinch of ground cinnamon

Tropical Frozen Sangria | Lemon Tree Dwelling

Deliciously sweet frozen sangria with strawberries, pineapple, and a hint of citrus.but for me, it feels like time for some sangria!

Pina Colada Sangria Ingredients 2 750 ml bottles of Moscato 20 oz can of crushed pineapple, juice and pineapple 1 1/2 cups coconut rum Instructions: Combine all the ingredients in a large pitcher . Refrigerate overnight, and serve chilled.

Pina Colada Sangria Ingredients: 2 750 Ml Bottles Moscato 1 20 Oz Can Crushed Pineapple 1 Cups Coconut Rum Instructions: Combine all the ingredients in a large pitcher, and refrigerate overnight.

Strawberry Peach Wine Slushies are made with just a few ingredients and a blender. Mix them up for a night with the girls or a summer day by the pool! via @sugarandsoulco

Strawberry Peach Wine Slushies are made with just a few ingredients - try Our Dog Blue® Riesling blend! - and a blender. Mix them up for a night with the girls or a summer day by the pool!

I’ll be honest with you guys: I had no idea that decorated graduation caps were such a big thing. I know, don’t I sound like your typical mom trying to be cool by pointing out Internet trends you’ve known about for months? Cute! Anyway, back in my day (cue crickety old man voice), we all just wore our grad caps as they were. Sure, some super creative people added a cool extra tassel or their initials or something, but no one was full on painting their caps.

Design your graduation cap in this stunning clock style with a circle of beadings and sequins. Add foam board characters and numbers for garnishment.

Hotter by One Degree: Glittering Graduation Cap. Create this stunning graduation cap with gold glittering cap board and black glittering letters. Decorate it with red satin bow tied diploma.