There’s no wrong way to sip a margarita am I right? I’m sharing 9 of the best Margarita recipes for you to try! From the classic, to sweet, and spicy and even a beer margarita! Scroll down to see all of my favorite Margarita recipes.
Whether you’re celebrating Cinco de Mayo, kicking back in the warm weather or just rewarding yourself for making it through the day, these 9 Best Margarita Recipes are sure to tickle your fancy!
9 Best Margarita Recipes
This is my spin on the classic and it’s perfect for your summer parties!
- 1 lime popsicle
- club soda
- 1 shot of tequila (I prefer Casa Amigos)
1.) Start by slicing a wedge of lime, running along the edge of your glass and then dip the rim of the glass in salt (or sugar if you prefer).
2.) Fill the glass with ice.
3.) Add to the glass club soda and tequila and wedge of lime.
4.) Unwrap the popsicle and stir into the glass.
These are so simple! Make a bunch and serve poolside to cool off or serve with some fresh guac and tortilla chips!
The coolness of the watermelon balances out the heat from the jalapeno.
Cool and refreshing with a little bit of sweetness from the elderflower.
This recipe makes a whole pitcher! And the taste blood oranges can be enjoyed in spring, summer and the cooler months too! This makes a great fall or holiday margarita!
This is a sweet way to beat the summer heat when peaches are in season!
I don’t think I have ever seen a more beautiful margarita! Nor have I ever tried a prickly pear margarita, making this a bucket list item this summer!
This is perfect to bring as a hostess gift to summer parties or get togethers!
This one has Cinco De Mayo written all over it!
Linking some margarita must haves below!
Cocktail Shaker and Bartender Kit
Lime and Salt Rimmer
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These DIY homemade tea bags make the perfect thoughtful, personalized gift idea for Mother’s Day or birthdays. Scroll down to see how I made them. This post contains affiliate links.
I have always appreciated receiving handmade gifts, to me they are more meaningful. Our mom loves tea and growing up we used to do always have tea parties. This year we surprised her and threw our Mother’s Day celebration a few weeks early with a Mother Daughter Tea and these DIY homemade tea bags. She loved them and they looked really cute on the table too!
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You will need:
- Coffee filters
- Loose leaf tea
- Cardstock or printed photos
1.) I started by printing out some of my favorite photos that I wanted to use for the tea bags and cutting them into small squares for the tags. If you’re not going to use pictures, you could also do cardstock and write little personalized messages on them.
2.) Take a coffee filter and scoop 1 1/2 teaspoon of loose leaf tea into the center of the coffee filter.
3.) Bring the edges of the coffee filter up to make it into like a blossom and pinch the center to close it off.
4.) Take a piece of twine and wrap around the part of the coffee filter that you have pinched off and tie closed leaving enough of the twine coming off the tea bag for steeping.
5.) Using a stapler, staple your picture or cardstock to the end of the twine.
We chose to have them all set out on the table. I think they would also be cute made into a basket with a tea canister, a tea cup, some biscotti and maybe some macaroons.
Linking some of the items from our tea party below
Tiered cupcake stand
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Mother’s Day is only a few weeks away. Here is my Mother’s Day Gift Guide with gifts for your mom, sister, friend or other important mother figures in your life. Scroll down to see all of my Mother’s Day Gift Ideas and click the links to shop.
Mother’s Day Gift Guide
Sticker Books – If she likes art or likes to color, these are very calming.
Breakfast in Bed Tray – so she can relax on the weekends.
Custom embroidered sweatshirt– this is a really nice gift idea for grandma too!
Bamboozle composter – for the mom who is environmentally friendly. This composter looks aesthetically pleasing.
Aerogarden Indoor Hydroponic Garden – Now mom can grown her own herbs indoors all year round so she is never without basil our fresh mint for her mojitos.
Shower steamers – these smell amazing and will melt away all of mom’s stress. They come in other fragrances too!
Mother’s Day Basket – This is great if you live far away or won’t have time to put a gift together. Send mom a little basket already wrapped in a bow.
Foot Spa – She’s on her feet all the time, so let her pamper herself with this at home foot spa.
Bracelet – from Little Words Co and you can personalize however you wish.
Pretty pajamas – These pajamas are so pretty and they look wicked comfortable too!
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Earth Day is approaching and it’s always a time when I like to do a few fun activities with the kids and teach them about ways to be more sustainable and protect our environment. I’m sharing a few ways below on how to celebrate Earth Day if you’re looking for ideas so read on.
Here are some of my favorite ways to Celebrate Earth Day
1.) Plant a garden – It doesn’t have to be anything huge, you can plant a few seeds in egg cartons if you want. Or if you are looking to start a garden, check out my post with some of my tips. It’s a great way to teach the kids sustainability and they love helping out.
2.) Make Earth Day Seed Bombs – These are sooo easy to make and are super cute too! Make your own little seed bombs to plant and watch them grow beautiful wildflowers. Click here to see how to make them!
3.) Eat more plants – Incorporating more of a plant based diet into your lifestyle is not only better for your health but it’s good for the environment too as it uses less resources and ultimately leads to less greenhouse gas emissions. There are tons of resources available to educate yourself and I’m absolutely not saying to go completely vegan, everything in moderation! But even if everyone just made an attempt to try to eat more plant-based once or twice a week, say “Meatless Mondays”, it would make an impact!
Sharing some resources below
You can also click here to read this post I wrote with Plant Based Meal Ideas!
4.) Pick up trash – go for a walk around the neighborhood or on a hike and pick up any trash that you see while enjoying some fresh air.
5.) Start recycling – if you don’t already, start recycling in your home. Think of ways that you can also re-use things and get creative. Check out this DIY mud kitchen we made from an old dresser we found on the side of the road! The kids have loved playing with it and we gave it new life.
Here are some books I found for kids for Earth Day! Click the photos below.
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