We thought it would be fun to do a little DIY project based on yesterday’s Deco Glam inspiration board… a sugar-rimmed champagne cocktail and hand-stamped coasters made with linoleum block stamps on heavy weight paper (downloadable instructions below).

For the cocktail, top 1/2 ounce of St. Germain with champagne, then garnish with an orange twist. Add an extra special touch by dipping the rim of your glasses in lavender sugar.

If you’re not especially DIY inclined, dress up store-bought madeleines with a simple icing design – Donsuemor are my favorites.

A big thank you to Heidi from White Loft Studio for the beautiful photography!


Download Jess’s instructions for the DIY coasters right here.
See more Snippet & Ink DIY projects right here.

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  1. Jaclyn

    This looks so lovely! St. Germain and champagne was my special cocktail at my wedding, so I always have a little sweet spot for the drink. Love these photos.

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  2. Carl

    I love the detailing on the coasters. So often overlooked, I think this is a really nice touch.

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  3. Sarah @ Designsgood

    Beautiful. I love champagne cocktails!

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  4. GawgusThings

    OH wow! These sound fabulous!

    Emma xx

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  5. lola

    wow! I love the saucers!!!

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  6. Sarah Roads

    My absolute favorite cocktail! love the coasters and the lavender sugar. I just made some St Germain Chocolate Truffles you might like. xo http://www.highstyling.com/2012/02/st-germain-chocolate-truffle-recipe.html

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  7. Patrice

    Champagne and St. Germain are a delicious pair, but add a little touch of lavender sugar and I think I’d reach Nirvana. I’ve loved all things lavender since I was little, so this bubbly libation sounds absolutely perfect.

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  8. edubs

    oh, how we think alike, old friend. I bought some St germaine for a girls’ engagement party a few weeks ago and have been making French 75s since… gin, champagne, lemon, sugar, and st germain. make it pink and girly by adding a touch of sparkling grapefruit juice. did you see it?http://messofgreens.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-pink-75.html

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