{Make & Munch} Refresh Bannered Straws & Rosemary Water

I know you’re thinking. Where had that {Make & Munch} series gone? I was bursting at the seams with ideas and even began designing printables. Then life and work got a hold of me, so I was never able to shoot any pictures or make the fun recipes I had been so eagerly creating.

Well, I’m back today with a really simple idea. It’s a great way to stay hydrated especially with the warmer seasons on its way (or so I hope!) and the craft is perfect for any get together. We had it with homemade pizza (recipe to come) one night and it was delish!

 Refresh Bannered Straws

Supplies:

  • Template
  • Colored or patterned paper
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch
  • Straws

 Directions:

  1. Print the template onto desired colored or patterned paper.
  2. Cut along the solid gray lines.
  3. Punch holes at the marked X’s.
  4. Weave banner onto straws through the punched holes.
  5. Stick into your favorite drink or display them in a cup alongside cool drinks for your guests to enjoy.

Note: I printed the gray template on yellow paper inspired by my Daydream In Gray & Yellow post.

 Click to download printable tutorial & templates!

 Rosemary Water

 Ingredients:

  • Rosemary, as much as you like for drink & garnish
  • Water, tap or soda water
  • Ice

Directions:

  1. Muddle rosemary on ice.
  2. Pour water over ice.
  3. To serve, fill a cup with ice and strain water into cup.
  4. Garnish with rosemary spring or lemon wedge and a refresh bannered straw.
  5. Flavor variations: try with your favorite herbs like mint, lemon balm, chocolate mint, lavender, basil, cucumber, or even with a squeeze of lemon or lime.

 Click to download printable recipe card & craft templates!

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Do you have weekend plans? Will you try making this rosemary water?

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