DIY COCKTAIL | Raspberry Lemonade Punch & Coasters


The Summer has been hot hot hot, and my favorite way to beat the heat is with a cocktail in hand, so I mixed up a little something to share. In my book, mason jars are a must during this season, and are the perfect thing to mix up some Raspberry Lemonade Punch. Add a straw and DIY coasters and you are ready for a rooftop picnic. Details on how to make both after the break! 

Raspberry Lemonade Ingredients (2 servings)

3 oz Raspberry Pomegranate SMIRNOFF SORBET Light
2 cups Lemonade
1 Lemon
To make cocktail:
Combine the Raspberry Pomegranate SMIRNOFF SORBET Light, Lemonade and raspberries in a mason jar
Put the top on an shake
Garnish with a lemon circle and straw.
Coaster supplies:
Spray Paint
Painters Tape
Vinyl Stickers
Square Glass tiles
Mod Podge
To make coasters:
Apply Vinyl stickers or painters tape to a glass tile, then spray paint the top of the tile
Remove sticker after 30 min
Apply a thin layer of Mod Podge to the top and let dry
This best part is that Raspberry Pomegranate SMIRNOFF SORBET Light is low calorie and super refreshing, so you won’t feel weighted down while sipping in your Summer dress.
PHOTOS BY | Lydia Hudgens 
This post was sponsored by Raspberry Pomegranate SMIRNOFF SORBET Light and Style Coalition 




  1. It looks delicious 😀

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  2. Kayla says:

    Looks great I’m gonna have to try this out soon 🙂


  3. Christine says:

    Looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it!

  4. Looks and sounds delicious, perfect for the tropical summer days we have here right now! xx

  5. Rachelle says:

    Love this, so cute and creative.


  6. STEL STYLE says:

    this DIY is really cool!! I love it!!


  7. Glitterati says:

    you made me thirsty 🙂

  8. Justine J says:

    WOW! It looks really tasty! And probably is, I’m gonna have to try it! I love the coasters! Great idea xx

    Justine | BRIGHTON DREAM

  9. Hillary says:

    Oh this just looks so yummy and perfect for summertime and coasters are such a fun way to freshen up your decor without doing too much!

  10. Irena Sahara says:

    Looks so cooling!! Perfect for parties <33

  11. Tina says:

    This cocktail looks like perfection in a glass…or mason jar. Speaking of which, aren’t mason jars just incredible? You can do just about anything with them. I actually made my own candles with mason jars this week, which I posted on my own blog! Thanks for sharing- this one is definitely pinned!

  12. Martyna says:

    Looks so delicious! xx

    Martyna | NEON MIZZLE

  13. Joyce T says:

    I love the idea of the coasters! Not to mention, the cocktail looks delicious 🙂

    A Splash Of Tan

  14. Anonymous says:

    What size are those mason jars? a pint or a quart?? thanks!!

  15. looks so delicious.. might run to the liquor store right now

  16. Looks sooooo good! Might make some for a summer party!


  17. Marie says:

    Clever idea to make your own coasters. They are significantly less expensive than the trendy stores in the malls have. Would be a really neat idea to do on a serving tray, glass cups, and plates as well – could have a whole set of the same design.

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