Jollity Birthday Cocktail

The Party Girl Champagne Cocktail

It’s no secret that our office supplies include “emergency vodka” and quite a few of our best ideas have been the result of a cocktail or two. So we couldn’t let our second birthday pass by without coming up with our very own signature drink! Be sure to test this out for your next girls night, creativity session, or just to celebrate making it through your day!

  • 1 oz of vodka
  • 1 tablespoon of simple syrup
  • 1 tablespoon of lavender syrup (we used hibiscus lavender)
  • 3 oz of champagne
  • Hibiscus flower to garnish

Pour vodka, add syrups and fill to the top with champagne.

Add hibiscus flower for garnish and enjoy. Cheers!

Making this cocktail? Show us how it turned out and tag us @jollityandco or with #partywithjollity!

DIY Christmas Tree Piñata


You will need:

  • cardstock paper in colors of your choice
  • tree template (Found Here)
  • fun fringe festooning
  • scissors
  • hot glue gun
  • treats to fill the piñata
  • tape

Step 1


Print and cut out your tree structure. Create lots of little shapes for ornaments, the let your heart run wild!

Step 2


Build your Christmas tree! Fold along dotted line and roll paper to create the cone shape. Use tape to hold your cone together for a flat surface for your festooning!

Step 3


Place a line of hot glue along the base of Christmas tree and press the end of your festooning into place. Tightly wrap your fringe up your tree. Use hot glue every inch or two to keep it secure, and hot glue the opposite end of the fringe at the top.

Step 4

Fill your Christmas tree with treats! Secure the bottom of the piñata in place by hot gluing the tabs onto outside of tree. Cover the tabs with small pieces of fringe!

Step 5


Decorate your tree by hot gluing on your ornaments!

Ta Da!



Trying out this DIY? Let us see how it turned out by tagging us @jollityandco or #partywithjollity!

Easy Cranberry Margaritas

Tis the season for family gatherings, which means it’s definitely the season for cocktails. If you need to muddle (see that cocktail pun?) your way through an upcoming holiday party, we’ve created a recipe for Easy Cranberry Margaritas that will help you get in the holiday spirit (another cocktail pun, bam).

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Easy Cranberry Margaritas

  • 1 oz of tequila
  • 3/4 oz of orange – flavored liqueur (we used Cointreau)
  • 2 squirts of lime juice
  • Cranberry juice to taste
  • Cranberries to garnish

Rim glass with salt or sugar and fill with ice. Pour liquors, add lime juice and fill to the top with cranberry juice.

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Add cranberries and lime for garnish. Enjoy!

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Add cranberries and lime for garnish. Enjoy!

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Making this cocktail? Show us how it turned out and tag us @jollityandco or with #partywithjollity!

Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour

Hosting for the holidays means finding ways to put spins on classic food and drinks to impress your guests. Looking for a holiday cocktail that isn’t the same old spiked apple cider? Our cinnamon maple whiskey sour (or two) should do the trick. Keep an eye out for another signature cocktail recipe to fill your bar on Wednesday!
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Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour

  • 1.5 oz or bourbon
  • 1 oz of fresh lemon juice
  • 2 – 4 teaspoons of maple syrup
  • Cinnamon stick
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice (about half to two thirds full). Pour in bourbon, lemon juice and maple syrup.
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Close shaker and shake until well blended.
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Fill cocktail glass with ice and strain the whiskey sour mixture over the ice.
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Garnish with a cinnamon stick, stir and serve.
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Marketing and Content Creator Position

Love party supplies? Have an eye for photos and composition? We are looking for someone to join the Jollity & Co team. The ideal candidate has a strong background in marketing coupled with a strong sense of style and aesthetic. We need someone who understands marketing online, has proven experience in social media, copywriting, great with people, is very organized, a self- starter and quick with emails. Responsibilities and work flow will include time in our retail store as well as dedicated office time. Weekend availability required. Graphic Design skills are a MAJOR plus! This is a full time job with benefits.

To apply please email: with resume and links to your social media and Pinterest accounts. Please put “Marketing” in the subject line. Please no phone calls about this position. 

Petal Skirt Halloween Costume DIY

Need an easy last minute Halloween costume that’s a floral phenomenon? This flower petal skirt is your jam.

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You will need:

  • paint in your choice of color (watercolor or acrylic)
  • paintbrush
  • sharpie or pen to draw a petal shape
  • scissors
  • cute string/twine
  • 24×18″ poster board (the amount will vary on how large you make your petals
  • hole puncher

Step 1


Sketch out the shape of a petal on the poster board and cut it out! Repeat with as many petals as necessary (we made a few extra petals so they would overlap when the skirt was put on).

Step 2

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Paint your petals! We used a mix of pinks, coral, and yellow. Watercolor paints make for a light, delicate look, while acrylic paints are a little more bold. We mixed a little water with our acrylic paints for a look right in between.

Step 3

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Hole punch (or give them a little stab with the scissors, depending on how dangerously you live) two small holes on the top of each petal, one on each of the furthest top outer corners. String the petals together with string of your choice. It doesn’t show very much once the petals are strung together, but we chose to use a pretty, metallic ribbon. Because why not more shine??



Trying out this DIY? Let us see how it turned out by tagging us @jollityandco or #partywithjollity!

Bloody Cute Placemats and Table Runner

Halloween is a great holiday for throwing spooky parties, but sometimes you want to be creepy and classy. Our blood-splattered placemats and blood drip table runner are the perfect way to accomplish this (and keep your table safe from messy monsters).

You’ll need:

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  • white poster board (two placemats will fit on one 24″ x 18″ sheet, so adjust according to how many placemats you need)
  • our placemat template (attached at the bottom!)
  • a pen
  • scissors
  • dark red paint
  • a paint brush
  • a roll of red paper (craft, wrapping, or otherwise)

Blood-Splattered Placemats

Step 1

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Print out our placemat template, and cut those bad boys out!

Step 2

Trace the template on the poster board, and cut your placemat out! The poster board gives your placemats much more structure, and a nice gloss finish. Cut out as many as you’ll need for your table!

Step 3

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This is the fun part! Splatter the heck out of these placemats with a deep, dark, red paint. We recommend doing this step on a Monday, or any day where you’re frustrated. It makes it much more gratifying. All done with the placemats!

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Blood Drip Table Runner

Step 1


For the blood table runner, take your red paper, and free-hand a drip design the length of your table, and cut it out.

Step 2

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If you need to piece the paper together to get it to the length of your table, just put a little piece of tape on the back! Now you have a perfect runner backdrop for your placemats.

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Let us know how you’re decorating for your Halloween bash, and tag us on social media @jollityandco or with #partywithjollity!