I never realised why this cocktail was called a Slow Comfortable Screw until I saw the ingredients when I was designing this set. 'Slow' because of the Sloe gin, 'Comfortable' because of the Southern Comfort and 'Screw' because vodka and orange is a Screwdriver. We're nothing if not educational!
For this one print:-
The Slow Comfortable Screw motif sheet onto quality white card
The Cocktail miniatures for metallic card sheet onto the back of silver metallic card
The landscape 7" x 5" cocktail stripes panels onto quality white paper
To make the card, cut out one of the background panels and stick it with double-sided tape to a white 7" x 5" card blank, trimming the panel/card if necessary.
Cut out one of the picture motifs from the top of the sheet together with one of the ingredients/instructions. Mount both motifs onto larger pieces of silver metallic card with double-sided tape then trim round with a craft knife and ruler to leave a small border.
Cut out one of the tall straight glasses from the metallic card sheet and three of the orange slices and orange 'drink' from the bottom of the motif sheet. Stick the orange drink piece to the metallic card glass with double-sided tape.
The straw here is part of a real thin straw, stuck to the back of the glass with double-sided tape (flatten down the straw a little, or use sticky pads that are as thick as the straw). If you don't have any straws, just cut a long thin straw-shape from a piece of coloured card.
Arrange the motifs, drink and oranges on the card and when you're happy with the arrangement, stick into place with sticky pads.
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