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Summer is *almost*here. The kids are down to single digits in their countdown. Which means that summer celebrations are right around the corner as well. End of the school year parties, Father’s Day, the Fourth of July, or a just because party. I’m pretty partial to those. I’m also happy to drink a Coke with a friend anytime.
With some of those summer celebrations in mind I made some easy printable tags that you can add to a bottle of Coke. Perhaps even one with your name on it.
There’s one for a favorite teacher, one for Dad, and one for a friend. Just cut them out and hang it on your favorite bottle of Coke, Diet Coke, or Coke Zero.
Want a simple way to keep tabs (no pun intended) on your drink can? Add a fun tag to it as well! Just slip the tag around the tab of your drink. That will keep it attached to your can, and help you grab the right one if you put it down.
If you’re the one throwing the party, you could write something fun for your guests on one side of their name tag and leave them room to write their name on the other side.
I grabbed a 12-pack of Coke and some Share A Coke 20 oz bottles at Brookshire’s. I was excited to find some names of family members to share Coke’s with them.
While at Brookshire’s I also picked up some ice cream, whipped, topping, and maraschino cherries to make Coke floats. I went with vanilla bean for a more traditional float. But then I also picked up a carton of Cherries and Cream to make a Cherry Coke float. I started with cherry ice cream and Coke Zero, then I added whipped topping and two maraschino cherries. Yum! Keep an eye on Brookshire’s Facebook page for a chances to win yourpoints, offers, fun and conversation.
Who are you celebrating with this summer?