Thursday, November 19, 2015

Cookie Garland & Hot Chocolate Station

With the kids home from school yesterday (due to a wind storm and power outage), it seemed like a good day to put together a hot chocolate station for the holiday season.

I "contained" the station in a vintage crate so that it 
couldn't take over our whole counter.

I made a gingerbread star cookie garland using baker's twine. 
You can use home baked cookies OR...

You can use these gingerbread ornaments from IKEA! 
I chose to use only the stars and had plenty of volunteers to eat their "hearts" out. :)

These little glass jars with chalkboard label and twine were found at Michael's.
 (Just $1.50 a piece!)

Little by little, we're getting ready for the Christmas season!

So glad you stopped in today. Hope your day is going well...


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  1. What a cheery hot chocolate station! Great ideas here. And great deals!!! So much fun ahead!

  2. Soooo darling Julie! I love it! I'm doing something similar ! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

    1. Thank you Cindy! I hope you'll send me some pictures of your holiday decorating at your farm! :)


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