How fun is this!? A hot chocolate "station" for the month of December. If I had room in my kitchen somewhere to make this happen I would be all over it! Especially if I had those fun numbered mugs.
This picture is a little grainy, but I'm so in love with this display! I know. Predictable me and my love for white pitchers and vases. But don't the green wreaths and the single ornaments look beautiful mixed in with the decor!? They say Christmas without screaming Christmas. Fun inspiration for my hutch this year.
Isnt' this little guy cute!? And so easy to make. I love holiday treats like this that are easy and require NO baking.
My mom makes something similar to this with cinnamon sticks every December and her house always smells so heavenly. I can't wait to make this! So maybe I won't wait. That's it - I'm making this tomorrow. Probably right as you are reading this post I'll be in my kitchen making my Holiday Potpourri mix. Can't you just smell it!?
This is the most creative elf on the shelf idea I've ever seen. She painted her kids' noses red while they were sleeping and then left this note. How fun is that!? My girls would love it. Our elf is going to get pretty creative this year! (If you don't know about the elf on the shelf, you can read about him here and see some fun places he likes to hide in our house.)
This is such a simple and inexpensive way to create a Christmas centerpiece. Everything you need can be found at the grocery store! Well. Most of it anyway.
I'm so in love with the next three images. They are all simple and creative ideas for a window display.
I especially appreciate the simplicity and how these are all things the kids can help with. My girls love to help decorate for the holidays.
More white pitcher love! Last one. I promise. This image got me thinking about all sorts of things you could put in them and on them to decorate for this time of year.
This is a fun free printable. Wouldn't it look cute blown up in a thick black or white frame?
An easy mantel display anyone can pull off. Love the ornaments in the white vases. (They're vases, not pitchers so I didn't break my promise.)
Another creative winter treat idea. Ellie's birthday is in January and these would be so fun to make for her class. And by "make" I mean buy the sugar cookies and just decorate them cute. :)
Or I could go with something simple like this. Aren't these snowmen adorable!?
Love this fun and simple place setting for Christmas Eve dinner. Then the kids can eat them for dessert!
And isn't this a beautiful decor idea for the front outside steps!? Just cranberries, candles, and salt. SO pretty.
I just love this cute and simple December snack idea. Probably because we eat a lot of pretzels, cheese, and sugar snap peas around here. Well. I eat a lot of sugar snap peas. Remember what my girls do with them!?
Have a Happy
Christmas Thursday everyone!