Posts in the ‘Christmasholidays’ Category
Ugly sweater parties are my newest favorite theme for holiday parties. To be honest, I have not been invited to one yet, but I'm thrilled to be sharing this full set of free Ugly Sweater party printables.
Just ask your guests to dress in their ugliest Christmas sweaters, then use these free printables to decorate your party. We've even included award printables, so you can get your guests to vote on their favorite ugly sweaters at the party, then reward your guests at the end of the night with fun prizes.
Here's our fun holiday to serve during the holidays. Most people think of eggnog or peppermint as their Christmas flavors of choice, but when I think winter... I think citrus!
I love the sweet and tangy flavors citrus brings to a drink, and since I am a California girl (by way of New Jersey), I wanted to create a California cosmopolitan cocktail recipe that highlights the relaxed, casual, West Coast lifestyle and would brighten up any holiday party.
I know, it's not even Halloween yet, and Christmas still feels a long way away, but I wanted to let you know that I've teamed up with Mixbook to bring you the Mixbook and Catch My Party Holiday Party! The event will take place on Nov. 5th from 12pm - 2pm in their offices in Palo Alto, CA!
If you live in the Bay Area, please come and join in the holiday cheer!
Just four days until Christmas! If you need a quick cookie recipe that's a little bit of a changeup for the holidays, how about whipping up a batch of these red velvet sugar cookies with peppermint frosting!
These have all the flavors of the holidays mixed into one cookie. You get chewy sugar cookies, a hint of chocolate, and lots of peppermint. Delicious!
Candy cane lollipops are such a clever idea! These were inspired by the One Little Project blog.
They are the perfect holiday party favor or classroom treat, and they taste as good as they look too!
It's that delicious, sticky time of year when we start our holiday baking. It's a family tradition to bake cookies and wrap them up for our friends and neighbors for the holidays.
So this weekend, we decided to take our traditional chocolate crinkle cookie recipe and see what happened if we put a caramel in the middle of each one. Well, guess what? It worked! The cookies had a rich dark chocolate flavor, and the sweet creamy caramel added the perfect touch. It's like a little surprise inside. :)