Lori from Lori's Place, baker of some of the most beautiful decorated sugar cookies, just sent me the most adorable box of holiday treats. Thank you, Lori! I'm trying to save them until tomorrow, but my five-year-old daughter has other plans. We'll see how much willpower I have. :)
Posts in the ‘Holidays’ Category
I love how sweet these poinsettia gift box favors look and how they can work as both a favor and place card at your Christmas dinner.
Rebekah from Twinkle and Twine, put together this easy tutorial, so thank you, Rebekah!
How adorable are these "Peppermint Candy" Christmas printables designed by Jennifer of MayDetail Printable Celebrations? Nothing like lollipops and Christmas to put a smile on your face. :)
The collection includes everything you'd need to throw a sweet Christmas celebration: party circles, cupcake wrappers, an 8x10 welcome sign, water bottle wrappers/napkin rings, candy bar wrappers, "Let's Be Merry" circle banner, tented cards, decorative patterned paper, decorative peppermint candy and bow, and decorative banners.
I'm really excited to be giving away this "Jingle All the Way" Christmas printables collection designed by Catherine at Serendipity Soiree. They've got a old-fashioned storybook feel that I just love.
The collections includes: invitations (2 styles and colors), a "Jingle" banner, thank you tags, blank gift tags, dessert labels, party circles, drink wrappers, and a letter to Santa in a variety of sizes and colors.
I'm so excited to be giving away the entire "little children" Christmas printable in Spanish. Thank you, Ana, of Love Party Printables for creating this "Feliz Navidad" collection.
This set includes everything you'll find in Ana's original collection: invitations, straw flags, cupcake toppers, napkin rings, a “Feliz Navidad” banner, water bottle labels, tented cards, favor tags, labels, mini cake bunting, gift tags, and kids' coloring sheets.
Whenever I get crafty, I feel like a kid! So yesterday, I had a great day making homemade ornaments for our tree using my handy HP Printer (go here for our current HP printer giveaway) and some free downloads from the HP Creative Studio.
Take a look at what I made... (For the downloads, click on the photos.)
I'm so into hot cocoa bars this year because they're warm, tasty, inexpensive, and best of all... unexpected. Stealing from the traditional ice cream bar idea, a hot cocoa bar is where you set out cups of hot cocoa (or a carafe) and a selection of toppings and let your guests go to town.
For kids, I recommend putting out a variety of candy toppings (flavored marshmallows, crushed peppermint, M&Ms, etc.), and for adults, you can kick it up a notch by putting out some delicious liqueurs. Take a look at some of these fantastic ideas we've seen.
This Christmas, I asked a few of our designers, as part of their free Christmas printables collections, to create some kids' activity sheets and coloring sheets to keep your kids busy during the holidays. These sheets would work great at a party, a restaurant, on a trip, or even on a snowy afternoon.
Please print these out and have some free fun with your kids (or maybe even use them to steal a few minutes for yourself).
Here are my favorite crafty food tutorials, all these brought to you by the Dollhouse Bake Shop. How cute are these holiday pops!