Elena’s Hot Cocoa Party!

It’s time for another creative party idea with Elena! This time she created a peppermint-y hot cocoa bar for her family to enjoy while trimming the tree! I would love to join her family for these yummy treats!

Cupcakes in bright red Stitched Scalloped Cupcake Wrappers and gorgeous toppers make decorating the tree a festive occasion! Not to mention a yummy one, too!

Giant Merry Christmas spells out a cheery greeting!

Elena created this beautiful cardinal using Magic Iris Birdhouse Add-On. To add the cardinal’s tuft, she cleverly used a bird wing from another set, Center Picture Window Card Heart Add-On! That is so genius! I love how she layered the cardinal on a black Stitched Ornament, then layered that with a Peppermint Stripe one!

It wouldn’t be a hot cocoa bar without some delicious additions! Elena set out bowls filled with cracked candy canes, chocolate chips and marshmallows!

It’s all in the details! To decorate the bowls, Elena combined Christmas Garland and a tiny Stitched Ornament! I love the pretty chalk board look she gave the ornament, which serves as the label!

Elena combined the Peppermint Stripes Backdrop with our Candy Box to make these uniquely festive treat holders! She shows you how below!


Create the peppermint candy box!

A simple red Tiny Gift Box with a bright white bow continues the color theme! You will find the stitched bow our Stitched Basket set.

Those of you who have been following Elena’s party idea posts may recognize this amazing String of Lights banner! Once you put all that work into creating the perfect Christmas garland you will want to reuse it every year!

I can’t wait to use these great ideas, Elena! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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Thanks so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day!

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9 thoughts on “Elena’s Hot Cocoa Party!

  1. Wow Eleana – You always know how to pull a party together. Well Done!!! I especially LOVE the Cardinals…they were my Mom’s FAVE bird and mine too!!!

    1. This is so adorable! Please tell me about the cupcake wrappers. Do you use your usual paper stock or something special? Do you use a paper liner under the wrapper or did you use silicone baking cups ( or something else?). I am thinking maybe coat the paper with paraffin on one side so it doesn’t spot? Or maybe that doesn’t happen quick enough to worry about.

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