This year's holiday season has been easy for us; adjusting to a new home has passed. Last year was hard because we moved to a new place, and the cold weather was a bit hard to deal with, but now I think we are in the phase where we are comfortable and content with where we are. We love this place tremendously and can't wait to celebrate Christmas again.
And now is the second week of this holiday season, and I am almost done with the Christmas decor. However, many things still need to be done; I try to finish early so it won't be overwhelming. So next, I'll be worrying about the Christmas present. Yes, the Christmas list keeps getting longer; I keep adding new people to the list, the kid's teachers, co-workers, and a friend from church so next week, we'll be doing Christmas present DIY post, and please stay informed about that.
Some of the last Christmas decors, I reuse it for this Christmas, but some I bought brand new. As you see in these pictures, I used many greens I've picked from the yard; this year will be exciting because I will use pine leaves all over the house, including our cocoa bar decor from last year. I hope it'll give you some inspiration.
I used many greens I've picked from the yard; this year will be the same. Also, I'll use pine leaves all over the house, including our cocoa bar decor from last year. I hope it'll give you some inspiration.
Cold weather called for a hot beverage, so everybody would love a hot cocoa bar. Last year, I kept my cocoa bar small and simple, but it became a party favorite, so I will make it merrier this year.
Don't forget the condiments; Ghirardelli and Torani are my favorite brands. The dark and milk chocolate, cinnamon syrup, peppermint, caramel, and milk will be enjoyable hot cocoa. Also, marshmallows, hazelnut, candy cane, toffee, and honeycomb, will ump up your hot cocoa and make your taste bud sing and be jolly.
Ok, lovelies, thank you so much for reading, and I hope this post can inspire you!