When we transformed the kitchen for the One Room Challenge I promised my kids they would still get a cocoa station for the winter months. We have had one for years and usually I set up the hutch in the kitchen with all of their favorites.
When the hutch left they immediately asked about their cocoa ... what would happen to it? I promised them I would deliver and it would be just as fun as it was before. I loved that hutch but honestly the storage wasn't what I needed it to be and its height made the room feel smaller to me.
I think I delivered ... or at least it appears I have since they are in the process of drinking me out of cocoa left and right!
Aren't these gingerbread cookies darling? They are mug huggers and they hang on your cup while you drink. #adorbs!
Stirrers || Hexagon Julep Cup || Lamp
I always find these small disposable cups at Home Goods and found these earlier this year. They are good for the amount of cocoa my littles consume. I get really tired of washing and putting away mugs just to have them used again five minutes later. These are cute and so helpful!
I found these darling marshmallows at Target in the holiday department ... and they are just as yummy as they are easy on the eyes. Some of my littles prefer whip cream and shimmer sugar and others just like it filled with marshmallows and au natural. I am a whip and shimmer girl.
I am sure you are shocked!
How cute is this little tree? The tree and every single thing on it came from Target ... their holiday section this year has so many darling things! The pom pom garland is in the dollar spot and also comes in pink! If you live in my area you will need to look hard, I may have scooped up all they have!!
And a tip ... if you need a skirt for your tiny tree try a cloth napkin. Its the perfect size and lets you get creative! I chose a gold shimmer one this year!
Would you like a cup?
And check in with today's homes on the 12 Days of Christmas Tour of Homes. These tours have been amazing!!!