This is a new Christmas tradition for us. Usually we treat ourselves to a hot chocolate with all the trimmings at the Christmas Market but this year it’s cancelled (like everything else) and so I decided to be a little bit ‘extra’ and create this little space for Arlo.
The sign itself was made using a design bundles SVG. I’ve added adhesive vinyl to the glass pane and then popped a sheet of felt inside the glass. This design can be downloaded and printed too. It really does add a festive pop to the kitchen which is normally too functional but there’s no rules in 2020 anymore.
This hot chocolate station was fairly simple to put together – with the tray and the elf cup from Home Bargains, and the glass jars from Ikea. I added vinyl decals to label them up and then filled everything with treats and “bobs your uncle” as the saying goes.
This entire set up cost me less than Â£20 to put together and I’ve paid Â£3.50 for a single mug before – I already had cocoa and sugar and just added a bit of each to these jars which I can top up as we go – I think this will keep us going until Christmas.
- IKEA Korken jars x3 small Â£2
- IKEA Korken jar medium Â£1.25
- IKEA Vardagen jar Â£2.50
- Home Bargains sofa tray Â£2.99
- Home Bargains Elf Mug 99p
- Decals – home made
- Poundland – candy canes Â£1
- Home Bargains – Jane Asher sprinkles 99p
- B&M – mini Marshmallows 79p
- Asda – frame Â£2.25
For more of home made festive project inspiration check out my recent blog post.