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The cold weather is looming, the snow is on it’s way. To combat the cold, and because my kids think this idea is AWESOME, I set up a Hot Cocoa Bar in our kitchen. Small jars of cocoa ingredients, some adorable custom mugs and other decor and I have a festive and delicious little cocoa stand. Let’s take a look at what I came up with for my Holiday Hot Chocolate Bar, shall we?

Simply Elegant Black, White and Gold Holiday Hot Chocolate Bar - I MUST have one in my house this year!

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Now let’s look at all the elements that I created with my Cricut Explore. I’ll be sharing tutorials for the more complicated pieces over the next few days!

DIY Gold Snowflake Holiday MugsThe first, and easiest piece that I made is the classy Gold Vinyl Snowflakes for the mugs. You can’t have hot cocoa without some pretty mugs, right? These were so simple to make. I simply looked for snowflakes in the Cricut Image Library in Cricut Design Space, chose two that I liked, sized them to fit my mugs and cut them out using gold vinyl. I used a weeding tool to remove all of the unnecessary vinyl and then used transfer tape to apply the vinyl to the mugs.

Simple and Elegant DIY Flower Branch ClipsNext I made the super gorgeous Flower Branch Clips. I think these are one of my favorite parts. They are simple, yet elegant. I love beautiful understated pieces and these fit that bill.

DIY Floral Christmas Ornament I am in love with the end result of this Floral Christmas Ornament. Couldn’t you see a tree made up of these gorgeous balls?

DIY Feather Christmas TreeHow fun is that Feather Christmas Tree? I just love the layers and texture. There are so many options for creating this little tree! You can use paper like I did, or fabric, or even real feathers! It is inexpensive to make and can have a big impact!

Baby It's Cold Outside Free PrintableLastly I designed this “Baby It’s Cold Outside” Print and added a black and white mini bunting that I made with the Cricut Explore. The bunting was super easy – I just cut a bunch of diamonds, folded them in half and glued them to a ribbon! And I know you’re waiting for me to say it, so here you go: You all know me! I can’t make a printable and not share! You can download the “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” Print at the bottom of this post. Feel free to pin this so you’ll remember it closer to the Holidays!

DIY Hot Chocolate Bar with Free "Baby, It's Cold Outside" Printable What do you think? Will you be creating a Hot Cocoa Bar this winter? My kids came home and were so excited over the whole thing… ok, mostly the marshmallows, but they ohh and ahhh’d over the whole thing, so I’ll take what I can get! What would you include in your Hot Cocoa Bar? I was a bit limited in my space, so I stuck with essentials. If you have a larger buffet you could lay out a whole smorgasbord and make it beyond decoration and have it be a fully functional drink bar! So many fun options to be had.

Check out the tutorials on the Branch Clips, the Feather Tree and the Floral Ornament.

Download the “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” 8×10 PDF Print

Download the “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” 11×14 PDF Print

 This project was created as part of the Cricut Design Space Star Challenge. You can check out the rest of my teams projects below:Black & White Holiday Projects #rockthatcricut

Check out the rest of Team 14’s amazing Black & White Holiday Projects:

Black & White Christmas Shadow Box by Ameroonie Designs

Monogram Pumpkins by Brewed Together

Mini Monster Milk Jars by Pen N’ Paper Flowers

Holiday Hot Cocoa Bar by Inspiration Made Simple

DIY Halloween Table by Bree Johnson

Let It Snow Sign by Artzy Creations

DIY Halloween Sign by Everyday Party Magazine

Black & White Halloween Decor by The Happy Scraps

Webbed Mask Tray & Bowl by The Sparrow’s Nest