Hi friends! Well it’s Monday, and Christmas will soon be here! If you’re having people over and maybe not quite feeling fully prepared, then this Pinspiration Monday post is for you! Here’s some quick and easy DIY tricks to make your party merry and bright. As always, click on the image to be taken to the source for full instructions. Happy Holidays!
Wrap Cookies in Parchment Paper Boxes
Need a container to put your baked cookies in, and not worry about getting it back afterwards? Use your empty aluminum and parchment paper roll boxes and paint them to make a perfectly pretty container that you can give away! Let everyone bring home a box of cookies, and save yourself some serious cash on the cookie tin!
Use a Chalkboard Serving Platter
Never worry about your guests not knowing what type of cheese or snack item you’ve set out! The label is right on the serving platter because you can simply write on it! A simple serving platter from the dollar store will work, paint it with chalkboard paint, and you’re good to go!
Dress Up Your Mini Brownies with Santa Hats
Need a fast dessert that’s still festive? Maybe you’re invited to a party and want to bring something? Use strawberries and frosting to add a festive splash to store-bought mini brownies by turning them into Santa hats! Festive and fast! Of course, you could make your brownies from scratch too, but this is a great way to turn a last-minute dessert into something a little more fun 🙂
Use Christmas Candy as Vase Fillers
Need an extra something on your table? Run out of Christmas balls or other vase fillers? Break out those candy canes and Christmas mints and put them in your vase! These are great as filler for a vase with festive plants, or on their own here in apothecary jars! They will quickly add some extra cheer to your home!
Print Your Own Gift Tags
Finally, send your guests on their way with a beautiful handmade gift tag on their parting gifts. These tags can be printed either with or without colour. So you can colour them yourself to fit your colour scheme and make them your own, or print them out with colour for a fast fix. A beautiful personal touch to remember your great holiday get-together.
So that’s it for now guys! I hope these last-minute ideas have inspired you. Have a safe and happy holiday season, and I will see you again soon!
Till next time, keep creating!