Christmas is coming, whether we’re ready for it or not, so we mine as well embrace it. Let’s rock the tinsel, wrap ourselves in garland, sprinkle on the glittery sparkles, shout our favorite holiday lyrics to the universe, all while enjoying as many cookies and as much eggnog as we can without overdosing.
Santa’s going to want some cookies. You can’t just feed Santa any ol’ cookie. You need to make a few “test” batches first, just to make sure they’re good enough for the big guy. Start with these Iced Oatmeal Cookies from Mother Thyme.
I’m predicting that we’ll be seeing many of these On Sutton Place DIY Snowman Wreaths displayed on front doors this year.
Half Baked Harvest’s Easy Double Chocolate Vanilla Bean Hot Cocoa Mugs + Marshmallows are the most decadent homemade gift I can imagine. Homemade marshmallows. Need I say more?
You’re going to need a mug to put that hot cocoa in, why not this Crowned Leaf Mug from Anthropolgie?
Hey girls, check out Brit + Co’s 20 Sparkly DIY Manis for the Holidays. I think we all need a little extra sparkle around this time of year.
Speaking of sparkle, imagine this Gold & Creme Sparkle Dot Infinity Scarf from FakePeachFashion featured on Etsy, wrapped around your neck this Christmas season.
Life, Love & Sugar’s White Chocolate Dipped Cranberry Pecan Oatmeal Cookies need to show up on your list of cookie exchange recipes. Do not ignore this one folks; it will quickly become a family favorite.
Spread some holiday cheer to a neighbor by leaving one of these Food Network Sealed & Delivered: Recipes in a Jar on their doorstep. I know several Herndon Peeps who would be overjoyed to arrive home to Curried Lentil Soup.
Rachel Schultz’s Cranberry & Cinnamon Stove Top Potpourri recipe will make your house smell absolutely delightful. You may never want to step out your door again.
Want to make some lucky lady happy this Christmas? Put this Quintet Ring from Sundance Catalog on her finger. Trust me on this one.
Holiday Horseradish Deviled Eggs. I’ve found joy. Angels on high are singing, thanks to Food Network’s Big Daddy’s House.
For anyone wanting to know how to make my holiday brighter, might I suggest inviting me over for Martha Stewart’s Sticky Toffee Pudding with Toffee Sauce.
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