A Simple Hot Cocoa Station Gift

Sometimes all you need is a smaller version of a great idea to make a perfect gift.

A Simple Hot Cocoa Station Gift www.homeroad.net

This small sized hot cocoa station is a great hostess gift.

A distressed box I bought at Michaels was just the right size. 

Using one of my favorite stencils from Old Sign Stencils, I chose to use only the "hot cocoa" part of the stencil.

Instead of using the stencil as intended I traced inside the letters then painted the letters in on the box with red craft paint then distressed the words when they dried. 


Inside the box I added a block of wood to divide the box into two sections.  



A Simple Hot Cocoa Station Gift www.homeroad.net


I found jars that were the perfect size for each section of the box.

The jars also had an embossed section on them where I added a chalkboard label.

Portable Hot cocoa station as a holiday gift

I made a small spray of greenery and attached a bow. The pretty spray is attached to the block in the center of the box with a screw and is easily removable.

A Simple Hot Cocoa Station Gift www.homeroad.net

Fill the jars with hot cocoa mix and marshmallows and you have a gift any family would love.
                      

                    



I love how the stencils at Old Sign Stencils are so easy to customize to your needs. 

Use all of the stencil as I did on this Hot Cocoa Station Sign or only part of the stencil like on this hot cocoa box. 

A Simple Hot Cocoa Station Gift www.homeroad.net

Stop on over to Old Sign Stencils for a peek at Donna's great customizable holiday stencils. 






                           
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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

Comments

  1. Love this! I want to make a hot cocoa sign for my porch. Heading over to Donna's. =)

    Jeanine

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  2. I love your hot chocolate station! Where did you find your jars? Did they come from Michael's, also? Thanks :)

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  3. I love this idea! I have someone in mind for this and may just pick up the pieces tomorrow! I thought I lost your blog but re-found you tonight! Yay! Blessings, Cindy

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  4. Fabulous job, I love it! Happy Holiday's

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