Do you want to build a hot drink stand? Come on, let's go and play!
this recipe), and then placed in a mason jar. With a simple quilting square edged by pinking shears, a jute string, and a homemade gift tag tied around the lid, you have a hostess gift!
Add a cute mug (below, Williams Sonoma, a few years ago) and fabric coaster, and you've got yourself a gift set! Keeping a festive water pitcher nearby will assure no one running short of water for heating. These cuties are being added to my hot drink bar, and there's more!
Using another mason jar, simply epoxy glue a favorite ornament atop the lid (deer head, Lowe's), and you have a marshmallow (and/or chocolate chip) canister. A bit of baker's string tied around the lid makes it festive and gift worthy.
my blogging friend's (Sharon, The Blue Willow House) original idea of a repurposed office stamp holder. I kept the idea in mind, since I already had the vintage item it was built from. I just put a little different spin on its presentation, and am using it as a coffee stand.
Oh my, it looks as though it's beginning to snow! We better grab a thermos to take with us!
Feel free to pin any of these images for building your own hot drink stand.
As always, your visits, comments and loyal readership are welcome, and much appreciated!
Rita C. at Panoply
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