This Super Simple Sparkly Christmas Ornament is fun to make and virtually mess-free. It makes…
This simple Festive Treats bucket list Christmas Tree is perfect for your kitchen or dining area. The easy to make bucket list recipe cards will help you keep track of all your favorite holiday treats and capture holiday memories for years to come.
Today, I’m joining some of my favorite festive bloggers to bring you a Merry and Bright Parade of Christmas light…..it’s CHRISTMAS TREES ON PARADE…
…brought to you by Terri at Christmas Tree Lane.
We are all sharing our favorite Christmas Tree ideas and décor!
Keep reading after my post to see all of the wonderful ideas from my fellow bloggers.
Hosted by: Terri at Christmas Tree Lane
T’onna at Sew Crafty Crochet
Lauren at Mom Home Guide
Linda at A Labour of Life
Charlene at Enduring All Things
Nicole at Always Reiding
Nicole at 4 the Love of Food
Enter to Win a Holiday Ornament
We’re also having a fun RAFFLE.
Each participating blogger will be giving away a special ornament. Visit each website to see enter their individual raffle.
I’m excited to be giving away this adorable snow covered Antler ornament…handmade by…me!
If you’re a fan of Beauty and the Beast, you’ll remember that Gaston loves to “Use Antlers in all of his decorating.” So, I hope you do too, because this will look perfect on your tree!
To Enter, fill out the entry form at the END of this post.
How to make a simple, festive Treats Bucket list Christmas Tree
My family and I love creating seasonal bucket lists.
It really helps us set aside time for those special family activities.
This year, since most outdoor events have been cancelled, we’ve pivoted to indoor activities-like games and cooking…lots of cooking.
So, I decided to make a special food-related bucket list this year and hang it from a little Rosemary Christmas Tree in my kitchen.
I wanted to keep this project simple and rustic so I used old fashioned index cards.
It reminded me of the recipe cards handed down by my grandmother and my husband’s great grandmother.
First, I gathered all of our favorite holiday treats and wrote them on 3 X 5 index cards.
Next, I labeled each card with the special dish that I wanted to make sure we made.
Then, on the back, I left space to write a special memory after we enjoy the treat this year.
I also added some fun doodles and stickers to make it a little more festive.
Attach the recipe cards to the tree with mini craft clothespins.
Or punch a hole in the corner of the card, and hang it with festive ribbon.
Option 2: You could also print out each recipe and attach it to the cards or get extra cards and write the recipe on them as well. It just depends on how detailed you want to be.
There is no right or wrong way to do this.
I also used some older Happy Planner stickers to decorate the base of the tree.
When the holiday season is over, I’m going to then take all the cards and put them in some sort of scrapbook with pictures.
By the way…want the recipe for those yummy muffins pictured above? Grab the Recipe here: Chocolate Peppermint Protein Muffins.
Be sure to check out all of the other festive Christmas Trees on Parade!
AND DON’T FORGET–make sure you ENTER THE RAFFLE for my special Antler Ornament.
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HI! I’m a Shana, self-proclaimed Media Mixologist, wife, and mom to two little girls. I love to mix up cocktails of crafts, recipes, wellness, family and business with just the right amount of sparkle to help you shine everyday. So, grab a glass, and let’s celebrate the cocktail of life!