On the fifth day of Christmas my true love gave to me… A hot chocolate caddy filled with all of the fixings for delicious hot cocoa. I hope you’ve been following along with all of the wonderful Christmas Projects that I’ve been posting.
Keep reading for the instructions to make this caddie and see 37 other great Christmas projects.
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My friend had three of these really cool red, wooden caddies. She was kind enough to give me one of them. I knew that it was a good size to put together a little Hot Chocolate Caddie that I could keep on my kitchen counter during Christmas or give as a gift.
I added silver glitter adhesive vinyl to the sides of the caddie that I cut using the Cricut Maker. You could also use the Cricut Explore Machine.
Some of those snowflakes are tiny and detailed. The Cricut Maker Machine cut them out with no problem.
What’s hot chocolate without a pretty mug to warm our hands? I cut extra snowflakes that match the caddie, and a red mug of hot cocoa to put on the mug. I love how it all coordinates.
Ideas for filling your Hot Chocolate Caddie
- Hot chocolate packets
- Hot Chocolate K-cups
- Candy canes
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