Grab this Christmas movie list for your hot cocoa bar!
I’ve been wanting a checklist we could work through during the Christmas season, so I decided to make one for all of us! We love to watch Christmas movies, sometimes even before Thanksgiving. The big debate in our house is never IF we should watch a movie together, it’s WHAT Christmas movie should we watch?
I decided if we had a pretty complete list, at least of classics and popular Christmas movies then we could make the deciding part a little easier and get to the fun part a lot quicker. Of course, Christmas movie nights always come with treats and this time of year a hot cocoa bar is our favorite treat. I started this a few years ago and it’s been such a hit at our house.
While I didn’t feel much like decorating this year, I REALLY wanted to put this one little spot together. It’s in our kitchen and the kids and I enjoy it so much. Well, most of the kids lol! One prefers popcorn, but that’s easy to make too! (In fact, I have a whole popcorn bar idea you can copy HERE if you have one of those kids too! )
You can download the Ultimate Christmas Movie List at the bottom of this post. Print it and use it as a checklist for the holiday season. Go ahead and pin this article too so you can print it year after year! Don’t you watch the same movies over and over? I’m hoping this list will help us (and you) keep up with the staples and add some fun new movies to our repertoire! Let me know any good ones I missed in the comments.
I’m sharing this year’s hot cocoa bar as well, hopeful it will give you a few fun ideas to create a space for your chocolate magic to happen too. When you leave it out it looks beautiful and reminds you to enjoy it! Most of my station is decorated with dollar store finds or easy DIY’s. Some things are showing up from last year’s station and some are new. It’s a fun spot to add to year after year.
You can see how to make the fabric trees HERE.
You can see the Block display tutorial and free print HERE.
I got the Cookie Mug Huggers and Chocolate Pocky Sticks at Aldi.
The mugs are from Home Goods.
The gnomes, peace sign and trees are from the Dollar Tree.
The milk “jug” and Chocolate Santas for Cocoa are from Wal-Mart.
The rest is vintage or I’ve had it for years!
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