Make a Hot Chocolate Station from a Caddy – Tip Tuesday

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This past weekend was SO fun! I got to decorate the most gorgeous 105 year old home for Homes for the Holidays in Edmonton, and it was a big success. I received the most amazing feedback, and I had so much fun styling and decorating the home with the help of my family. You can see some shots from the home over on my Instagram feed. The question I got asked the most from people that toured the home was, “WHERE did you get that hot chocolate station caddy?!” I never would have guessed this little tray would be so popular, so I thought I should share with you some of the details of this hot chocolate station caddy through a little Tip Tuesday video today!

Hot chocolate station from a caddy

I’ve seen all sorts of great ideas for hot chocolate or hot drink “stations” for the Holiday entertaining season, so when I saw this neat looking galvanized caddy at The Brick at West Edmonton Mall, I knew exactly what I was going to turn it into – a cute little vintage looking hot chocolate station!

Hot chocolate station from a caddy

I simply filled each compartment of the caddy with a coffee filter, and then filled each with some different things that could go with or make hot chocolate. I used hot cocoa mix, mini marshmallows, cinnamon sticks, cookies, sprinkles, toffee bits, spoons and mugs in my hot chocolate station caddy, but the options are endless! Simply fill your caddy with the ingredients you think your guests would love, display the tray with a kettle of hot water, and enjoy this lovely little hot cocoa station with your guests.

Here’s a quick video on how to make this fun hot chocolate station:


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