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My Christmas Tablescape and Easy to Make Christmas Treats

My Christmas table scape and Christmas treats post is obviously over due. As much as I want to get this post out before we went for our Christmas vacation, I never got the chance to get around to do it. I was so busy preparing,planning and getting stuff done before our trip. My ultimate plan while on vacation is to blog while they were sleeping. Obviously, that never happened and every night I was out like a light bulb. So I decided to take the pressure off myself and unplug for the holidays. I just wanted to enjoy the vacation with the family and not worry about my numbers and statistics. It was refreshing and it’s just what I needed. Blogging could get overwhelming at times. I really don’t have time, but I make time for it because I love to blog! I like to share and cultivate that style of creating contents and also the business side of it. Who knows how long I will keep doing this but I am hoping and trying for the best.

Since we are going for a Christmas vacation for the first time, we decided to celebrate Christmas with the family before we leave. We prepared and eat dinner, exchanged gifts, and just enjoying our time together. I always love gatherings!

I went for the traditional theme this year. Red, gold and green for Christmas, you can’t get more festive than that.

I like the style of layering a satin camisole over a sweater. Hello 90’s! I’m glad the trend is back again.

Easy to Make Christmas Treats

These treats are super duper is easy to make and as always, you can make it with your kids. I love to have my kids involved when I do stuffs like these for the holidays. I want them to remember it as our bonding moment. That’s why I picked easy to do treats, that way It’s less risky to messed up and If we messed up, it’s okay!

I am sharing you how to make it and I hope you will enjoy it too.


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White Chocolate Peppermint Hearts


  • 20 pcs. miniature candy canes unwrapped
  • 6 oz white chocolate chips
  • Holiday sprinkles or rainbow sprinkles


  1. Set aside a cookie tray with a parchment paper. Set the candy canes on the tray, attached two together to form hearts. Put them all over the tray.

  2. Melt the white chocolate in the microwave in 30 seconds, stirring in between burst of 15-30 seconds. Make sure it doesn't burn while melting the chocolates. If needed add 1/2 tsp. vegetable oil to slightly thin the chocolate if it is too thick.

  3. Pour the chocolate in a Ziploc bag and snip off the tip with scissors. Pipe the melted chocolate into the center of the candy cane treats. Gently wiggle the candy canes to get the chocolate smooth.

  4. Sprinkle right away with sprinkles and let it set.



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Rudolph Noses


  • 25 pcs. pretzel squares
  • 25 pcs. Hershey kisses
  • 25 pcs. Holiday M&M candies


  1. Pre-heat oven 350 degrees F.

  2. Line the tray with parchment paper and place the pretzels on the tray.

  3. Unwrap the Hershey kisses and place it on top of the pretzels. Bake for 3 minutes or until the kisses are soft but not melted.

  4. Press the M&M's into the center of the kisses right out of the oven. Let the chocolate set.

Thank you so much, see you around!

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