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I’m bummed that this is one of my last holiday party displays to share with you. If only the season was a tad bit longer for those who love Holiday entertaining! Between holiday sweets, treats, display and themed parties I simply can’t get enough.
Anyone ever hosted a gift wrapping party? It’s kinda genius. A reason to get together with the ladies, snack, sip and get your gift wrap on. I tend to sway toward very traditional holiday decorating and entertaining, but it’s fun to mix things up and go bold from time to time. I added in bold blue colors for this wrapping party display and 2 new dip recipes too! Lucky you.
I know these holiday light napkin rings are totally blowing your mind. A friend won them at a white elephant exchange and thought they looked awful. I beg to differ. Paired with some bold paper plates these napkin rings are perfect for holiday entertaining!
The cheese dip (recipe below) is simple and something to easily add to the snack mix for the ladies to enjoy. Christmas tunes, gift wrapping and snacks- holiday perfection.
When it comes to gift wrapping I take things seriously. Everyone does, right? If I have traditional wrapping paper I have coordinating traditional ribbon and bows.. the same goes for these fun bolder patterns. I also hoard ribbon. If it’s on sale, it’s going into my shopping cart. If you’re considering a gift wrapping party have each guest bring a roll of wrapping paper and their favorite ribbon then mix it up! Have each guest use wrapping paper and ribbon of their choice. You’ll head home with a variety of good looking wrapped gifts!
Let’s chat snacks!
To create the cheese dip recipe you’ll need 8oz sharp cheddar cheese, 1 cup of milk, 2 tbsp of flour and 2 tbsp of butter.
Shred the cheese and begin melting the butter in a saucepan. Add in the flour to the melted butter then slowly add in the milk. Remove from heat and stir in shredded cheese. Serve with Town House Pretzel Thins and enjoy!
To crate the chive dip recipe you’ll need 5 tbsp of sour cream, 4 tbsp of chopped chives and 2 tbsp of lemon juice.
Chop up fresh chives and combine with the sour cream. Stir in the lemon juice, serve with traditional Town House Crackers and enjoy! Garnish with additional chives if desired.
Next time you head to Target (which is totally your favorite store, I just know it) be sure to grab a variety of Town House crackers for your upcoming holiday party! Impress your guests with these simple and delish dip recipes and be the hostess with the mostess I know you are.
Happy holiday entertaining, gift wrapping and snacking!
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