Hello friends!

So excited to let you know........




I've team up with seventeen fabulous and creative bloggers for the 2017 Holiday Party Hop.  We will be sharing holiday entertaining ideas for the entire week and it's going to be so much fun with lots of magical holiday cheers.  

If you're stopping by from my sweet friend Deanna over at Mirabelle Creations, welcome so thrilled you're here!



It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, so let's do this!  Cold chilly air in December calls for lots of movie nights so I put together a few simple things to spiff up your movie treat box.  This post is focusing on something fun for the kids and they are always excited for movie nights so I spruce up the treat box and not the commonly used boring white popcorn bucket labeled POPCORN!  I'm feeling this clear plastic caddy from Amazon that I DIYed with letter decals to spell out the words Movie Night and added a cute little bow to complete the look.  Who would have thought that a cutlery caddy would made a fantastic movie treat box holder.  I thought of many favorite snacks to chew on while watching a movie  but i narrowed it to just a few and probably not the healthiest snack but sure was festive and yummy for the tummy.



You will need:

Clear cutlery Caddy
Drink Bottle and Straw (Drink of your choice)
Popcorn
Gumball or Candy
Chocolate
A fun toy for added cheers

Since seasonal treats are out at every store I chose a Christmas themed  Movie box with goodies.  You can get very creative with this considering the caddy has four compartments.  I used the largest for popcorn and the other three for snacks and drink.  A milk size bottle will fit easily and securely in any of the three small compartments. Fill it up with a refreshing drink, we did strawberry lemonade because that is our favorite drink. This is effortlessly handled and no spill of drink or food, very sturdy and works for a toddler too.  Our movie night was a success! 
    


















Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed these photos and are inspired to try this DIY and say goodbye to boring movie night treat boxes.  The party doesn't ends here, hop to my talented friend at Confetti Party Plans for more amazing inspo.  


Merry Christmas to you and your family and I can't wait to see you here for my next post.