Christmas Handmarking Party Ideas
The holidays are all about spending time with loved ones, just like Handmarks! Celebrate the holiday season with a Christmas-themed Handmarking party – complete with hot cocoa, cookies, Handmarks, and love!
It’s a Wonderful Life – When You’re Handmarking!
Watching your favorite Christmas movies is one of the best parts of the holidays. So why not combine this heartwarming pastime with a Handmarking party of friends and family? Put on a popular Christmas movie, like It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol, or Elf and get to Handmarking! Since you’ve seen those movies more than a few times, you’ll easily be able to Handmark and chat while you watch.
Consultants & Christmas Cookies
A Handmarking Party would be even sweeter with some baked goods! Invite your guests to a pre-Handmarking baking session, which will get everyone in the holiday spirit. As the smell of sugar cookies fills the air, you can start to Handmark. Bonus: you’ll have plenty of fuel to keep working when the warm cookies come out of the oven.
All We Want for Christmas Is Handmarks!
As Mariah Carey once said, “I don’t care about the presents underneath the Christmas tree.” We couldn’t agree more! The holidays are all about spending time with loved ones and counting your blessings. Fill your home with the sound of your favorite Christmas songs for your Handmarking party, like All I Want for Christmas Is You and Little Drummer Boy. The classic songs will bring back nostalgia for all your guests and motivate everyone in their holiday Handmarking.
It’s time for some hot cocoa and Handmarks! Sweeten your Handmarks party with toasty mugs of hot chocolate. Get creative and add a peppermint candy cane to each drink, giving the hot cocoa a minty twist. There’s so much room for creativity with Handmarks – especially with our new Endless Possibilities Collection! – so add a little flavor to everything you do this month.
Spread love this holiday season with a Handmarks party! Share hot cocoa and sugar cookies with loved ones, while reminiscing on your favorite holiday movies and songs. What better way to spend the holiday season than with friends and family?