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FREE Hot Chocolate Bar Printable that says "Baby It's Cold Outside". Perfect for holiday parties or weddings! MountainModernLife.com

Do you have a favorite holiday song? Mine is Baby it’s Cold Outside, and the Johnny Mercer and Margaret Whiting version is my fave!

I recently created a “Baby it’s cold outside” chalkboard printable for the hot chocolate bar station I put together for a holiday party over the weekend, and I love how it turned out… aside from realizing afterward that I spelled “marshmallows” wrong on my little labels, haha.

FREE Hot Chocolate Bar Printable that says "Baby It's Cold Outside". Perfect for holiday parties or weddings! MountainModernLife.com

5 x 7 FREE Hot Chocolate Bar Printable

Since we were having a “hot chocolate bar” I decided to make my own printables. After I created my design I put the file on a flash drive and took it to Staples to have it printed out, which cost less than $2! I then taped it to the outside of a frame and set it on an easel next to all of my hot chocolate fixings.

Today I’m sharing a couple of photos of my hot chocolate bar, and a link for you to download a 5 x 7 version of my FREE hot chocolate bar printable! You can also snag our Hot Chocolate Bar Kit from the shop, which includes extra sizes and labels!

FREE Hot Chocolate Bar Printable that says "Baby It's Cold Outside". Perfect for holiday parties or weddings! MountainModernLife.com

As for the “fixings”, I poured some hot chocolate and caramel sauce into prettier jars I had purchased for a $1 each at JoAnn’s, added hot chocolate to a mason jar, and created my own peppermint stir sticks that I placed inside a mason jar. I also crushed up some candy canes for crushed peppermint and added some white chocolate chips, marshmallows into mason jars as well. Another item I added later to the table was some cinnamon (not pictured).

I then created some simple labels and tied them around the jars with some red and white bakers twine. The labels were printed from my own printer and you may notice it was running low on ink, haha.

FREE Hot Chocolate Bar Printable that says "Baby It's Cold Outside". Perfect for holiday parties or weddings! MountainModernLife.com

I am a huge fan of hot chocolate during the holidays and really love the idea of a hot chocolate bar station for winter parties or wedding receptions.

FREE Hot Chocolate Bar Printable that says "Baby It's Cold Outside". Perfect for holiday parties or weddings! MountainModernLife.com

FREE 5×7 Hot Chocolate Bar Printable

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44 Comments

  1. Katie,
    I adore all your chalkboard ideas!!!
    A wonderful little hot cocoa station!
    Icy streets and frigid winds are predicted for the Prairie this weekend!!!
    Perfect timing, dear one!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

    1. It’s cold outside here in Georgia, but unfortunately it’s not cold enough for snow. We will be visiting family for for the holidays so hopefully it will turn out to be a white Christmas after all ๐Ÿ™‚
      I’m so glad you like the printable and thank you so much for stopping by!
      Happy Holidays!
      ~Katie

  2. I love this! So cool! We are going to make crockpot hot cocoa for Christmas morning and I think I will add your sign with a few other treats for a hot cocoa bar! Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Absolutely adorable! I recently set up a hot cocoa station at a party – I wish I’d seen this then! Yours looks fantastic. Happy Holidays!

  4. Here’s wishing you and yours a New Year that is filled with Love…Compassion…Health…Joy….Faith…Friends…Family…Charity…Humanity…Insight…Happiness…Insight…Peace and Inner Peace! Also we wish you all that is good in the world because YOU are special! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Sorry i dont understand, did you print it onto the chalkboard.
    .absolutely lovely by the way,

    1. Hi Paula, I actually made the printable look like a chalkboard, so I had the design printed at Staples for a couple bucks and then placed it into a frame. So it looks like a chalkboard, but is actually just printed on paper. Hope this helps ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. You’ve been featured at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. The post is scheduled for 6:00 PM tonight. Thank you for sharing your amazing hot chocolate bar! I so want to copy it!

    Happy New Year!
    Deborah

  7. Just wondering what you put in mason jars? I am planning a family christmas party and would love to do this! Thanks

    1. I believe I used hot chocolate, chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, marshmallows, some dipped and sprinkled candy canes, crushed peppermint and caramel and chocolate sauce ๐Ÿ™‚ Can’t wait to make it again this year!

  8. This is so cute! Love the idea too. Love, love the first font! Would you mind telling me what it is? I’m doing a photo book for my kids and would love to put that one in them. I’m kind of a font hoarder as well. ๐Ÿ™‚

        1. Heather,

          I don’t know what size I used for the sign in the main photos, because it was a thrifted frame that I had painted last year and then gave to the venue I had my wedding at. The easel was purchased at Hobby Lobby and I then used the tea/vinegar stain to make it look old and weathered. Hope that helps ๐Ÿ™‚
          ~Katie

  9. how can i print the round chalkboard printables that say “Marshmellows” ect
    I dont see where to download those.

  10. Are the small circle labels also available? I’m not seeing where to download those.

  11. I’m sorry, I’m not tech saavy. I was hoping to print the hot cocoa bar sign as a poster since the frame I’m putting it in is 12×18. I guess I can’t upload it to walmart.com since it’s not in jpg format. Does anyone know if it can be changed? and how to do it.

    thanks!

  12. I’m having trouble with the printable…I’m trying to open it in Photoshop so I can save it as a .jpg, which Costco requires for printing, and I need a passcode to do that. Any suggestions?

    1. Hi Heidi, It won’t open in photo editing programs because changes can’t be made to it, but you can open the PDF with Adobe Reader and other PDF reader software. However, I did go ahead and update the printables to be JPGs to make it easier. So now you can just click on the photo of the printable you want to be taken to the high res image ๐Ÿ™‚

      ~Katie

  13. After reading through the comments and seeing others asking about the font, I purchased Ondise for my winter wedding food labels. I was thinking of using the blank chalkboard printables provided but the first/last letter of each word do not curl/curve like yours do. Did you do something to make it do that? It doesn’t look the same as the other labels for the hot cocoa bar and I wanted everything on the table to look the same. Please let me know so I can make accurate adjustments. Thanks!

  14. Love the chalkboard printable! Do you by chance have a plain white version with black outlined lettering and snowflakes? (The reversed-color image that could be printed on regular white paper.) I’m wanting to use this but use my transfer charcoal paper to apply it to a canvas and paint it. Thank you!

  15. I wanted to enlarge hot choc sign to 24×36 so I took to Staples, Office Depot, Postnet, UPS store, and a local printer and they all said enlarging info is poor print quality. So I fixed that then they ALL said $40 to enlarge as they count all the black color as a “color” order. So it is all well and good that you had it printed cheaply but everywhere I called was pricey every place I called. โ˜น

    1. Hi Janet,

      The 8 x 10 would lose quality if you are trying to blow it up to being 24 x 36. I plan to offer larger sizes in my shop soon but don’t have that set up yet. I got this printed at Staples last year and it was less than $5, what you need is called an “engineering print”. Those are MUCH cheaper in both black and white and color than standard prints. Staples seems to offer the best pricing on engineering prints that I have found so far and if you search “engineering print” on my blog you can find several projects I’ve created with them.

      Here is the link to the section on Staples website, and you can see that a 24 x 36 b/w print is less than $4. Hope that helps.

      http://www.staples.com/sbd/content/copyandprint/engineering-prints.html

      ~Katie

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