Disposable party-ware is very inexpensive, child-friendly and super practical, but it doesn't have to be boring! With a little imagination and some crafty supplies (brown foam, pompoms and googly eyes from craft stores), you can transform even the most basic of paper cups into a fun and unique Rudolph goblet that makes any drink taste even sweeter.
Forget those red plastic cups this time around and instead pack some pattern and punchy color into your outdoor party. Grab paper cups in two to three different coordinating colors as well as a mix of solids and patterns. This will add a touch of sophistication to the space and keep the party's color palette consistent.
A space-saving, easy-to-use single serve coffee maker with a gold finish in the kitchen delivers fresh brewed, delicious coffee in minutes. The butler’s pantry also includes a special edition single serve coffee, latte and cappuccino maker that allows you to brew up coffeehouse favorites for your family and friends.
By designating dead space below wall cabinets as coffee cup storage, Sarah and John were able to free up two shelves that now keep baby feeding supplies neatly organized. The hanging coffee cup rack was installed directly into the bottom of the cabinets with screws; the rack pulls out and slides forward keeping cups within easy reach.
These endive cups filled with sweet and savory pear and gorgonzola crumbles are a light way to kick off your evening of joyful celebration. [Get the recipe here>>](http://www.hgtv.com/design/make-and-celebrate/entertaining/pear-and-gorgonzola-salad-cups?syc=applenews_hgtv-christmas-dinner-recipes-for-the-novice-host)
Increase the usefulness of food storage containers by adding measuring cups for scooping out what's inside. A readily available 1/3-cup scoop takes the guesswork out of portion control for your morning bowl of oats. Hang the cups from tiny adhesive hooks.