The Partiologist: Zebra Christmas Party - IV

Zebra Christmas Party - IV

I sure hope I finish my Zebra Christmas party before I can't figure out the roman numerals to use!  I don't know if any one is going to be wild this Christmas and use any of these ideas, but just in case I have to show you my dessert table.  Yes, Virginia there is a Santa...and more desserts! 

Zebra Themed Dessert Table
 

Before I tell you how I made all the decor on the table, I'm going to show you the desserts!
A little closer, please!
Left Front~
Santa's View~
Left Back~
Giant wire basket topped with bows and Christmas Ornaments.  Loaded with Zebra boxes that were filled with homemade Caramel Crunch!
Back Row~
Rum Pum Pum Pudding Shots!
Oh and don't you love these~
A big fat bowl of Sixlets!
Chocolate Dipped Peppermint Marshmallows~
How about a little Chocolate Dipped Mini Pretzel?
Oh Yea.....
Right on the top of Santa's Wish List~
All those Zebra Christmas Cookies - Packaged for guests to take home!
More chocolate delights~
I promise, I DIDN"T take a bite out of that front one, maybe Rudolf was at the party??
Not chocolate, but just as good...

More Non-Chocolate~
How about little servings of Oreo Cheesecake?
Santa's view~
One of the hits of the dessert table~
Chocolate filled Raspberries!
I made some Sparkly Chocolate/Caramel topped marshmallows~
 Now here's my favorite...
Drum roll please~
Zebra Licious Cake Pops!!
So cute and not so easy to make!
I don't think I left anything out, but just in case...
I think you all know I'm obsessed with hanging things from the ceiling!
Oh, and from the windows too~
Black Feathered Angel Wings!
Another view~
I had to show you this with the snowy background!
This all had to coordinate with my Feather Tree I made for the center of the table!
One last view~
 Did I mention I have a couple more things to show you?
Leave me a comment....you'll be glad you did!

Cuz, I'm WILD about you!
 

18 comments :

  1. This is such a great theme. I wish I had the time to do a party in the style you do. Maybe when I retire. By then I'll have all your great ideas stored away and ready to use.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Linda

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  2. You are just amazing. I get so excited every morning when I see my e-mail. It's like Santa comes for me every morning.

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  3. I want to taste EVERYTHING! It all looks so good and so beautiful!

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  4. Also....I actually did it! I made the cocoa packets from your blog!!! I used red and green M & M's instead of the candy corn and they turned out adorable! My sister-in-law made them too! Fun little Christmas gifts to give. Thanks for the idea!

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  5. Kim Heimbuck you are TOOOOO much. How in the world did you really make all this??? I love getting your blog but even more I truly know you exsist(is that spelled right??? not sure)and feel famous b/c we are friends from WAY back!! Merry Christmas to you and yours and give Heidi a special hug from me. :) Love, Marjean

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  6. You are a woman after my own heart! I LOVE all your party ideas and the cute names you come up with for the desserts. I do this too and people probably think I am silly... but who cares, it's so much fun. Great job. Love your posts!
    Merry Christmas

    ucfmom511@hotmail.com

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  7. OMG, so many treats!!! They look stunning and so delicious! Wow! What a wild party!

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  8. I wish I would have been invited to your party! (even though I don't know you and live in the south where we NEVER have snow)

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  9. I love all your ideas! Would love all the recipes. I look forward to your emails all the time. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  10. So fun to look at everything. Looks like it was a WILD time. I bet you had a blast planning it and having it. To bad that Christmas only comes once a year at your house. from,twobeatufilgirls

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  11. Wow!!! Great wild and crazy Christmas!!

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  12. This is one of, if not the absolute cutest themed dessert party I've seen in a long time and you are one talented person!! I wish I was your friend so I could've been there in person to see and taste it all! :) :) You are AMAZING. It must have taken you days to put this all together?? Bravo!

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  13. Love it. www.rockstarpartyplace.blogspot.com
    Would love to post on my site!

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  14. Very nice job!! I love love the raspberries with the chocolate...first time I see that! Very unique!! Are they just the chocolate chip morsels?

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  15. Please post the party on your site! And yes, they are just chocolate chips stuffed inside raspberries! YUM!

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  16. I'm going back again to enjoy a "Look Back".
    I'm completely lacking in trying to figure out what the plain cake balls are "studded" with to give that look. Is it a secret? Thanks.

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    1. I had to take a look back too! Really, I think that I made the cake balls with chocolate cake crumbs and added chocolate ganache. I didn't dip them in anything else and the ganache gave them the sheen! So happy you're taking a look back!! :)

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  17. Ohmygosh Kim, the table is stunning!!!

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