Sunday, November 19, 2017

Thankful Treats!

Here at More Than Paper, we have so much for which to be thankful!  One of our annual traditions to begin celebrating Thanksgiving week is to make Chocolate Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats!  Someone shared this recipe with us years ago, and we have been enjoying making them for more than 18 years!  These are so adorable and are enjoyed by young and old alike!



Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats

Ingredients:
24 Chocolate-striped shortbread cookies (such as Keebler Fudge Shoppe cookies)
12-oz. package of chocolate chips (milk chocolate or semi-sweet)
24 large marshmallows
1 tube of yellow decorators frosting with small piping tip

How to prepare:
1. Set the chocolate-striped cookies stripes down on a wax-paper-covered tray.
2. Melt the chocolate chips in a microwave or double boiler (if microwaving, use approx. 20 sec intervals and be sure to mix the chips in between each heating).
3. One at a time, stick a wooden toothpick into a marshmallow, dip the marshmallow into the melted chocolate, and promptly center it atop a cookie (I scraped the bottom of the marshmallow a bit with the back edge of a knife to remove excess).
4. Using a second toothpick to lightly hold down the marshmallow, carefully pull out the first toothpick.

5. Chill the hats until the chocolate sets, then pipe a yellow decorators' frosting buckle on the front of each hat.

6.  Keep refrigerated until ready to eat!

Need some great personalized napkins or platters to use for serving these wonderful treats?  Here are some ideas:

Personalized Napkins
Personalized Napkins - Thankful

Personalized Melamine Platter

Boatman Geller - Personalized Melamine Platters (Herringbone Chocolate)



Monday, January 12, 2015

Get Organized for 2015

When the holidays are over, do you get a surge of energy to organize like we do? A new year and we turn over a new leaf.  This is going to be the year we REALLY get organized. More Than Paper makes it easy (and kind of fun!) to get all of your appointments, work schedules, sports schedules, grocery lists, to-do lists, and more with a variety of calendars and agendas. Check out some of our favorites for 2015!

This stylish design by Boatman Geller is an all time favorite of ours. Personalize it with each member of your family and write down happenings for the week so everyone is on the same page.

Boatman Geller Calendar Pads - Chevron Sunflower (#CALP6)

One of the best prices out there for an agenda, don't forget about Reminder Binder. Only $7.49 for an entire year of planning!


We love this chore chart. It's perfect for getting the kids organized, too.

Chatsworth Robin Maguire - Calendar Pads (Chart O'Chores - Calendar Pad) (DS-10-813-01)
Organize the sports, school, and after school schedules with a personalized agenda for kids

Chatsworth Robin Maguire - Calendar Pads (My Schedule - Calendar Pad) (DS-10-803-01)
How handy is this carpool schedule

iDesign Weekly Calendar Pads - Bargello Pink (ID_WEEKLYPAD_18_PINK)

This is perfect for keeping track of after school activities

iDesign Weekly Calendar Pads - Diamonds Pink (ID_WEEKLYPAD_17_PINK)

More Than Paper has a huge selection of organizers and agendas, so be sure to check them all out on our website! Happy Organizing from More Than Paper. 

Monday, December 29, 2014

New Year's Eve Style!

New Year's Eve celebrations take on many different forms. For some, the celebration is a big, glitzy night out. For others, it's a quiet night on the sofa watching Ryan Seacrest and the ball drop.  Or maybe it's a celebration somewhere in between. In whatever way you choose to celebrate New Year's Eve, be sure you do it in style! More Than Paper brings you style ideas from around the web for New Year's Eve 2014. 


Friday, December 19, 2014

Christmas Tablescapes

With Christmas less than a week away, those that celebrate the holiday are in a frenzy everywhere! In addition to doing the shopping and spreading holiday cheer, many families also host elaborate dinner parties for family and friends around this time. Are you one of them?  How do you decorate your table for Christmas dinner parties? 

We rounded up some of our favorite ideas on the web for decorating your Christmas dinner table. From formal and fancy, colorful and whimsical, traditional and modern, there are ideas for everyone here. Be sure to hop on over to these blogs to learn more and watch tutorials. We've paired each tablescape with a coordinating invitation found at More Than Paper



 Paper So Pretty - Invitations (Wild Christmas Cocktails)


Paper So Pretty - Invitations (Red and White Bow on Swirls)


William Arthur Holiday Invitations - Scarlet and Gold Round Cornered (#28-106484)


Blue Mug Designs - Santa Hat

Tell us your plans to decorate here or on our Facebook page and share your favorite ideas! Merry Christmas from More Than Paper!


Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Hostess Gifts

This time of year, we are busy running around from party to party. We're celebrating the season with co-workers, friends, families, and neighbors. There sure are a lot of parties to attend! It's crucial that you bring a hostess gift when attending, especially when the party is catered or completely hosted (meaning you weren't asked to BYOB or a potlucks dish. You should not show up empty handed.)  At More Than Paper, we think a personalized gift is a really great way to thank your host and, of course, we have plenty of those! 

Though we have shown seasonal favorites, these ideas below work all year long.  Choose from ornaments, recipe boxes, candles, desktop calendars, personalized notepads and coasters as some of our favorite hostess gifts! 




Find these great products below: 

  1. Ornament
  2. Ornament
  3. Recipe Box
  4. Candle
  5. Desktop Calendar
  6. Notepad/ Notepad
  7. Coaster Set
Shop all of our gifts for hostess at More Than Paper