Kitchen Accessories - Take the Stress out of Hosting Christmas

26 Nov 2018

It’s been niggling at you all year and you’ve put it off spectacularly when suddenly it hits, Christmas is only a month away and it’s your turn to host. Where do you start, so much to organise! The last few blissful years of rotating Christmas around other family members is over and in no time at all the entire family will convene at your place, expecting the most magical day of joyous, festive celebrations. 

For some of us, Christmas can be a stressful time of year for many reasons, and hosting is no exception. Besides the pressure of delivering the perfect ham, tree and gifts, there are many other nuances to factor in like having to buy a new tea-set because your mother in-law only drinks from fine bone china or trying to remember if your nephew is vegan, or is he vegetarian now? Do we have a random Lee Childs novel lying around for Dad to “start reading” after he wakes from his nap?  Is Aunt Martha going to spike the punch? 

If it all gets too stressful just remember that things always seem impossible until they are done. Once you have made your list and checked it twice, the ball will start rolling and everything falls into place. On the actual day, everyone in the family will do their bit - taking out the bins, washing the dishes, vacuuming the living room and believe it or not teenagers really do have the ability to peel potatoes and whip up a Pavlova!

And if you’re looking to add that cherry on top, that extra bit of festive magic, Wallace Cotton has got you covered with our special collection of kitchen accessories in playful Christmas prints. No one can accuse you of not embracing the Christmas spirit! 
Twelve Caravans of Christmas embodies the classic laidback kiwi Christmas at the beach with super fun prints in a set of two tea towels.

Twelve Caravans of Christmas embodies the classic laidback kiwi Christmas at the beach with super fun prints in a set of two tea towels.
Eat Drink & Be Merry in a Christmas apron, while washing up with The Best Things In Life Are Sparkly tea towel set.
Store your Christmas ham with the help of Wallace Cotton’s Ham Bag, which cleverly includes a honey glazed recipe. Christmas Leftover Hint: For best use rinse your ham bag in a mixture of water and one tablespoon of vinegar. Wring out the bag then place the ham inside. Repeat the water and vinegar rinse every three days to maintain freshness. 
Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, put out your Wallace Cotton Santa Sack ready to receive some Christmas cheer. Available in two prints with cute quotes– Dear Santa I’ve Been Good All Year and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

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Wallace Cotton

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