Cupcake's White Christmas

Cupcake Jenna

The Cupcake Elves have been hard at work on our holiday window display. Downtown Santa Rosa is having a window contest for the most cheery and creative window, and the Cupcakes are determined to win! While visions of sugar plums danced in your heads, we got to work.

We hung BUNCHES of various sizes and styles of snowflakes with fishing line from the ceiling and scattered fluffy snow on the floor to create a winter wonderland worthy of Santa himself. Then we hung twinkling white Christmas lights around the frames of the windows and added glittery letters spelling festive holiday phrases. The mannequins were outfitted in their holiday best, with lace, red faux fur, bowties... the works!

And if that wasn't enough, we needed a little something extra to secure those window votes. So, Cupcake Jenny made us our very own snowman! She made 3 layers of paper mache spheres, added a orange sparkly nose, black buttons, and arms of branches, and he came to life! She topped him off with one of our fabulous plaid fedoras and a cozy black scarf.

To get yourself into the holiday spirit, come on downtown and admire all of the wonderful holiday window displays and cast your vote! And make sure to spot by and check out Frosty the Snowman. To vote, go to Courthouse Square's Facebook Page and pick your absolute favorite.

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