Friday, December 2, 2011

Christmas kitchen 2011

Here is my kitchen decorated for Christmas..Only one tree in this room..its white with red and white candy cane ornaments .I used the red decomesh again for a garland, and for the tree topper.It sits on a wood crate in the corner.



One of my favorite decorations is the wreaths in the windows. Makes this room look so festive !

Still loving my vintage scale I got from ebay this summer..

Miniature Hallmark ornaments on this little tree

One of my fitz and floyd cookie jars in a metal tray with scraps from the real Christmas tree and some silver ornaments.Ball jars with those same ornaments and candles, with some boxwood sprigs tied on..

Another view of the wreaths at night.

Some of my rooster/ chicken collection spruced up for Christmas.I made the MERRY banner with my cricut and used pompom fringe to hang it.

The green santa dishes were a church rummage sale amazing deal ..12 plates, cups , and bowls for $15.00

The light abouve the kitchen table with garland , ribbon and candy canes

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17 comments:

Allyson Pecilunas said...

Your kitchen looks so pretty!! I am in the process of decorating mine. I just got some ideas from you! :) Love that tree its too cute

Pam said...

Love all your Christmas decorations - found you from Show and Tell Friday. Merry Christmas!

Melissa @ LoveBugLiving said...

So festive! Looks great!

Comeca Jones said...

I love love this tree that gingham star made me melt too sweet!

Katie@NFP and Me said...

Beautiful!! We have a white tree too and I never thought about doing it in Candy Canes. So pretty.

And those wreaths. Gorgeous! Love it all.

Sew Passionate said...

Wish I had room in my kitchen for a tree! Your kitchen is beautiful and I love the wreaths you hung in the windows. Great job!
Jules

Chrissy said...

Lovely!! I love the red and white tree!! I'm a new follower!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I love the red and white tree, just beautiful, among everything else. Love the candy cane idea, lovely. Merry Christmas. FABBY

Honey at 2805 said...

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Julia @ Hooked on Houses said...

It all looks so pretty! Love the wreaths on the windows. :)

Shelia said...

Oh, I've just loved seeing your pretty kitchen all decked out for Christmas. Being a Rooster fan, I loved your little gathering on top of your hutch! Darling!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Anne said...

I love how you incorporated Christmas into so many different areas of your kitchen!

andrea said...

I just love this little candy cane tree! The colors are so vibrant and retro! andrea@townandprairie

ps my comment didn't save at first b/c your word verification is turned on. I had this on for a long time, too, before someone told me. It makes it easier for people to comment if you disable it. I think it's on your dash. :)

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Love your Kitchen Tree! I have one too but I really love the white tree!!
I have signed up to follow you as i see we both have a lot of trees in our homes!!
Long lost cousins???

LOL!!

Hugs,
Debbie

Sharing with Sherri said...

All your Christmas decorations in the kitchen looks so adorable! I have a thing for Roo's and snowmen too!! I really love how you have the two wreaths hanging in your window too!

I'm your new follower! I hope you have a chance to come by and visit me too:)
Merry Christmas!

Maggie @ Midwestern {Sewing} Girl said...

I love the wreaths in the kitchen windows, too...;)

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

I love all of your gorgeous Christmas decor! The rooster collection is wonderful and your kitchen looks so bright and cheery too!
Cindy