Monday, October 6, 2014

Halloween In The Kitchen 2014

Come on in !!It's time for Halloween in the kitchen ! I am not into the blood and guts type of Halloween , more the fun and whimsical !

 The table is set !  A Fitz and Floyd pumpkin and bowl are on display..

Lizzie Kate Halloween ABC is up on top of the shelf...
And now for my all time favorite Halloween stitching ..I couldn't find a frame to fit or anything to mount this Prairie Schooler Pumpkin Patch onto.. I was in Hobby Lobby and in the Christmas section there was this hanging metal tray. It was red with a design on it . So we spray painted it ! I used a magnet to mount the stitching to the tray just in case I want to use it for another stitchy project !
My son spray painted the tray for me and on accident he got some of the beads on the bottom .. I love how it looks ombre'! I added a burlap and homespun bow to the top chain and a berry pick..

 I will be back with more on the galvanized centerpiece tomorrow :)

 The roosters on top of the chalk painted hutch are surrounded with an autumn garland and a silver thrift store tray painted with chalkboard paint.
 The haunted house cookie jar on the hutch is from Debbie Mumm ..Old,Old,Old !



 I changed up the vintage scale vignette a little with some owl salt and pepper shakers from BHG at Walmart .. There is a little witch sticking out of the owl mug..

 The dining room got some Halloweening too .. I will be back in a couple days with that !

 Debbie Mumm dishes, on top of Dollar Store plates and chargers that I painted with chalkboard paint.
 I can't even tell you how much I love that stitching on the tray !
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17 comments:

Leslie said...

Love it!!!! I have those same Debbie Mum plates.. but I am missing a full set since i broke the cat plate a few years ago. : (
I love the bursts of color that you have going through the room.

Carol said...

Great orange and black decorating ideas, Priscilla--I especially like the way you've mounted that darling PS finish onto the black tray. Will have to keep that in mind :)

Michelle Hudson said...

Your home and decorating style is beautiful!! Can you come decorate my home? LOL!! I enjoy visiting your blog :)

Barb said...

Just wonderful! You find so many clever ways to display cross stitch!

Linda O said...

It all looks fantastic!!! Love how you finished the PS Pumpkin Patch, its just perfect. I love the orange and blacks of Halloween they just go so well together, don't they. I know Halloween is much bigger in the USA, than here in UK, but there just doesn't seem to be many decorations out here yet??? Christmas yes, loads, but not so many Halloween, or maybe I'm not looking in the right places, lol!!!
Have a great week xxxx

Judy in Carefree said...

Love your kitchen and love how overdone it is! It makes me so happy because I always try to squeeze in more things each year as I find more fun things to make!

Susan Freeman said...

What a fun room you have created! I love a happy and cheerful Halloween. One without all the blood and guts. Your room is charming!

Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

April's Homemaking said...

Wow! Great Halloween Kitchen, everything looks so fun, and the owl is wonderful! :)

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Oh my! I love everything you've done! Love those chalkboard chargers and the silver tray on top your cupboard. And how clever to display your stitchery on that metal tray! You are such a decorating inspiration!

April's Homemaking said...

I commented on this post earlier today, and wanted to come back and invite you to my Harvest themed linky party. I would like to invite you to share your fall posts to my 2014 Harvest Hop Linky Party. :)
http://www.aprilshomemaking.com/2014/10/2014-harvest-hop-link-up.html

Christine Graves said...

Beautiful fall touches...I am loving it!

thepaintedapron.com said...

It all looks great! My fav parts are the tiered galvanized stand full of all kinds of Halloween fun and the way you used the tray for the needlework!
Jenna

Jann Olson said...

Your entire home is so festive Priscilla! Love your cute chalkboard art and the tray is perfect for your stitch work. Love it! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

phylis said...

Oh my goodness, what a fun looking kitchen. I could sit and look at it for hours, just too cute. Love it!

phylis said...

I really like how you mounted your cross-stitch piece in the metal tray, very inventive. Your chalkboard is neat as can be, as well. Just love the entire room.

Deb said...

Love your chalk painted hutch. It must be fun to decorate for occasions.Your kitchen is so fun and inviting. Deb

Kathryn Ferguson Griffin said...

Priscilla, it's just darling! Thank you for sharing. You are one of the features at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Here is the link to this week's party. http://www.thededicatedhouse.com/2014/10/make-it-pretty-monday-week-117.html Hope to see you again at the bash! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse