Monday, December 04, 2006

Christmas In Every Room , the Kitchen.

I just can't help myself when Christmas rolls around.I feel compelled to do just a little sumpin'-sumpin' every where. Heres my vintage X-mas aprons up as a window treatment.You can also get a load of my new quarts countertops and drop in sink!The little red tree is an advent puzzle for the girls to count down the days.
My donkey collection gets a "shiny bright" cargo and a little santa love!
This marvy tin sign was a day after Christmas Target score! I've paired it with a couple of my tin cannisters,and a thrifted snowpair of salt and pepper shakers.
More decor to come!

9 comments:

Heidi said...

Love the aprons as window treatment. Very creative!

AnastasiaC said...

I love those christmas aprons!! great way to display them - the room looks FAB!

Peta said...

Love it! Your kitchen is the same colour as mine was in our last place!

VaxGirl said...

The aprons are fabulous! I love the idea of usign them on the windows.

Timothy Hogan said...

*heavy sigh* You're decorating for the season with your lovely collectibles and the help of your children (I was careful not to have you "decorating with lovely collectibles and your children" although the image makes me giggle) while I combat Redneck-ism, Redneckedness, Rednecko-terrorism and contemplate the nature of fear.

I LOVE THE HOLIDAYS! Kisses!

Sis Boom said...

I love your christmasy blog!!thanks for stopping by
you rock..Best to you this holiday season...

Coleen said...

What a cute idea to use aprons like that! Ab-so-fab! :)

StephenMosher said...

I would love to know what your hubby is thinking around all this colourful redecorating! He is so conservative and you, so free spirited. Has any of you rubbed off on him during this last decade plus of marriage?

xoste

Jenn said...

I enjoyed seeing all your lovely decorations. My mother has stockings similar to the felt one(although less beaded) that came from Germany in the 50's. Just wonderful. And my grandmother was named Hattie too. Grandmotherly names are back (Hannah, Emma, Zoe) but Hattie has yet to make it's comeback.

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