|Welcome to Christmas in the Kitchen. I added a new tree this year. It's another skinny tree. My Mother in law's vintage cookie cutters were my inspiration for the kitchen decor this year.|
|I have been using this large cloche for awhile now. It's a fun piece to seasonally decorate.|
|I made these tags using the Woodworker's transfer tool. It' so easy! Just reverse a toner based copy and" iron" it onto the wood using the transfer tool. The transfer tool can be purchased at Amazon. I have a tutorial on using this tool here. This tool can be used on raw wood, painted wood, fabric, terracotta and cork. A Lapin Life also has many posts on the uses of this transfer tool.|
|In keeping with my vintage theme I chose a vintage scale and cutting board. A Friend gave me this wonderful Spode cookie jar; I just love it because it matches my Christmas china.|
|This lower half of a hutch provides extra storage for the kitchen. I painted it here|
|This tool box contains my Mother's cookbook and a small rolling pin. The musical Santa is from my childhood.|
|This Christopher Radko cookie jar, salt and pepper and ornament are reminiscent of vintage ornaments.|
|A wee Christmas vignette|
|Another wee vignette- with a tiny red truck from Target.|
The china cabinet and pantry- sorry this photo isn't great.
|A close up of a Christmas garland that wraps the cabinets.|
|A simple garland and red beads are added to the chandelier.|
My Mother in Law's vintage cookie cutters that inspired the new tree.
I added family pictures of Christmas past, in the kitchen, to this tree.
|Thanks for stopping by Christmas in the kitchen!|
Savvy Southern Style