So…yeah. That’s me in a nutshell.
That little cartoon is a precursor of what to expect from the rest of my holiday decorations.
Welcome to our very Merry Christmas kitchen!
Fun and whimsical in apple red and lime green is what you’ll find here!
A reminder to be joyful.
Snowmen measuring spoons found at Kirklands. Nope…don’t even use them. Just hanging around for me to smile at.
Snowman plate on the stove…again…gifted from the MIL. Cute elf shoe shakers from Kirklands. They really had some cute stuff this year. I hit the jackpot with some of their sales.
My mom gave us cookies in this plate last year. It’s just a plastic plate from the Dollar Store, but I think it’s so cute. I’m going to make it a tradition to give it back to her every year so that she can fill it up with her yearly loot! Sounds like a plan right?
Clearly, I am a fan of Christmas plates.
Buttercup, Dirty Betty, and LaFawnduh are still giving us plenty of eggs despite the cold weather.
How we do ’round these parts!
I made those little candlestick snowmen that you see hiding in the back.
This candle I shared yesterday.
We recently added this little cabinet here. I literally just hung those shelves last week. Love it!
Reindeer teapot is from my MIL…again. Hmm…she has good taste huh? I made the Happy Birthday Jesus Christmas Art.
A southern kitchen wouldn’t be complete without a few mason jars.
Deck the Halls plate and the other southern plate came from a cute antique store called Woodstock Market in Woodstock, GA. Be Merry sign is from Cracker Barrel. I made the little pompom garland. All I did was hot glue the pompoms to the red ribbon.
The breakfast table is ready for some milk and cookies! I actually did make some cookies…they just didn’t quiet make it to picture time. Oops!
I made this little centerpiece last year. Decided to add the cute little snowman ornament this year.
The white Christmas trees came from Lowe’s. Lowe’s also had a lot of cute stuff this year too.
These adorable snowman coffee mugs came from Hobby Lobby. I know…I went a little crazy. All that I have to say for myself is EVERY new thing I purchased was on sale.
Of course, I had to throw some garland over the window.
Plain garland filled with lights, mesh, ribbon, and ornaments!
The kitchen Christmas tree is, by far, my favorite tree this year. Just can’t help smiling every single time I look at it. I shared the DIY Christmas tree stand last week.
Whew! Are we in sensory overload yet?
What do you think? A little much? I hope so! Christmas comes once a year and this girl loves her some Christmas!
Oh yeah! Can’t forget to show you our blingin’ kissing ball!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Feel free to bring some cookies next time!
…unless you insist…
I often share with these amazing peeps…
DIY Project Parade @DIY Showoff
Overflowing With Creativity @It’s Overflowing
Think Pink Sunday @Flamingo Toes
Nifty Thrifty Sunday @Nifty Thrifty Things
Funday Monday @ Still Being Molly
Give Me the Goods @ Better With Age
Motivate Me Monday @ Keeping It Simple Crafts
Make It Pretty Monday @ The Dedicated House
Metamorphosis Monday @ Between Naps On The Porch
Tutorial and Tips @ Home Stories A to Z
Make The Scene Monday @ Alderberry Hill
The Scoop @ Confessions of a Plate Addict
Project Inspired @ Yesterday on Tuesday
Tuesdays Treasures @ Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Tweak It Tuesday @ Cozy Little House
From Dream to Reality @ The DIY Dreamer
Wow Us Wednesday @ Savvy Southern Style
A Little Birdie Told Me Link Party @ The Life of Jennifer Dawn
Down Home Bloghop @ Tilly’s Nest
Work It Wednesday @ Place of My Taste
The 36th Avenue Party Time @ 36th Avenue
Inspiration Gallery @ Craftberry Bush
Inspire Me Please @ Liz Marie Blog
Grace at Home @ Imparting Grace
Weekend Bloggy Reading @ Serenity Now Blog
Home Sweet Home @ The Charm of Home
Fabulously Creative Friday @ Jennifer Rizzo
Feathered Nest Friday @ The French Country Cottage
Weekend Wrap Up Party @ Tatertots and Jello
Frugal Friday @ The Shabby Nest
Fertilizer Friday @ Tootsie Time
Show and Tell Saturday @ Be Different Act