My Christmas Kitchen

Wednesday, December 1, 2010
I love my kitchen. I do. It isn't up to many people's standards, but for me it is the heart of our home and frankly where I spend most of my time. The cabinets, counters and oven (my old oven) are original to the home. Circa 1958. The cabinets are solid maple and as sturdy as ever. Of course I have my dream kitchen in my mind. One that is built in the Salt Box Farmhouse I am sure I am meant to own someday, but for now I am content. That is my motto this year contentment. I am happy for what I have. I think this economy has reminded a lot of us of what is important. So just want to share some pics of my kitchen that is my cozy haven.

 My candy tree.

 I love to collect rolling pins and here are some of my red ones.

 The recipe card is my mom's sugar cookie recipe. She passed away nine years ago so I treasure anything with her beautiful handwriting on it. I decided I'm going to frame it and hang it in my kitchen after I copy the recipe of course.

 Picked up these cute cherry ornaments at the thrift store for a $1 for both. Thought they were so cute.

Blessings from my kitchen. Right now I am in my kitchen folding laundry and blogging. Thanks to all who leave me such nice comments. I can't believe anyone would ever even see my blog never the less comment on it. It is such a wonderful positive thing in my life and I enjoy visiting my favorite blogs daily and finding new ones. I guess you could say I'm addicted. I can think of worse things than homemaking/decorating blogs to be addicted to. 


~~Carol~~ said...

I like your attitude of being happy with what you have! I think it's the secret to happiness, don't you? Your kitchen looks so cozy and welcoming, and your tree is very sweet! And I love the idea of framing your Mom's recipe card. What a wonderful keepsake to have!
Happy REDnesday!

craftyles said...

What a wonderful post. I love some of your cute kitchen items. It's true-the kitchen is the heart o0f the home. Great idea framing your Mom's recipe card. I know that it is treasured.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Your kitchen is so cute all decked out for the holidays. I love the vintage items you have. Thanks for joining the party!

Sherrie said...

Your kitchen looks warm and cozy. I am sure your family has some wonderful memories there. Thank you for sharing.

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Your candy tree is so charming! I have got to get my Christmas out! Now!

Now, let me go through my list of what I find charming in your kitchen: green glasses, rolling pins, cherry ornament ($1? Life is not fair!), little red plate behind the gingerbread man, and the best - your mom's sugar cookie recipe! What a warm and welcoming little spot you have there. Thanks for sharing!

The Tablescaper said...

I'm so sorry to be visiting so late, but life is just beyond busy these days.

Thanks so much for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

Bonnie@Creative Decorating said...

What a cute Christmas kitchen!!! I love all the rolling pins! I have a HUGE oak one that my mom got from the Army surplus store after WWII! It reminds me of what you would see the cartoons running after someone with a rolling pin!

Great job!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

What a darling Christmas Kitchen!!
Everything is just too cute!!
Love that sweet tree!!

Debbie @ A Debbie-Dabble Christmas

bj said...

Such a cute Christmas kitchen.
Be sure to link it with House in the Roses on Monday, 6th. She is having a Show Your Christmas Kitchen party. Not sure if it's a link or you need to send her a photo....might want to ck.
xo bj

Precious said...

Contentment is definitely the way to live. Your kitchen is adorable. I can learn a lot from you. Thanks for sharing.

Mica said...

that is one of the sweetest Christmas kitchens I have seen...thanks for sharing..Mica

Carolyn said...

You have such pretty Christmas details in you kitchen!
I have to agree blogging is addictive!!!

Take care,

The Tablescaper said...

Love the idea of framing the recipe with your Mom's handwriting. I have a few recipe cards that were my grandmom's. You've inspired me.

- The Tablescaper

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