12.20.2012

The Kitchen

I shared the breakfast room table all ready for a big family Christmas breakfast and now here are a few festive touches added to the kitchen.



 Bessie got a nice necklace of red ornaments to make her feel pretty.

 A fresh rosemary plant is wrapped in burlap and tied with a gingham bow and it sits in a basket tray filled with ornaments.


 This gingham bow is really a chain or cord cover that I had tucked away.

This fresh rosemary smells so good and I have trimmed it several times.


Tiny grain sack stockings from Dreamy Whites added to the canisters.

 Hot cocoa anyone?




Tomorrow is my favorite room decorated for the holidays.

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38 comments:

  1. So cute Kim. I love your Bessie. You need to bring your Bessie over to meet my Buck so we can produce a few little Buckettes. haha Can't wait to see your fave room. xxoo (sent you a message on fb, btw)

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  2. Very pretty, Kim! Can't wait to see your favorite room.

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  3. Love your Bessie and your backsplash and granite. What a beautiful home!

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  4. So pretty and festive Kim. I love it.

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  5. Love your kitchen and those stockings on the canisters are precious! Bessie is looking very festive!
    -Shelley

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  6. Your home takes my breath away Kim - and your kitchen is just gorgeous!!!
    The perfect amount of decorating - I could take a lesson or two from you!
    Merry Christmas,
    Suzan

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  7. Love Bessie's "necklace", Kim. Merry Christmas!

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  8. Love it Kim! Bessie looks very festive! Your kitchen is always so pretty! Have a Merry Christmas!

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  9. So much to love, Kim. The little grain sack stockings, the vintage look snowman with the wreath, and the cow head ornament necklace.

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  10. Bessie looks very pretty Kim! Your whole kitchen looks great!

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  11. Your kitchen is beautiful. I love those mini stockings! Too cute!
    Allison

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  12. Very pretty kitchen Kim. Love Bessie.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  13. Your home just makes me smile. I love all your special touches.

    Lucinda

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  14. You know.. if you keep showing me that snowman, I'm going to have to go cat burglar on you and swipe it right?

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  15. Kim I love your kitchen. The decorating you did is awesome. Love the Hot cocoa station. I did one too and I love it!
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  16. Your kitchen is so pretty all decked out for Christmas.Yes Bessie looks sweet too!
    xx
    Anne

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  17. So many nice touches! Love the burlap wrapped rosemary plant. And I am very partial to Mason jars right now...the red bulbs in that jar is also a wonderful idea. Your kitchen looks very Christmas-y. Merry Christmas!

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  18. Mr. Snowman is so cute! Caught my eye in your last post. Love all your festive touches in your kitchen.

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  19. I love Bessie's ornament necklace and the sweet little stockings on the canisters are such a fun touch!

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  20. Oh I love it all. Bessie is fabulous and I love the wonderful scale and santa. So pretty. Hugs, Marty

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  21. Bessie is fabulous up there presiding over the kitchen. I like all those scales too. If I am not back have a Merry Christmas with your family. Olive

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  22. That little snowman scene made my heart sing. Merry Christmas to you and your family Kim.

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  23. Your kitchen looks very charming with the vintage touches sprinkled throughout. Love Bessie's necklace and the little stockings on the canisters!

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  24. Love the necklace the cow is wearing. How darn cute. And the bird in the rosemary is perfect, along with the gingham ribbon. Very festive!

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  25. I love your Christmas kitchen, Kim! I'm pretty sure I see Bessie smiling from the holiday bling you gave her! The rosemary tree is so lush ... the burlap is a wonderful touch, and I love the little stockings! Merry Christmas!

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  26. I love that cocoa stand, beautiful.

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  27. I love the ornament necklace! So clever and cute!!!

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  28. Hi Kimmie! Oh, I love your kitchen and probably love it most decked out for Christmas! Love Bessie and her new necklace! ;) Everything is gorgeous. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  29. Love what you did with the cow Kim. You always have such great decoration ideas.

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  30. So many lovely things to look at! I love Bessie's necklace and all the burlap touches. Merry Christmas!

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  31. I love Bessie's necklace...what a great idea!...and the stockings on the canisters are so very cute...you really outdid yourself in the kitchen...so many great vignettes...you do things to perfection!!

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  32. I love your thoughtful touches! The red bulbs and mini stockings are my favorite... think I need to copy a few in my kitchen next year :-)

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  33. Kim,

    Your kitchen looks fantastic, I love Bessie and I love the necklace too cute. Your kitchen looks beautiful and so festive and warm. Rosemary never works in the house for me for some reason.

    Cynthia

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  34. Oh I love it Kim. It is so very Cheery, I do believe you have DECKED the Halls :) Even the canisters have stockings on them, so cute!!
    Angelina

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  35. Everything is perfect Kim:) Love Bessie's new necklace and I like what you did with the little stockings from Dreamy Whites. The small potted trees or plants look so festive .. I like the burlap wrap!

    Happy holidays!

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  36. Hi everthing looks so nice...I pinned a couple of your pictures...Where did you get the platter that says pure butter I would love one Thanks Frances

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  37. I love everything you've done in here. The ornament necklace for Bessie just makes everything. Now I'll definitely have to get mini grain sack stockings since I've seen you use them on your canisters. Would have never thought of that.

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