Friday, December 16, 2011

Little Bit of Christmas In the Kitchen

Good morning to you all!

I am headed to my mom’s today with the kiddos for lunch!  HOORAY and Praise the Lord that she is feeling good during Christmas.

I have a few little touches of Christmas in the kitchen that I would love for you to see. 

Remember….simplicity was the key for me this year.

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My little one built this house for her mama to live in cause she knows how much I love sweets.


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Heading out the door.  Hope you all have a beautifully blessed day!

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24 comments:

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

That is a blessing that your mom is feeling good at Christmas time!! Your kitchen looks so pretty! I'm loving all the little pops of red spread around the room!

Prairie Girl Farm said...

Wonderful to hear your Mothers feeling better! :) Adore you simple Christmas decor! I've seen the creamy red/white string all over blogland, can't seem to find any! :( The cookie cutters in a jar is a super cute idea! I can just smell Christmas in your house!
XO~Ginger

outjunking said...

Love the galvanized buckets with greenery.
Merry Christmas,
Lisa

{northern cottage} said...

Ahhh so pretty!! Calm & farmhouse classic!

Blessed Serendipity said...

Everything looks so pretty. Your gingerbread house is so sweet.

Danielle

Nook & Cranny said...

I love your kitchen treasures. I have a few of those myself.
Happy Holidays
Michele

❀ JoAnne said...

I love all of your little touches, Amy! Sometimes the little things are the best decorations. I would love to live in a house made of sweets too!!

Pattie said...

I love your kitchen..thanks for sharing..

Blondie's Journal said...

I'm happy to hear your mother is doing well! The holidays are such a busy time. I am loving all of your simple touches. Very sweet!

Happy Holidays, Amy!

XO,
Jane

Anne Marie said...

that is the cutest picture of the gingerbread house...I would consider making that a Christmas card!!

you are so sweet btw....

NanaDiana said...

Love that little imperfectly perfect gingerbread house. The ones made by the kids are they best, aren't they? xo Diana

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

Oh I'm so happy your mom is having a good day Amy!! Have a lovely time with her today!
And how sweet is that little gingerbread house your little made for you!!!
My son made me a braided yarn key chain in school and gave it to me yesterday, he just couldn't wait until Christmas, and it really touched my heart! This was one of the things I truly looked forward to when I was pregnant with my children, their homemade gifts!!!
Take care.
Sincerely,
Melinda

Pam@OurAdventuresInHomeImprovement said...

I love all of your decorations! And the gingerbread house is so cute.

I'm glad your Mom is feeling good and hope you had a great time today.

Take care,
Pam

The Summer Porch said...

You have your simplicity look down to a fine art! I just love your blog.
So happy to hear your mom is feeling good for the holidays. All the best to her.
Enjoy your Christmas & the very best to you and your family in 2012.
Hugs Rosemary...xoxo

Debbie said...

Well, Amy, it's easy for me to pick my favorite part of this one. It's the little gingerbread house. I love that.

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Amy your Christmas touches look beautiful!!

Heaven's Walk said...

Praise the Lord for answered prayer, Amy! I'm so happy that your mom is feeling better for the holidays! :) You are such a blessing to her.

xoxo laurie

Becky C said...

Hoping you enjoyed a great visit with your mom! So happy she is feeling good this week.
I love your kitchen Christmas decor! The gingerbread house is so sweet! Still looking for an antique mustard jar like yours...
Miss you :)

raggygirlvintage said...

A gingerbread house on your vintage scale, brilliant!!
Tracey

Diane said...

And I love the simplicity you've touted this year! It exudes such warmth and comfort.

Christmas Blessings,
Diane

Mary Lou said...

Merry Christmas, Amy! And to your mom.

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

I'm glad your mom is feeling better. I just love visiting your blog. Your vignettes always make me smile.

saltbox treasures said...

Hi Amy,
Your home is beautifully decorated for Christmas!! I'm glad your mom is doing well.
Have a wonderful Christmas!!
~ Julie

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

Your simplicity certainly looks pretty! The little gingerbread home is so cute.