A little Christmas Cheer!

The best part of my newly revealed kitchen…the ease it lends itself to Christmas decorating… and Valentine’s Day as well I guess…but we have a few months until that event. The crisp white with touches of red only needs a few holiday elements to look polished, simplistic and classic. I may have to give away all my glitter and gold accents…just kidding. This Christmas my motto seems to be less is more. Hopefully I have managed to also evoke a feeling of a cozy, warm home because that is what I, and probably most of my readers, long for during these stressful times. Grab a cup of hot chocolate and come inside…

Simple (and free) greens in an antique Swedish dough bowl add a lot of impact. I love the simple red berry wreaths in the windows.

My Grandmother’s church was made for a beautiful snow cover and simple pine trees. An antique postcard finishes the vignette.

A Swedish Santa stands guard over vintage cookie cutters, waiting for the baking to begin.

But until that baking time occurs, we can enjoy the adorable gingerbread decorations…and the Santa as well!

And what says Christmas more than plaid…even cuter on a little Princess…singing on a hay bale!

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24 thoughts on “A little Christmas Cheer!

  1. Your kitchen is so festive with all the beautiful decorations that you have lovingly placed throughout. That Swedish dough bowl is divine. The Princess looks too cute standing on the hay bale, so pretty in plaid. Thank-you for sharing.

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  2. I love all the touches of red in your kitchen. The dough bowl with the greenery and red stars is a perfect centerpiece. Your daughter is adorable in her Christmas plaid pants!


  3. I smile every time I come to your blog! Life is so much about the small things. And yes, the plaid!!! My daughter and I have a favorite book that remains in our collection…Mad About Plaid. Sounds like you and your Princess might enjoy it also. Merry Christmas and love having you share at Fresh Market Friday Linkup!

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  4. I have to confess the best part of your blog is always at the bottom. Little Princess makes my day with her happy disposition. God bless you and may you have a wonderful Christmas.


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