Hey! Here’s what happening in my kitchen. The mason jars have fresh cranberries and tea candles to light. I never have red in my house because, well, I just am not draw to it. But, during Christmas it feels okay.
I wrapped inexpensive ivory candles in green twine near the top half. Little details go a long way.
A big old urn can be transformed for every season. A staple.
My dear friend, Emily, used to always decorate with natural pinecones. They are inexpensive and just lovely.
Ready for my secret? All the holiday decor was found at Michaels Craft Store and Target! The key is to pick a concept, 2/3 colors and edit as you go!
Adrienne Boswell says
Beautiful! Love the shelf above your stove.
PS- do I spy red pepper jelly?! 😉 my fave!
does that include the moss wreath? where is that from please please?
Debra Hunter says
Love everything!!! Copied a few things! Thanks for the ideas. Hugs!
Deb G. says
Your bows are just perfect – perhaps the person privately messaged you to give a pointer on even more perfect bows without publicly criticizing. You have enough fans to be confident in your decorating and design skills 🙂
Love your kitchen. I was wondering if you chalk painted your cabinets? I really want to chalk paint mine, but am a little hesitant. Was wondering if you had any suggestions, pros or cons regarding that. So glad you are feeling better. God Bless!!