Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Christmas Kitchen

I'm glammin' up my kitchen for Christmas.  

My first project is this cabinet that holds some of my glassware.  





It's a great spot to display something fun!  








The Christmas trees are made out of white card stock.  I'm planning a tutorial on how to make them including patterns for next week.



I made these handsome guys out of empty bottles.


  I found the inspiration for them in an old craft magazine.





One of the snowgirls is wearing my favorite Christmas quote...

"I used to be Snow White, but I drifted." -- Mae West


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74 comments:

  1. Love the birdie, bottled snowmen and the cardstock trees-looks like a winter wonderland!

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  2. I like your snowmen bottles, those are so neat!

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  3. That vignette is sweet, I love the way you have the plates displayed in an arch around it. Those snowman are really cute, that quote from Mae West has always been one of my favorites, she's as much fun today as she was back then.

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  4. I love the bottled snowmen. The whole vignette is so wintery!
    Lacy

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  5. Love this look! And especially the bell wreath!

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  6. I love the 'white, snowy' look! AND I want a tutorial on the bottles as well as the trees! They are too cute!

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  7. What a good idea, Nancy. I'll have to do a tutorial on the snowmen, too!

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  8. Love your snowgirls. What a great vignette!

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  9. I love the soothing colors of sage and white in your lovely, wintry vignette. Those bottles are adorable.

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  10. It looks great! I love those little snowman-they are just cute and comical! Love the Mae West quote too. She was quite the gal in her time, wasn't she? I am fond of several of her sayings but a few of them can't be repeated in polite company! lol Hugs-Diana

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  11. Hi Lindy! I like the scale! I went shopping today for white snowflakes and could not find any. Where did you get yours?

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  12. That's so cute, Lindy! I love those bottle snowmen, you should do a post on how to make them & link to Kate's craft party. Those are really adorable.

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  13. Love your little cabinet and cuties to go with it, Lindy. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. What a beautiful vignette for the kitchen! I love the little bird on the snowflake... adorable!!

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  15. Your kitchen decorations are so fun...I LOVE the bottle snowmen!!

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  16. Very cute...really like the white trees and your wonderful scale.(-:

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  17. I just love the bottle snowmen and the trees. Thanks so much for sharing. Can't wait for the tutorial on both of them. I just became a follower. Come by and visit me sometime. Blessings, Vicky

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  18. Lindy your Christmas kitchen is beautiful!!

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  19. Love it!!! Love the bottle snowmen and the trees are super fab. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. LOVE your snowpeople! They're so very cute! And your cardstock Xmas trees ... very crafty! It looks wonderful Lindy!

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  21. So fun and happy! Makes me smile. The snowmen are so cute. Love your brown transfer ware in the background.
    Cindy

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  22. Beautiful vignette! Looking forward to the tutorial on the trees. I've made several of those snowmen too....we must have the same old craft magazine :)
    Jane

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  23. So pretty! It looks festive and beautiful.
    ~Michelle

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  24. The snowman are adorable. Don't you love a white Christmas!! ;)

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  25. So cute!Those snowmen are adorable! And I love the quote! She definitely had a way with words!
    Oh, and your mantle is beautiful!

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  26. So fun and festive!

    I'd love to have you join Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  27. It looks beautiful. The snowmen bottles are fantastic!

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  28. Love the cottagey look. Love those bottle snowmen.

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  29. Your vignette is so creative. I love the snowman bottles!

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  30. These are lovely! Such inspiration and beautiful holiday decor! Great job here; I’m so glad I stumbled upon your post.

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  31. The little birdie on the 3-D snowflake is my favorite part!

    SMiles,
    Teresa

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  32. Hi Lindy! Im your newest, super inspired follower! Im LUUUUUUUUUUUVIN your blog! Everything is BEAUTIFUL! Those bottle snowmen are ADORABLE! I would LOVE it if you would visit my blog and 14 days of xmas trees...i have a giveaway you might like :) SO GLAD i found your lil slice of heaven here!

    blessings xoxokara

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  33. How darn cute!!!!

    I need that plate on the right it matches some cups and saucers I have. Is it brown or red

    Janice

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  34. I really like the snow people jars. I have that magazine. :)

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  35. I love the bottle snow men I shall never throw away a great bottle again. Looks like fun and quick craft. Happy holidays

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  36. I absolutely love your vignettes! So unique and pretty!!

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  37. You have to teach us how to make those snow bottle people. SO cute!!

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  38. Very cute ! I love the snowmen bottles - how creative and fun !!!!! It all looks wonderful !


    thanks for sharing,
    gena
    www.thehouseonlavenderhill.blogspot.com

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  39. Whimsical, fun, festive, bright, cheerful...all so terrific.

    My Show n Tell is a Holiday post. Something my Husband made and I painted; Last Year! Here is the Link for you. Do stop by if you get a chance.

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  40. Your snowmen are just adorable! What a fun project! They look so festive as part of your Christmas display. I just love all of your creative ideas!!

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  41. Very glam! I especially love your jingle bell wreath....I have part of one under my couch. Don't ask.
    I really like the color of your walls--please, what color is it?

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  42. The snowmen are so cute! Love your CHRISTmas deco! Georgeous!

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  43. Ha! Fun quote! I love the bell-wreath! LOVE IT!

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  44. Too cute! Great job on your Christmas vignette! :)

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  45. Very elegant decor ... love your hanging plates and snowmen are cute...
    Can you please spare a little bit of your time for me hope you enjoyed
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    Love
    Farah

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  46. I absolutely love everything about this display! Thanks for linking up to Beyond the Picket Fence's Under $100 Party.

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  47. What a sweet vingette! So many wonderful ideas. I adore the snowmen :D http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fdittledattle.blogspot.com%2F2010%2F11%2Fcopycat-challenge-giveaway-1.html&h=0a359

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  48. The little snowmen are so cute! The whole cabinet display is very pretty.

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  49. Hi Lindy! How darling! That is a wonderful little cabinet and how sweet the way you've decked her out! I love those little bottle heads! :)
    You're so good.
    be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  50. Lindo blog, já estou seguindo!
    Beijos!

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  51. Lindy,
    It's great! I love the frosty little snowfolk!

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  52. Your bottle snow people are adorable. I saw some at the barn sale I was at over the weekend. So fun and festive, Lindy!

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  53. So cute. I love the snowmen bottles. Very unique.

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  54. The cabinet was already gorgeous, but you made it more wintry so!

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  55. Oh, this is just so pretty and so fun. I love the use of the scale, and the bottle ladies are fabulous. Beautiful vignette. Thanks for linking to TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  56. Hi Lindy...

    Girlfriend, I just adore your beautiful kitchen cabinet all dressed up in Christmas!!! Ohhh...I am really loving this color theme that you chose...the brown, that pretty green, the white...all with the silver!!! Hmmm...sooo inspired...maybe I'll use some of these colors next year in my decor...I really do think it looks FABULOUS!!! Love the snowman bottles...they are adorable! Ohhh...and your brown transferware plates...simply divine!!! Thank you for sharing more of your gorgeous home with us!!! This was such a treat!!!

    Warmest Christmas Wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  57. Remarkable, Linda! What a fun project. You've created such a fun display. I love your snowmen, especially that "drifter". You are so clever. Thank you for linking to the Boardwalk Bragfest. This project is very special...as are you!

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  58. Now Lindy, you must tell us about this "reply" button next to the comments. I'm always looking for new toys for my blog and it looks like you discovered one. Are you able to reply to the comment directly from the comments section?

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  59. Thank you for linking up to "Amaze Me Monday" blog party. Hope to see you next week!

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  60. Your bottle snowmen are very cute....love that Mae West quote! Happy holidays!

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  61. These are so adorable...I'm stealing that Mae West quote for sure ;)

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  62. what great inspiration! I've got a small bookcase just like yours out in the garage...trying to figure out what to do with it... now I know! just beautiful!

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  63. Loving your white look for Christmas. Your snowmen are so cute and I love the Mae West quote on the one.

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  64. Great Christmas views! Your snowpeople are sweet, I made a bunch last year and gave as Christmas presents.

    Love the color palate of your post.

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  65. Love your wonderful snowpeople. Oh man. where the bottles frosted? Your mae west quote is great!

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  66. The snow people are precious, and I am excited to have your tutorial on the cardstock trees. I can so see them used in a wonderful tablescape. Thank you for sharing your charming vignette. Cherry Kay

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  67. Beautiful...and still love those trees!! -shaunna :)

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  68. LOvely vignette. I love those snowmen. What a neat idea!

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