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Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Kitchen Christmas Tree


I have a little nook in the kitchen that is just big enough to put up a small Christmas tree and it usually turns out to be my favorite tree in our home.    This year is no exception.....I love my Kitchen Christmas Tree. 


My kitchen is decorated in a farmhouse theme year round so that's the theme I used for my Christmas tree.


My tree topper is a metal stack of farm animals with their Christmas attire on......


I have a small red barn and colorful plaid balls on my tree......


Some black and white buffalo check ornaments and pillow ticking ribbon tied on a few of the branches.


I have my tree sitting on a big Farmhouse mail box.      I completed my Christmas tree vignette with a lit chicken and a couple of live poinsettia plants.


In the cubby of my Hoosier I have some Christmas sayings that I printed from Pinterest.....



I took down my black and cream toile curtains and replaced them with some fun farmhouse animal Christmas fabric.


I made some curtains for the window over the sink with this fabric and I also used it for a table runner in the family dining room.


On the little side wall of my nook,    I hung a metal North Pole Post and have a white standing mail box under it that is filled with letters to Santa.


I am running behind.....as usual.....and this is the only area of the kitchen that I have decorated for Christmas!     The kitchen counters look pretty bare now that all the Thanksgiving decor has been packed away.    Hopefully I can take care of that this week and have a kitchen Christmas tour ready to share soon!



14 comments:

  1. This is such a beautifully decorated area! Loving the tree and all the pretty ornaments!
    Ellibelle's Corner

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  2. Awl, Penny - you do it up so whimsical and fun. I mean, who knew there was Christmas barnyard animal fabric???? This post sure made me smile.

    Have a blessed Advent season!

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  3. love the tree Penny and how fun is that lighted chicken? so cute!

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  4. Cute! Getting ready to put up a tree!

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  5. I adore the plaid Christmas balls they pull the colors in the curtains out. Great job Penny.

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  6. Your kitchen tree is always my favorite, and this year is no different. Good luck on the rest, we are taking it slow and less this year, as no one will be visiting! Fun to decorate for just ourselves also! Sandi from FFavorites

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  7. What a cute tree, and how clever to display it in a mailbox! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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  8. Wow, I love the tree and the curtains! Awesome!

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  9. Those plaid ornaments are adorable. So is your tree. Your Hoosier cabinet is a beauty.

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  10. Penny, this is SO adorably fun for Christmas! I love the fabric and your ornaments on the tree. The mailbox is genius as your stand!

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  11. Of course I just love the farm theme! All the little touches are so sweet! Thank you for sharing with us at Embracing Home and Family!

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  12. Beautiful, Penny. Love your tree :)

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  13. I love your kitchen but the tree is adorable!! Im not putting up a tree this year but I have garlands, and small decorations on my tables.
    Have a lovely week!

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