On this section of the kitchen counter......
I have a rooster print, 2 little yellow chicks, and 3 floral chicken eggs laid in a nest.
Included in my vignette is a floral design that I already had on hand that I added a cow hide LOVE sign to. I used metal tape to attach a LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED print to the front of my floral container.
In the next section of kitchen counter I used the picture that I fell in love with at Hobby Lobby in my vignette.
Gather, Eat, Repeat
To tie my picture in with the earlier vignette, I placed 2 little white chicks and a nest of floral eggs in front of my picture.
The last piece I used in my vignette is an old metal chicken feeder that I bought at a yard sale several years ago.
Moving on to the stove top......
I created a vignette on my noodle board using a couple of pink roosters and the white barn that I bought in the Christmas section of Hobby Lobby at the beginning of the season.
This is the last section of counter in the kitchen......
The vignette I created on this section of counter carries on the chicken/Valentine theme I am using in the kitchen.
The Rooster has a ribbon on that says "kiss me hard" I put it on him so H will see it every morning when he gets his coffee....lol!
Love is all you need...right? PS....don't forget to love yourself too....
So cute Penny! I love the "but I'm a little chicken" phrase - makes me smike.ReplyDelete
I too loved the Gather - Eat - Repeat ! Glad you're back - got worried when we didn't hear from you - - - -:)ReplyDelete
We had chickens for a few years, omg enough to endear them to me. Yours are sweet.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year, Penny! Oh, no one puts together such cute vignettes as you! I'm a Rooster lover too and that little picture is darling! Your kitchen is just so pretty and bright! Here's to blogging with you in 2022!ReplyDelete
Be a sweetie,
This is a great idea Penny, but I love chicks and chickens anyway. Have a wonderful day!ReplyDelete
Penny, Hope you and Mr H are regaining your energy and on the mends. 2021 was not a good year for us older folks in many ways not just health. I pray we all have a better 2022.ReplyDelete
I LOVE, LOVE CHICKENS. When I was little I would play with the old hens. They would scratch up the dirt; it would fine and fluffy like a nest. They would settled down and cool off. When they got up I was in their dirt scooping it up for making mud pies. We had lots of fun together. They will talk to also when you are around them. Mother always had chickens when we lived on a farm. There is nothing like farm fresh eggs. My niece has a farm with lots of chickens, ducks etc. She has a duck that thinks she is one of the dogs and goes in the house with them at night. My niece says it is really funny to watch her.
Your little vignettes are so sweet and bring back wonderful memories.
Thank you for sharing with all of us.
Leona the old hens and I played together in the dirt. In the Summer they would scratch up the dirt and
I've so loved the black and white touches in your home the last year or two...so fresh and clean and still 'Farm'. That chicken pic is adorable! Hugs, SandiReplyDelete
Penny, you never disappoint with your gorgeous décor themes and adore the chicken and Valentines combo in the kitchen sweetie.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your kitchen vignettes at Create, Bake, Grow and Gather this week. I'm delighted to be featuring them at the party tonight and pinning too.
I love Chickens and grew up around them, and you have created the cutest decor around them. Thank you for sharing and omhgww, hope you will stop by again and share your upcoming posts.ReplyDelete
Lovely sweet vignettes. A lovely decorated space to spend time inReplyDelete