I had this old window I had wrapped with string awhile back to hold pictures. It was cute, but it was ready for something new.
Today, it’s looking right at home as a Christmas old window picture in the kitchen, holding some antique kitchen utensils!
And here is the rest of my little winter wonderland kitchen.
The windows were lightly misted with spray snow, then decked out. The snow really made all the difference and looks especially awesome at night.
The plate and clipboard are hiding lamp cords and switch plates.
The theme is silver, hydrangea gold with a tiny splash of red.
I love the combo, it’s different!
Doesn’t this ornament look like a soap bubble? Fake snow was sprinkled inside a clear Christmas ball.
Here’s a neat little unexpected touch. A broken Christmas ball was scattered here and there, adding a touch of glitter in a unique way. Naturally, this is safe where little ones don’t tread.
And this little mouse is busy at work holding things together. I won this cutie awhile back from Inspired by Charm!
The evergreen garland along the top of the windows were branches strung together with twine.
I’m not generally one for shiny bling with all my rusty junk, however to honour Christmas, I added just a touch.
The little cranberry wreath was made by stringing cranberries through a wire. Cute and fast.
I think it’s just enough without being too much with a bunch of stuff in your way. It makes me want to bake! And that’s a major thing around these parts.
Have you done anything special to your kitchen, or did you bypass it?
See you tomorrow for Day 4!