Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Kitchen Reds

The last two days have been insanely crazy. Tragedy struck when I lost my 2 page grocery list while in the store yesterday. Had to rewrite the list and go back again tonight after working around a doctor's appointment  and Casey having her wisdom teeth removed! Ouch!

With all that being said, I thought I would just share some remaining photos of my kitchen...





























Hope your days are slowing down and you are getting to reflect on the joys of this wonderful season!

Merry Christmas!

Linking to Rednesday!











9 comments:

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Cute, cute, cute! It's so fun to peek into all your displays!

My husband does the shopping but I make the lists. It's pretty funny what he comes up with sometimes but losing my last minute list that I'm still working on would NOT be funny!

My Vintage Mending said...

Gorgeous. It never dawned on me to put sprinkles in the pans....oh my goodness. I pin so much off your site I need to put a board together a board named Steadman's Corner. Merry Christmas...Renee

Sarah ~ Magnolia's Attic said...

Oh my! Losing your 2 page grocery list -- in the store....that means someone else is making your recipes!! Love all the sweet displays in your kitchen!
Dropping by from Rednesday!

Mom Walds Place said...

Wow, you survived the store... a second time, and have a miserable kiddo, and you still took time to share with us! The Christmas sprinkle photos are wonderful!

Mary said...

Festive reds everywhere, wonderful! Merry Christmas!

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

it looks so cozy and warm! love all the festive touches!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Looking at all those luscious reds should help to keep your mind off all your medical woes. Merry Christmas!


RED HAT

Red hat, I am lonesome.
Red hat, are you free?
Red hat, please consider
Coming home with me.

I need a companion,
One who’ll warm my head;
I think you’ll do nicely,
Hat of brilliant red.

You’re the warmest color,
Not like blue or green—
Red hat at the vendor’s,
Red hat, you’re my queen.


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Artisan in Red

Lynn said...

Oh my gosh!!! Please come to NC next year and help me decorate!! I would never have thought to do the sprinkles in pans or the red foldable shelf thingie! So cute!!! Love, love, it!!
Hugs,
Lynn

Lynn said...

Sandie,
Can you share how you made the bulltin board that all the vintage cards are in? I just love that and have to make several. I won several auctions this year on ebay of old vintge Greeting cards. I won one lot of 4 boxes of new and unused as well as used cards!! Another batch came today!! Some of these are flocked!! OMG! Christmas postcards from 1929!! I can't imagine there were lots to be Merry about in the Christmas of 1929!!! But people still celebrated amazing!!
Hugs,
Lynn