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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Come on into my Christmas Kitchen...Post #1

Hello and Welcome my Friends!

I have decided to share my Primitive Christmas Bakery Kitchen in two seperate posts..
This post will cover just about everything except the Stepback Cupboard.
I went a little Picture Crazzzy (way to many, so I'll share that tomorrow)

The Stovetop

Pottery Bowl with a Primitive Gingerboy
Icy Berries, Greens & Cookie Cutters

~Lighted Vintage Sieve~
Poinsettias
Vintage Kitchen Gadgets
Greens & Candy Pick

Hello says the Gingerbread Tree Topper
~Kitchen Tree~
all Gingers, Ribbon, & Cookie Cutters
tucked into a Crock full of Pinecones

The Lil' Red Cupboard
Santa is a Kentucky Primitives pattern, with my twists


Fridge top Gathering
Metal Pie Safe


Holiday Cheeseboxes in the Windows

Crock filled with Greens
Rolling Pins, Mashers, Ladels

My beloved Old Table
(you know my favorite)
Tin Mold with Apple Gourd, Waxed Pears and Reindeer Moss
Old Bottles with Cedar, Rosemary and Ground Pine
Prim Snowman on Boardboard

Thank you some much for visiting my
Christmas Kitchen

Let's bake some cookies!
Traci

21 comments:

  1. OMG,where to start? The lighted sieve is really unique to do, and it's so pretty, the ginger tree topper is a chubby little thing, and the one on the Christmas tree with the chef's hat and apron is too adorable. Every picture is a feast for the eyes, lovely, lovely. I want to see that stepback cupboard!!
    Warm Holiday Wishes,
    Susan

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  2. Oh my STARS and GINGERS! I just LOVE GINGERS and you CHristmas Kitchen. LOVE!!
    Love & JOY
    Trace

    www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

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  3. Traci, Just love how you have mixed all the christmas items among your primitives in your kitchen. My favorites are the gingerbread guys, love them. Take care, Vicky

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  4. Oh Trace, it is all so beautiful. I love it all so much The kitchen tree,and all the gingers. It is like a storybook unfolding...love it, love it, love it!!! Lotsa hugs,
    Linda

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  5. My Goodness! Everything is sooo Beautiful! Love all your displays. You have a beautiful home!

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  6. Love your Christmas kitchen! So warm and festive. I adore the gingies!

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  7. Good Morning Traci~

    Love your Christmas kitchen. Everything looks so festive. Love it all!!

    Have a wonderful day~Becky

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  8. Oh it looks Beautiful Traci! I love it! Love all the gingerbreads!

    Carmen and the Primcats

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  9. Traci, once again, beautiful!! And I love the lights in the old sieve, I would never have thought of that! Off to dig mine out and light it up, thanks so much and can't wait to see your stepback cupboard! DEb

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  10. Hi Traci, LOVE your Christmas kitchen!! Everything looks great.... looking forward to seeing the stepback all decorated up!!

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  11. A Beautiful Christmas Kitchen! Full of warmth and winter cheer! Love it!

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  12. Traci, I hope you know you're giving me loads of ideas. I would love to have your imagination for Christmas :-) topped with a red bow please... lol.
    Everything is grungy gorgeous and prim pretty!
    Hugs~Carol

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  13. Traci, such wonderful prim pictures. Everything is so pretty. Love all the gingerbread men. I only have 2. I sure need to get busy and do me some. Love them this year. Can't wait to see the stepback. You have a knack for decorating. Hugs
    Angela

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  14. aww. your christmas kitchen is soo cute!! I wish I had your knack for decorationg!!

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  15. Ohhh I love your Santa. Are you still making him???? Katie

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  16. Your kitchen looks wonderful! I wish I were finished decorating,Tomorrow is my last chance before Christmas day. Thanks for sharing some more inspiration. Love the pine in the bottles, I have about 50 of them sitting on the shelves over my doors in the kitchen....who would have thought pine would look so cool in them!
    Wanda
    Olde Crow Mercantile

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  17. You, my friend, have a magical prim touch - everything you do is just amazing. I don't even know where to begin commenting....you sucked the words right out of me - and believe me, that doesn't happen often. That sieve though will be giving me fits - think I have to find me one of those... ;o) Smiles & Holiday Hugs ~ Robin

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  18. Oh Traci!!!
    So Many Beautiful Prim Things!!!
    Prim Blessings
    Robin

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