The table in the kitchen is all set for breakfast on Christmas morning.
I picked up this cloche at HobLob (with coupon a of course!) a long time ago, but this is the first time I’ve ever used it. Obviously, it was easy to decorate – kosher salt for snow and a Santa tree topper sitting in the middle.
I used my much loved Mikasa Italian Countryside dishes as the base for the place settings. The crisp white of the dishes looks so pretty against cheery red placemants.
Matching red cloth napkins were wrapped with green polka dot ones, held together with candy cane napkin rings.
Most of the dotted and striped dishes came from Walmart a couple of years ago. When I saw them, I snapped up everything they had left. The rest of them were picked up here and there.
The Santa and his stove salt and pepper shakers are Fitz and Floyd. Love me some Fitz and Floyd!
I put together a collage of each of of the place settings, but the pictures were too wide, so here’s an individual pic of each one.
On the island, I used my Fitz and Floyd Santa cookie jar and decorated a small tree that I already with little red ornaments and some ceramic spoons that I picked up last year at Caryl’s Christmas Shop.
The vignette in the corner that you can see beyond the one on the island includes another Fitz and Floyd
Santa – this one is holding a chalk board that my granddaughter, Miss M, wrote a message on. I had the platter made a couple of years ago at a local home decor shop.
Across the kitchen, I just have a few Christmasy dishes on display.
The last vignette in the kitchen are these snowmen and a wreath above my kitchen sink.
I scattered some small ornaments on the window sill with the snowmen for a little added interest.
The wreath is made from a piece of leftover garland twisted together. I thought the gingerbread looking ornaments were perfect for my kitchen.
One of my favorite purchases this year, is the apron hanging on the side of the refrigerator. I found it at Ace Hardware of all places. Can you read what it says???
Merry Christmas Y’all from my Christmas kitchen to yours!!!
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