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December 9, 2011

Kitchen Accents for Christmas

 My chandelier over the kitchen table
I hung it upside down on the chandi and
added ornaments, ribbon and faux berries
I used green tie wraps to hang the wreath
with. 
Just to the left of it is my chest of drawers
where I keep my table linens.
I found this village picture at Kirklands
and hung it here for the season.
I got the two trees at Michaels for
half off and added my lights and
a few red ornaments.
 This little church is adorable.  We saw it at
Menards (kind of like a Home Depot)
in the Christmas area.  The tree rotates on
it, there is a manger at the left corner and 
carolers on the steps.  
There are lights inside that twinkle and
change color.
This Putz styled street scene was a find at
T.J. Maxx.  It's battery powered and the 
lights inside constantly change, red, 
yellow, blue, green!
That was a bonus I didn't even know it did. 
 Cute isn't it!
 I added my own bottle brush trees in the 
rear and some faux snow which always 
makes the villages look so real!
 My tree next to the kitchen cupboards
it has cupcakes, ice cream cones, milk
shakes, kitchen tools, gingerbread
men and candy canes!

I'm kind of a geek about flying pigs
and had to stick one on the tree!
 The lights are actually little pine cones
but you can't really make them out here.
A little lighted box- another find at
T.J. Maxx this year!

I have some Santa Chefs too but I haven't 
gotten to them yet!  

I'm linking up with 
At The Picket Fence for Christmas in the Kitchen 
and
The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays 

8 comments:

  1. Pretty, pretty, pretty!! I just love your chandelier, and I love the village!!

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  2. I adore your village, Liz! Wow - how many Christmas trees do you have?!
    Enjoy your day,
    Wendi xo

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  3. Hi lovely lady.
    Your Chandelier is beautiful this was a great Idea !!! and your village with the houses is so sweet Liz. Also how many Christmas trees dooooooo you have ???
    I hope you have a wonderful day with your family.
    XXOO Diane

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  4. I love your paper village with the changing lights. I bought a lot of them and they sold first thing this year. Lovely. Richard from My Old Historic House..

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  5. So pretty. Love the way you treated the chandy!

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  6. I’m so enjoying seeing how everyone decorates their homes during this special season.
    Love how you have the snow falling on your blog!

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    Christmas blessings!

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  8. Great chandelier, but have to say you stole my heart with the wonderful village! Villages have such sweet memories for me. Lovely post. Happy Happy and a Merry Merry to you!

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