I'll let the pictures be worth my usual 1000 words for this post.
I just wanted to share some sights from the kitchens in my corner of the world.
Pretty much, we all keep the same themes in our kitchens every year.
If you like it, why change it?
The Farm Sister has nutcrackers
This shelf could actually have been part of the copy cat challenge as well. She saw something like it a few years ago in Southern Living and decided to make herself one just like it.
I have snowmen in mine
OK, there's one Santa on there, too.
I use that cookie jar to keep track of all Christmas receipts.
I keep my cookies in tins.
I pretty much showed my snowman table last year in THIS post. No need to show it again.
The only thing I changed was the centerpiece.
This year, I'm using this Frosty hat.
and a simple poinsettia in a green tin bucket.
I keep it set for the month of December.
I have no idea what fell on that plate...
And yes, we eat there.
We actually use white cotton napkins instead of these snowflake ones, though.
To be honest, I don't want them to fade from over use.
More snowmen for the walls
For the Duchess,
it's all about the edibles.
Wreaths for the pantry doors
I showed her sugar plum tree last year,
but I didn't show the topper.
A slow scan down the tree....
Some were purchased, but most of it was just made over the years.
I'm pretty sure those gum drops are petrified by now.
Her centerpiece is made with red hots and apples.
Yes, I copied my candy cane candlesticks
And that's it for tonight.
Do you have a theme for your kitchen?
Sharing on Tablescape Thursday
and At The Picket Fence for the Kitchen party
because those two sisters are always partying.