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This is part two of my Christmas Home Tour – my kitchen! Make sure you take a look at my last post, the Christmas porch and entryway, and stay tuned for how I decorated my desk and dining room!
I have been looking forward to sharing my holiday kitchen decor with you, and I am so happy with how it all came together!
The kitchen is the heart of every home, but sometimes it can be tricky when trying to make it welcoming and festive for the holidays.
I’ve come up with some ideas that I think are perfect, and I hope it gives you some ideas, too!
I’m a part of the Homemade Holiday Inspiration series! Several talented bloggers are sharing their holiday decor.
Scroll down to the bottom of the post to see all the links to see some AWESOME decor.
Don’t you LOVE this Mrs Claus bake shop sign? I designed it and had it custom painted for my kitchen.
This is now a printable that you can purchase.
The printable Mrs Claus bake shop package is sold here .
This can be printed out on your home printer or printed at the print shop. It comes in tags to add to baked goods or a smaller poster size to create a poster. So cute!!
Don’t you love these Christmas tins? They are beautiful!
I got them at Rod Works here in Utah, and it’s one of my favorite places to shop for home decor all year round.
They have fantastic seasonal decor, but gorgeous things throughout the year!
How cute are these Christmas cookies?!
I can’t get over how darling they are! My amazing friend Natalie made them!
Check out Sweet Shop Natalie to see more of her delicious work!
This adorable sign among MANY other cute things in my house came from Rod Works!
I absolutely love all of their decor but their Christmas decor is definitely my favorite.
You can also find some darling vintage Christmas decor vintage Christmas decor items online.
Aren’t these little touches adorable? Mrs. Claus’ kitchen would definitely need some special recipe books!
You can be inspired by these amazing Christmas decorating ideas from fellow bloggers –
String Art Christmas Tree from Domestically Speaking
Christmas Front Porch from Hoosier Homemade
DIY Chalkboard Banner from Marty’s Musings
Easy Farmhouse Christmas Mantel from Sondra Lyn at Home
Elegant Christmas Mantel from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Farmhouse Christmas Tree from Design Dazzle (that’s me)
I am thrilled with this easy advent calendar! Remember this hidden TV chalkboard that I did during my kitchen remodel? It’s so useful and I love how the advent calendar looks on it! It’s the perfect finishing touch to my Christmas kitchen!
See more of my Christmas Home Tour!
Kitchen (This post)