4 easy ways to add Christmas cheer in the kitchen

I really like to spread the Christmas cheer throughout my home.  However, I don’t want it to feel cluttered and I definitely don’t want to be tired of decorations before the new year. just sharing some simple ways I have added Christmas in the kitchen.  Everyone wants a little holiday cheer while baking up the Christmas yummies.

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Add Some Greenery

These simple white pitchers are a favorite of mine to dress up throughout the year, and Christmas is no different. They are such an easy way to add some color in my white kitchen.  sneakofchristmasliving2-2

I added some little sprigs of evergreen and holly, these faux versions are from Walmart and about $1 each. Along with some dried baby’s breath and my fall feathers it’s a simple way to add a little holiday.

 

Since I have open shelving, I also decided to add a little bit of Christmas to the shelves.

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Create a Small Vignette

If you take a closer look, all I have added was a couple things to give the shelves a Christmas makeover. christmaskitchen-1

A couple of vintage Christmas frames in front of my silver platter along with another o the Walmart springs.  They really can just stick any where! And such an each and cheap way to add some greenery.

Keep with the Kitchen Theme

Change out your cooking utensils for red and green, add a gingerbread house to your kitchen table. I like these cookie cutters. I saw this a few years ago on Pinterest and still love this simple addition to the kitchen for the holidays.

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Warm Up with a Hot Chocolate Bar

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I have changed out our tea cups and added some holiday mugs and containers.  Also popping some Dollar Tree Wreaths on my plate rack. Add some hot cocoa mi and marshmallows and you are all set for a cozy night in.

 

I have some other additions to this space, so stay tuned for another post on that.  Here is a peek of the Hot Chocolate station from last years Christmas tour.

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 See Christmas 2015 here. 

I hope these little tips help you add a little cheer to your kitchen this holiday season!  I will be checking in with more snippets of my decorated home, so check back in!

 

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