08 December 2014

Christmas Kitchen Window

This is the first year that I have decorated my Kitchen window for the Christmas season.

I was hesitant at first, but when I found these twine, and pine cone swags at Michael's I felt

I had the inspiration I needed to get started.





I knew I wanted white and simple as my focus.

So lucky for me I have this gorgeous white coffee filter, which my youngest daughter made for me.






Just a simple window with some sweet and simple Christmas decorations.

I added this precious Angel from my Mother's Christmas collection.







An aged, cracked and interesting terracotta pot.






With a pine cone tucked among the moss.





I am using candles all about my home this year, and enjoying all types, shapes and sizes.







I even found these two flame less battery operated luminaries in a box from ages ago,

put some batteries in them and presto they still work!






I enjoy the warm afternoon sunlight that filters through these billowy white curtains on sunny days.




I am so glad I took the plunge and decorated my Kitchen window for Christmas this year.



Do you have any new spots in your home that you are decorating for Christmas?


xoxoxo



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Jemma's home is a quiet spot nestled among the trees. You might find me writing, reading, or puttering in my Greenhouse, tweaking a recipe, crafting a wreath or loving on my grands. Always living with a grateful heart.

16 comments:

  1. Very good idea...decorating that window - it looks absolutely GREAT! So pretty. Love the wreath, too.

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  2. Simple and sweet and so you. Just lovely Jemma.

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  3. Hi Jemma! Oh, I love how your Christmas window looks. Very simple but very elegant at the same time. The wreath is just gorgeous.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  4. Just my style Jemma! Love the personal items like the coffee filter wreath. I think it's all very pretty and would enjoy viewing it while doing the kitchen duties!

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  5. Jemma, it is gorgeous! I love the subtleness and the garland is just perfect!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  6. Your Christmas window is beautiful. The white curtains and pine cone swag frames the wreath beautifully.
    I know you are so glad you can enjoy this view as you tend to duties in the kitchen....Hugs

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  7. Your window is beautifully decorated for Christmas. I love it!...Christine

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  8. Your Christmas Window is beautifully decorated!

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  9. Jemma,
    Your kitchen window is delightful, and I just love the view that you have outside. Unfortunately, my kitchen view is simply the backyard, but I love it just the same. The white wreath your daughter made is darling, and it's special how you kept it these years. And your mother's angel, what a treasure. I have been thinking of my mom lately. She had a few traditions for us at Christmas time, and how I miss her.

    Have a splendid week, Jemma. We are supposed to get a big storm coming in today - gusty winds, heavy rain. Say a prayer or two, would you?

    love,
    ~Sheri

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  10. Very nicely done. I love the garland and the wreath. so pretty.

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  11. Hi Jemma, told you I'd stop by for a visit :) Your window looks so pretty--love it! Blessings, Cecilia

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  12. So pretty to look out that window there in Texas. I love the white angel.

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  13. That is breathtaking! I'm always walking up to windows and looking out. I love the wreath and the pinecones and topiary brings nature inside! Lovely!

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  14. That looks so lovely, Jemma! I've made 2 of those coffee filter wreaths and like to keep them up all year.

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  15. How beautifully framed your Christmas window is with the twine and pine cone swags. The frosty greenery, homemade gems and candles make your window sparkle with Christmas light.

    xoxo
    Poppy

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