Sunday, December 8, 2013

A Vintage Christmas wreath

Organized Clutter is having vintage Christmas decor party and I am there!


I made a Christmas wreath for the kitchen a few years ago....

This little cake pan was mine when I was a child.


I found the little spatula at a sale...


The little measuring cup was also mine as a child.


The cookie cutters were my mom's.  I have a LOT more!


A cute little rolling pin.

Another of my mom's favorite cookie cutters.

Lots of memories in one little wreath.

24 comments:

Jill said...

Cute idea for a kitchen wreath!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, Ceekay! This is cute as can be!!!

XO,

Sheila

Jann Olson said...

Ceekay, oh my gosh so, so cute! I love your little Rudolph pan. I have lots of these little cooking utensils in the playhouse under the stairs. I should make a wreath to go on the door! Thanks for the inspiration!
hugs,
Jann

Jann Olson said...

Forgot to mention that I was so glad that you shared this our 'Creating Christmas' party!
hugs,
Jann

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

This is so cute, Ceekay...LOVE that charming little cake pan!

Susan Maclean said...

Happy to have a look at your blog! Found your own comment on Southern Hospitality, and know just what you mean about less visitors and everyone has gone very "professional"! Love your little kitchen wreath. In this house everything for the season's decoration is small and homemade. Our tree (maybe 30 years old now) is a half tree that hangs on the wall - and I cannot find a new one!!, all other decorations are small and understated - I am not trying to beat the bloggers or the neighbours! Enjoy your Christmas.

Stacey said...

That's so cute! :)

chateau chic said...

What an adorable wreath with all the vintage cookie cutters and kitchie things!! Love it!
Mary Alice

Vee said...

That's the most darling little wreath. I recognize that Santa cookie cutter!

Liz Hockamier said...

So precious! I love my decorations that I have had for years. They always help me to remember all the good stuff. :)

~Liz

ImagiMeri said...

What a pretty wreath, you did an amazing job on it. I love how well your putz houses turned out, and they look so pretty where you set them.

Hugs,
Meri

Marissa said...

Cute and Creative..
LOVE IT!

Carlene @ Organized Clutter said...

Thanks for linking up this fun wreath Ceekay! I love it.

Maureen said...

Oh Wow! The Rudolph pan is awesome Ceekay!!! I just love your wreath - how perfect for a kitchen. So cool that you still have a lot of your childhood toys. They are adorable!

td said...

Just came here after reading your comment at southernhospitality. Your home is charming and brings back so many nostalgic memories. This wreath is adorable and doable. thanks for showing we can all have a beautiful Xmas.
Actually i find a lot of these blog sites' decorations cold and lifeless. Yours made me smile thank you. T

cynthia lee designs said...

Love your kitchen wreath...so cute!!
~Cindy

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

I am currently decorating the kitchen and have pulled out my grandma's sifter and cookie cutters. I cannot get over that darling Rudolph mold.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

This is one of the sweetest wreaths I've ever seen. So full of memories . Love it!

Maria Elena said...

Your wreath is beautiful! Merry Christmas!

Pam Kessler said...

You just gave me inspiration to make my own kitchen doohickey wreath! love it!

NanaDiana said...

What wonderful memories for sure! I love that you have your childhood stuff. I have my mother's cookie cutters, too. xo Diana

Rettabug said...

CK, this little kitchen gadget wreath is precious beyond belief...not only for all the cute "ornaments" you've attached but for all the wonderful sentiment that goes with each one. Many of them look familiar to me!!

Hope you're feeling better & are able to enjoy this holiday season. I pray for you freq.

Hugs,
Rett

Adrienne said...

Just catching up! What a darling idea! I have some of those same things from my childhood. I've wondered what to do with them to give them a special place. Now I know I'm going to do something for Christmas - maybe a wreath!
~Adrienne~

Deborah@Green Willow Pond said...

What a cute kitchen wreath! I love that most of the items have history. It makes the wreath more special.

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