I have been having so much fun the last few months decorating my new space in the kitchen. I love the change of all seasons and this space provides me the opportunity to be creative with different vignettes to reflect each season.
With winter definitely upon us, my vignettes reflect just that. On the top shelf, I have a “Warm Winter Welcome” sign, draped with a pair of mittens , snowmen topiaries and snowflakes all of which I made.
I made the snowmen topiaries with a styrofoam ball and some Epsom salt. I attached black buttons for the eyes and mouth and made him a burlap stocking cap with trim. His nose is made with a wooden dowel rod that I cut, sharpened and painted orange.
A close-up of my little winter friend.
I attached him to my rooster candlestick by using floral clay and added winter greens.
The “Warm Winter Welcome” sign, the mittens and the snowflakes were made by using coordinating scrapbook paper. I used my Cricut to cut the mittens and snowflakes. I added a white furry trim to the mittens and draped it across the frame.
The top of the cabinet displays winter as well.
I made the snowman plate from a thrift store find. Sometime back in the summer, I purchase four charger plates for like $2. I painted the inside of the charger plate white, painted brown trim around the outside and added white polka dots. I used my Cricut to make his eyes, nose and mouth and Modge Podged it on. And to finish him off, I added a burlap bow.
I think he turned out right cute!
Do you change up your decor to reflect the change of seasons?
Thanks for the visit and I hope you enjoyed.
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