Monday, December 19, 2011

Gingerbread in the Kitchen, Part 2

Back in the kitchen y'all...The other day I fixed Gingerbread Pancakes and served milk and Candy Cane Green tea for breakfast. I used a red wooden tray from my "Serving Tray Collection" and wore a cute little gingerbread apron, the latest addition to "Prissy Apron Collection" designed just for me by Hickory Creek Crafts.

I was happy that Brenda at Hickory Creek could make me a gingerbread apron with red gingham, peppermint, and polka dots to match my kitchen theme...ala Sandra Lee-style!

My assistant Gingerbread Chef assisted me...

The kitchen island is decorated with all kinds of cute gingerbread loot and another tabletop tree...
The cute little tree topper is from The Cracker Barrel...
Red gingham ribbon and cute little gingerbread-motif ornaments and garland adorn this tree...

I've had this sweet little gingerbread girl for years. Mama got her at Dillard's and sent her to me when I lived in Palm Springs...
More gingerbread loot...
Tea towel...
Gingerbread cookies and a stand, which I purchased at The Cracker Barrel years ago...
My breakfast bar is set...
The red and white plates were purchased at The Cracker Barrel several years ago. I found the goblets and placemats at Walmart last month. The tiny gingerbread ornaments are hot-glued onto the white flatware.

I used this delicious Gingerbread Pancake Mix from The Fresh Market.
Easy, delicious, and perfect to enjoy during the Christmas season!
Thanks for stopping by to visit with me today. I'll be back before Christmas tree to show some more of my Christmas decos!

14 comments:

Meghan said...

You are the most festive person in blogland!!! Love everything.

Her Preppiness said...

Love

Suburban Princess said...

I love the idea of gluing ornaments to ordinary flatware! We can find all of this sort of thing at the dollar store and turn an inexpensive cutlery set into something spectacular!

Fashion Meets Food said...

Oh my word your apron is the cutest! I love all of the gingerbread! You are always so chic! The idea of gluing the gingerbread men to the flatware is brilliant! xo

Pink and Fabulous said...

So fun and festive!

Emelia DiCarlo said...

Wishing you a blessed Christmas. I enjoy your blog and my daughters, my father just passed in Charleston, SC, had to go and arrange family, school etc., to be there, so sad. I will always have Charleston and the South in my heart.Appreciate and know your southern references and enjoy it all!!!Thank you, Emelia.

The Southern Housewife said...

Could you be any cuter? You are so inspiring me to make some gingerbread! Have a good recipe you'd like to share?

AngelaV said...

Miss Janice: You always brighten my day!

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said...

Very cute you are looking Miss Janice. Merry Christmas to you!

Kristens Creations said...

Hi Miss Janice, Oh how I love your kitchen!! Your gingerbread decorations are soooo cute...and I love the apron! I could not find a cute gingerbread towel this Christmas...love yours. Do you happen to remember where you purchased it?

Thanks for featuring the trees on your Christmas tree tour! Love how you slipped in the mantle...lol. Merry Christmas!!

Northshore Prep said...

Miss Janice, why I must say, you are the Martha Stewart of the south! I simply adore your blog! :)

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Love your apron. I saw some gingerbread glass ornaments at Target last night and thought of you.

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Flea Market Makeovers said...

It looks so wonderfully Christmasy! Have a lovely, Merry Christmas.
Penny

Cynthia said...

Love all your gingerbreadmen in your kitchen!