Bentley, my Studio Assistant, is waiting at the front door to welcome you into our kitchen.
Have a seat in the old blue chair and relax with your tea and gingerbread.
The English book "The Flower Shop Christmas" is one of my favorite books for natural inspirations
I use the red rooster plates at Christmas and use my blue and white plates as chargers for them.
I use old chipped cups and tea pots to plant bulbs and herbs in. I found several of the adorable plaid tea pots at the Goodwill - they were only a dollar since the lids were missing - I use them every year in the kitchen.
This group of bulbs were planted in mugs that can be re-used for tea or coffee as they will be favors at one of my Holiday luncheons. The parsley containers are for a friend who loves to cook.
The herbs love the morning light in the kitchen.
Bentley loves hanging out in the kitchen waiting for the gingerbread men and women to come out of the oven in hopes of getting a treat.
Thank you for stopping by. I love hearing from you and sincerely appreciate your visits, comments, e-mails and those who follow my blog.
Have a lovely week. Blessings, Erin
For those of you asking about my little ETSY shop - I am happy to let you know that it is open now and I am having a 15% off sale until 12-30-14 - the discount code is: Sale15off. I will be adding new small works often so you may want to check back for the new paintings. A few samples of the art are shown below.
"May mercy, peace, and love be yours in abundance." Jude 1:2