Thursday, February 5, 2009

IT"S SHOW AND TELL FRIDAY


Today is Show and Tell Friday at Kellie's and I am going to give you a look at my kitchen walls.They are filled with treasures that I have found at garage sales, consignment shops ,and from friends.I love old vintage kitchen items so my wall are filled with just alot of things I love to look at.They have blue checked wall paper and the top boarder is gardening things. This sign I bought last weekend at a flea market store.I gave 2.00 for it.

I am a big coffee drinker and I just loved these plates with coffee cups on them.The shelve is two old pieces of wood that I put together to make an old looking shelf.I have dish clothes I love and will no use on the shelf,and mugs hanging wire baskets an kitchen angel that I got at a garage sale and another one there you can not see to good that I made.


Here we have vegie pictures,another kitchen angel I made,a flower picture coffee trivet a small coke tray.



I love to collect rolling pins,so my husband made me this holder to hang them in.I do use these when I make chicken and dumplins.Aprons,pot holders,small tin signs.Just alot of little goodies.




Cake pans,more tin signs, trivets,another doll I made,my cook book rack,clock.The pumpkin picture was a gift from a friend in Canada,she drew this picture and painted it for me at Thanksgiving.


For more Show and Tell post please go visit Kelli at There's No Place Like Home.
Kellie has a wonderful blog and many other particapats in Show and Tell that you will enjoy.

37 comments:

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Very cozy kitchen. I really like the rolling pin holder. How sweet of your hubbs to do that for you!
I'm a big coffee drinker too. I love, love, love coffee :0)
I like how you've got your pans displayed on the wall like that.

Anne Fannie said...

What a cute kitchen! My favorite is your rolling pin holder! I have a bunch of rolling pins and they are just stuck in a drawer, no way of hanging them!
~Ann

Hootin' Anni said...

Fantastic!!! So country. So warm, so inviting. And just look at all those wooden rolling pins!! Cool.

My Show n Tell is posted now, hope you can drop by. It's going to be a 3-parter so it won't take so long for loading.

Heidi Pocketbook said...

Wow, that is a great collection and displayed so nicely. It reminds me of being at a Cracker Barrel--cozy and inviting!

Thanks for stopping by to see me--hope you have a great weekend :-)

Constance said...

You have some great pieces in your kitchen! I can see why you liked my kitchen signs now! I like the idea of some metal signs for the outside too but until we have a garage or own our own land and build our cabin,it'll have to wait. Have a great weekend!
Connie

Smilingsal said...

Intersting blue kitchen. You should consider participating in Blue Monday! Check my sidebar for information. Thanks for sharing. Happy Show and Tell Friday!

Gattina said...

What a cosy kitchen ! I love when kitchens are so warm and welcoming ! You really have a beautiful decoration !

. said...

Thanks for showing us. I like so much to see other's peoples kitchens.

Alfazema

Carrie said...

I enjoyed looking at all the fun things in your kitchen.

Terry & Dennis Macri said...

Loved the tour through your kitchen, especially the rolling pin holder your husband made.

Dianne said...

Wow-we would get on famously as I love to go to flea markets too-tell me you haggle a bit? : )
These are really neat kitchen treasures.
Thanks for stopping by my blog too.

Maria, Patchwork Mill said...

You have a wonderful, warm, inviting kitchen. Il love your old treasures!
Thanks for sharing.
Maria

Elizabeth-Plain and Simple said...

You have some wonderful treasures. I especially like the rolling pins and holder. Thanks for sharing your kitchen decor.

Blessings,
Elizabeth

Jean said...

I love all your kitchen treasures! The rack for your rolling pins is great! Jean

Jessica said...

Coffee cups always peak my interest and yours are no different. Thanks for sharing.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Your kitchen looks so iviting. Love all of the vintage treasures. laurie

newlyweds said...

What a cute kitchen! Love the new sign. Also I am jealous of your heart shaped cake pan, I need one with v-day right around the corner!

JudyBug said...

I love your kitchen. The rolling pin holder is just the cutest thing ever. What a smart and sweet hubby to make that for you.

Thanks for visiting me and your sweet comments!

Melinda said...

I loved looking at your kitchen collections! (and drooling) :)

It is a very cozy kitchen!

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Great country kitchen, the vintage items are so neat! I used to have black iron vintage things on my kitchen wall when it was country.

Katherine

Carla said...

These are my favorite kitchens to visit! Where you can just look and enjoy:) Great post! Thanks for sharing today:)

Lisa Ann said...

Your kitchen is adorable. I love vintage things.

Pink Slippers said...

Your kitchen looks so fun. It's like looking in a country catalog. neat!

Lady Katherine said...

Wow, you have really did a lot since, I have been there. Looks so great! I want the heart cake pan, Tell Don I need a rolling pin shelf too. lol Love your wallpaper. I not so sure you need to knock down a wall, for it all so pretty! I love how you have arranged everything toether its so pretty.

FeeBeeKay said...

Your kitchen displays are really gorgeous, so much care and thought has gone into them and it shows! Your kitchen must be a wonderful welcome and friendly place to spend time, and I love the idea for the rolling pins holder! Have a lovely weekend! FeeBeeKay

MyJourneyBack said...

Oh I love your kitchen. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Thanks for stopping in to see me too.
Blessings,
Sherry

Walking on Sunshine... said...

Everything looks really great!! Love the rolling pin holder! Your kitchen looks like it is filled with love!

A Hint of Home said...

Those items bring back memories. I have some of those old items but don't have them displayed right now. I probably should get them out and find a spot for them.
Have a good weekend.

Miss Janice said...

What a cute country kitchen! I love the wallpaper and all the cozy stuff you have added. It's all too cute!

Grammy said...

I love the rolling pin rack what a great Ideal. I can tell you have a happy kitchen. So many things to enjoy. I have never had enough wall space to do allot in a kitchen. Have a great weekend.

Tomarie said...

I wanted to thank you for the kind things you said about our cabin over at Laurie's! I'm glad you liked our cabinets! They are as old as the house but I don't think they ever really go out of style because it goes with the cabin "feel".
I LOVE your blog! I was blown away when I first opened it because of the picture...it's just beautiful! I also loved what you displayed for show and tell! My favorite was the collection of coffee plates...I loved those!!

Thank you again!
L~

Linda C said...

You have lots of neat things-- great country look!

Thanks for the tour of your kitchen decor:)

Linda C

Alice said...

i love all your old decorations. i used to collect old utensils. i have no idea what happened to them. i should look for them and put them on the walls. it would be lovely.


you are always welcome in The Shadow of the Cross. feel free to visit anytime.

char72 said...

It's so good to be surrounded by things that you love. Thanks for sharing your treasures with us.
Charlotte

Kelli said...

Your kitchen is wonderful with all of the special vintage treasures! I love the rolling pins.
~Kelli
P.s. Thank you for the birthday wishes!

An Accomplished Woman said...

First, what a cute kitchen. Love the wallpaper. You have such cute things in your home and they are so YOU.... Love it.

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