Don't pay attention to the bottom. Ha-ha! It's not done yet! I have a great plan for the bottom so stay tuned. Does my decorating seem sparse to you? I'm really not a minimalist, I just don't have much but now I have an ecxuse to hunt harder!
My red Fire King dotty bowl was also sold to me on this hutch! The hutch had been like a booth. It was filled with the owner's stuff! Now that the hutch is gone, she's supposed to move in another one and I'm told it's yellow! I can't wait to go see it!
I'm finally able to display my little red quilt scraps that Twyla of Two Crazy Crafters gave me! I just love them! Do you like my vintage block words? I love them, too! See my little snowman candle from Jackie at Once Upon A Fairytale? Yup, he gets the love as well! All my goodies are so happy in my hutch. That cherry canister was a score for a $1.50 because it had a dented top!
I thought I would display some of my vintage snow man cards in here. Good idea? My awesome red handled egg beater from Carol at Old Glory Cottage gets center stage!
Happy Apple had to leave my shelves above my sink but he's still happy! I definitely want more tins to display on my hutch but I didn't want to take the ones I have off of my happy shelves because those are what I see when I first walk in the kitchen. (I think I need another happy apple too!)
My mini fridgy, also from Carol, gets a playful Santa on top!
Here's a close up of my awesome new table cloth that I bought a couple months ago! I'm so happy to have a wonderful antique store here in my tiny town and a friendly owner who sells to me! Well, that's it! I hope you enjoyed the hutch tour! ☺
I'm linking up with Sue over at It's A Very Cherry World for Rednesday! I bet there's LOTS of reds today! Go check it out!
Remember- no one can "do it all" except God and YOU are NOT Him!