Taking down fall, crafting, dragging out Christmas, and still working, cooking, and trying to clean and pick up. First I put out the spray painted snow village in the bathroom, then I decorated the mantel in the living room, and I just finished a vignette over the sink in my kitchen. I'm sure that somehow all this clutter will be organized by Christmas!
Last summer I found four really neat gingerbread baking pans at the consignment shop for $1 each. I think they are home made, and spot welded. I don't think they are cookie cutters but little pans for actually baking a gingerbread inside. Anyway they are very cool, and I couldn't wait to use them for Christmas.
I started out with some vintage sifters. This one has two cloth gingerbread men from a local craft shop, The Tattered Angel.
Then I used a larger sifter for a large bottle brush tree,
And a medium sized sifter for a medium sized bottle brush tree.
Then I loaded my little wood cubby shelf also from the Tattered Angel with three of my gingerbread pans, a gingerbread look cookie, a Jello mold with a grubby flameless candle, silver ornaments in a couple sizes and some faux snow. The gingerbread pan men have thick Alpine looking yarn tied around their necks.
Loving the vintage, rustic look!
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