Friday, December 4, 2015

Christmas Fun on the Baker's Rack

I always like to keep the Baker's Rack in the Kitchen Sitting Area as a place to have some fun with vintage pieces. And what can be more fun than Vintage with some Christmas Cheer. The Baker's Rack is my place to mix and match and bring out the Kitsch for the Holidays.

One new piece I found this year was the fun Merry Christmas hand written sign with a great Plaid bow. That bow sealed the deal on Plaid for this year. Last year I still hadn't unpacked all my goodies, and this year I've managed to put things away so well I can't find them all...

But I have plenty of Christmas options to choose from.

 Like my Tartan Plaid lunch buckets that always add a special vintage look.

Vintage Shiny Brite trees grouped together

My White Santa who is taking a quick break...

My felted Star Snowman

And My Vintage Red/White Christmas Truck
hauling a mini bottle brush tree.

 A sweater Reindeer from my Sister.

I have a lot to share with you this Christmas.
Even an update on some traditional Christmas Decor.
I'm just getting started with the fun!

Hope to see you next week, with all your Christmas Inspiration: 
Decor, Recipes, DIY, Vignettes, and Home Tours.
This is the place to link it all up, past and present.

Early Link-Up
Tuesday Evening at 6:00 pm December 8

joining in here:

Foody Friday at Rattlebridge Farm
Inspiration Gallery at Craftberry Bush
The Scoop at Stone Gable 



  1. I love that underneath it all you are a gardener at heart. Love the little touches of vintage garden you always have. Thanks for the share...its looking so cute---and homey! Almost can smell peppermint cocoa...thanks, Sandi

  2. Oh, Debra, the baker's rack looks wonderful! I love all of your sweet little fun Christmasies! I think I may have had a plaid lunchbox at one time when I was little! ;) The memories.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

  3. Your baker's rack is so charming at Christmas. I especially love the trees and sheep. The little cabin caught my eye, too. So beautiful.

  4. Your baker's rack is so festive! I am not sure which treasure I like the most...but the little trees may be my favorites. Sheila

  5. I love this, Debra....the tartan lunchboxes are wonderful...and I love the little bottle brush tree vignette!

  6. You've styled your bakers rack so pretty for the holidays! I like your mix of old shiny brite bottle brush trees and your plaid boxes.

  7. Love your baker's rack, Debra. Your choices are really cute together. I keep most all my Christmas decor together but, like you, there are odds and ends (like a bath mat) that drove me crazy this year looking for it! Who's got time for that when you've got a full schedule of getting your decor crazy on??

  8. Hi Debra,
    I have always loved your Baker's Rack. This year you did another fabulous job of getting it decked out for the holidays. Everything looks amazing.

  9. I've always loved the way you decorated that. The little trees grouped together are adorable!

  10. Love your bakers rack I your Christmas decor is so cute. Love your Christmas truck.

  11. Debra, The tartan lunch boxes are wonderful and the truck is so cute! I am looking forward to seeing all your holiday décor.

  12. Debra, I love the vintage feel you've created. You have such a beautiful way of creating vignettes. Your baker's rack reminds me of childhood.
    love and blessings~
    Lynda @ Gates of Crystal

  13. I love your baker's rack in all her holiday decor...and if I was being honest...if you wake up one day your plaid lunch buckets and lambs are missing...I'm already diving home.. PS...I took the vintage truck too!

  14. I'm a little late dropping by, but I loved your sweet collection of holiday! xxx...Brooke

  15. Debra,
    This year, I , too, decorated my Baker's Rack for Christmas!!!
    Ours is on the front porch!!!
    I absolutely love your plaid lunchboxes!!!
    I can remember when I carried my lunch to school each day. . .
    in my red plaid lunch box!!!
    Thanks for sharing your lovely home all decked out for Christmas!!!


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