Walk into my kitchen and sit at our table near our buttery.
Well enjoy some wonderful tea.
Every Day Pictures
This is above my kitchen sink.
The sign I handmade to look old, to represent my ancestors old store Wigginton & Clark.
the little gingerbread board is handmade by Lottie Lachak
the old iron drying rack makes perfect hand towel holder on the window pane
the old shoe form peg rack works great too for that extra added touch.
the graduted shelf I found at the local fleamarket works great for housing our cups.
We use old milk and creamer bottles and jars as our daily drinking glasses for our kids.
a set of old funnels ontop & a collection of milk bottles too.
a wonderful osnanburg hand towel stitched by Jodi Weaver
the round candle wire I found on a gathering trip.
the porcelian sink is original.
above the fridge houses an old cutting board from a hoosier in the back
a milk crate, and some graduating mason jars.
an old basket with a handmade dolly
and some crocks that i added dyed osnanburg ontop tied with hemp cording.
the wax sheep I created from an old cake pan
the metal old milk can is an accent I found while out junking.
This old wooden shelf houses our daily dishes.
the plate rack holds our big plates
the crocks hold our cooking utensils.
this is an 1800's fireplace out of an old farmhouse from Port Royal, KY.
the wooden crane rack holds a local town feed mill
the old sieve houses a beeswax sheep
the old scoops hold flicker light candles
I fell in love with groups of 3 in small, medium and large.
so cake pans, graters, measure cups, scoops and sifters adorn the mantel.
pumpkin garland is hanging to dry.
the old dough board is from an elderly lady at our church Margie.
It was her mothers from the early 1900's
the old shoo fly screen has old cookies
the sheep potholders a gal of ebay made for me.
the molasses bottle label I got from Donna Back.
I bought the top of this cupboard
for 45.00 and the bottom for 45.00 at two different places.
Put them together and it makes a wonderful step back cupboard.
The sampler idea I got from friend Angela Hillstrom
I hung 3 different size bowls from leather straps.
The Creamery sign I got from Cider House Primitives
the old metal cans I just love to collect.
the friendship sampler I picked up in Michigan at the Old Grainery.
doll is handmade by Robin
love the old round grater and large whisk.
dough bowl is full of cinnamon apples.
I love old brooms.
I have my grandmothers old green one that she used to use.
I hung the old wooden rake on the wall
and tied leather to the tops of my brooms
and hung them.
I tied osnanurg, homespun, cheesecloth aroun the base of some of the brooms.
the apron is handmade by Druann McCarty.
This shelving unit I saved from an old work room.
I am sure it has years of oil and wear and tear on it.
it houses my stoneware pottery and rolling pins just perfect.
a view of our buttery and kitchen table.
old bookcase I transformed into a pottery shelf.
I handmade the general store Neals sign.
tobacco star is handmade by dear friend Cindy Hess.
old butter churns and molds adorn the top shelf.
This old antique pie safe came from my friend Kathy Anthony.
it makes a great home for all my yellow ware.
The angel on the cupboard is handmade by Cindy Hess.
Old medicine bottles transformed into primitive accents.
ginermen adorn my yellow ware collection.
The Amish made an old time buttery for me.
the wooden buckets are all in scale from big to small ontop.
I covered the crocks with fabric.
the wooden canster set houses cereal for my kids to scoop out.
This was an old gun cabinet.
My husband took off the gun hooks and put wooden slats across the front
it is now a perfect dough bowl rack, a perfect make dooofer.
I used an old dough board to hang a sampler stitched by Mickey Bakeman.
the old cheese boxes are in different sizes all stacked upon each other.
the black dolly is handmade by dear friend Cindy Hess
brought out the old red tin and atopped it with a woode bucket and a tre.
the wool gingermen I found at a fleamarket.
the santa is handmade by Joyce Hensley
Nothing fancy just a sprig of greenery
a feather tree with a handmade santa sitting atop the fridge
simple greenery an a tree in a crock
old long stockings ad some greenery with gingermen tucked around.
The bird wreath I handmade
and the Santa I have had for several years I purchased off of Ebay.
Snowmen balls in the dough bowl.
I love the tall feather tree inthe wooden log it was handmade by Wendy LaRoche
the snowman is a Netty LaCroix handmade by Cindy Hess.
the snowman sitting in the chair was handmade by Tara Lynn Darr
The paper mache box has a stitched pantry label on it
The mason jar lamp is filled with Lima Beans.
the sampler is one of my patterns
the Snowman is a Netty LaCroix pattern handmade by me.
I put a a tree in the yellow ware bowl.
the Santa was handmade by Cindy Hess using a Ky Primitives Pattern
the little stump doll is handmade and I found it on one of our gathering trips.
a feather tree tucked ontop of the cupboard
a blue wool stocking hung on the door latch
and fabric covered candy cane sticking out the top of the stocking
a line of wooden buckets with greenery
sprigs of greenery around the jars and sheep.
a primitive snowman and a sampler handmade with a small feather tree.
a Merry Christmas stitched pillow by friend Amy Main
an some sprigs of greenery.