Tuesday, December 11, 2012

FABBY: Welcome to my Christmas Kitchen Tour

Hello sweet friends!

Hope you're all having a wonderful holiday season and enjoying all the house decorating, the baking, the fun and the children..be them our own, or our grands, as Christmas is mostly for them to enjoy and celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Ok...let's get in and see the tons of photos.. be patient and get comfortable!
 Come on in lovely ladies...
 The breakfast nook set for the two of us; where we usually have dinner. Lunch is mostly served in our round table, next to the formal dining room.

The cookie pot at left is where I store bread as it keeps well in ceramics and it was made at our former ceramic company.
 The window by our sink.
 The door with the wreath leads to the utility room, which I added cabinets for more stotage at the laundry area; a few months ago.

 For the tablescape in the breakfast nook I used the dinner plate and teacups from my big china for 16 place settings, along with this pretty Italian tree shaped, salad plate.


The pretty pitcher was also hand made and decorated at our past ceramic factory. I used to design dishes there and the C'mas designs I copied from a piece of holiday material.
 This ceramic cookie ornaments where made and decorated by my two daughters at our factory when they were little girls, perhaps 7 and 8 years old. They shaped them just like we make the edible cut up cookies with the same cookie cutters you see here! I hang them in our memory Christmas tree and there are more too, although some have broken through the years.



 You can't really see it clearly, but this banner I got this year and the figures hanging from it are made of plush and cushioned.
 I also found the Santa clock at your right, this year and paid $10 for it and it works perfectly! You can see my grandgirls artwork in the wall too!
 Everything here was also made by us in our past ceramic factory..except for the cheese dish with lead.
Please enter my kitchen..if you haven't yet.
I think I did mention previously that the teapots here, were made back at our ceramic company and the sugar bowl and creamer are part of my huge Christmas Lynns Fine China, as is the platter. I used to design china in our company, which my husband, owned for 30 years and sold it 4 years ago.
Dinner time!
I used my gold place mats to make the place setting more festive for the Christmas Season.
 
Thank you so much for coming, as I enjoy and appreciate your visits and of course, you always make my day!

Thank you to all the sweet and gracious hostesses for their terrific parties and for having me.

Love,
FABBY

I'm participating in Tablescape Thursday in Between Naps on the Porch.







 

Between Naps On the Porch




 



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51 comments:

  1. I love your Christmas kitchen! Thanks for sharing Fabby....hugs, Penny

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  2. Fabby, your home is always so warm and festive for the holidays. I can tell that you have put a lot of love into your decor; and everything looks so beautiful. I love how you incorporate all of your sentimental pieces; and it all just works together. Very pretty!

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  3. Your Christmas kitchen looks great! Love your view! I like how you displayed The Susan Branch book :) She's my favorite!
    Karen

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  4. I loved the tour of your kitchen, and especially seeing that great view out your window! The holly pattern china is beautiful -- one of your designs? I have been looking for a platter for the Christmas ham, and saw one in the holly pattern at Pier 1 today -- not nearly as pretty as yours!

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  5. I forgot -- I have also loved that Susan Branch book for years. The recipe for eggs with crabmeat is fabulous.

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  6. I love your kitchen, Fabby, such cute things. I also have the Susan Branch cookbook, it is such a great collection of her recipes and stories. Merry Christmas to you and your family. xo

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  7. Your factory made some stunning pieces. I love the cookie pot and the tea pots, and of course I love all the red. Those little ceramic cookies are so priceless. Joni

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  8. I love your kitchen. I don't think you have left any cornor un-decorated! How happy you must feel to cook in such a festive setting.

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  9. I love your kitchen. I don't think you have left even a cornor un-decorated. How happy it must make you feel, to cook in your festive kitchen.

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  10. Very festive, Fabby!! Thanks for the tour :) It must have been so inspiring to have had a ceramic factory - the creativity!
    Hugs Pernilla

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  11. Your Christmas kitchen is beautiful, Fabby. I love every single bit of it!!

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  12. I love your Christmas kitchen! You know I love your whole house. The view you have is spectacular too. Have a good day Fabby.

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  13. Oh Fabby, I love you kitchen. It is looking very, very festive. Christmas spirit is all over. The view is spectacular and every nook is beautifully decorated and love all your Christmas ceramics and decor!...Christine

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  14. How cute is your kitchen all decked out for Christmas? I'm going back to view part 1. Love all the pretty ceramics!

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  15. Hi Fabby,
    Your kitchen is so pretty and festive. Everything was decorated to perfection! Thanks for sharing, sweet friend! XO ~Liz

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  16. Your kitchen is so cheery and festive, all dressed up for Christmas! You have so many pretty things! It's always a joy to view your home.

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  17. How pretty, Fabby!
    So many beautiful decorations in all the details and I can't mention one in particular since they're all so beautiful!
    Very inspiring, indeed!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Abra├žos de Portugal

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  18. What a wonderful, festive kitchen, Fabby! I could spend a long time looking at all your pretty decor! I really love the cookie jar -- and wouldn't have thought to use it for bread, but that works! The view from the window over your sink looks amazing!

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  19. Hi Fabby!
    I love your kitchen and all your cute decorations! Those cookie cutter ornaments are really nice!
    The grandkids must love coming to your home. It's full of love and beautiful!

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  20. Fun & festive! luv door & view too.

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  21. Fun & festive! luv door & view too.

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  22. I am in love with your cookie pot - just beautiful!! And you have such a lovely view out your window! Very pretty accent pieces you have for the holidays, too. I am also a Susan Branch fan - this book is a favorite as well as Christmas Joy! Happy Holidays

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  23. I've been looking back on your past post and pictures that I've missed. Your Christmas tree and decorations are absolutely gorgeous.
    The view out your window is like a dream come true.
    Big hugs to you from me in Texas!!

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  24. Fabby, your kitchen is as lovely as always. The dishes are gorgeous.. and your very own designed pieces stand out so prettily. I loved this tour.. thank you so much.. xo marlis

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  25. Hi Fabby i'm love with your kitchen
    oh my god so many beautiful pieces
    so festive.
    Merry Christmas!
    Big hugs and blessing for you and yours
    XO
    Isora

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  26. Hi Fabby,

    Your kitchen looks so cute; it's just filled with charming Christmas touches, and no detail has been left out. It's so cheery and festive! :-D

    I really love the holly leaf and berry pitcher made at your ceramics factory, as well as the precious ceramic cookie cutter ornaments made by your daughters. Those are priceless!

    Your new banner is too cute, and you have quite a view from your kitchen windows!

    I hope you have a wonderful week --visiting from Let's Dish.

    Denise

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  27. Thank you, Fabby, for the wonderful tour of your Christmas kitchen. I enjoyed seeing all the pieces made by your factory and the hand painted ones, also. You have so many beautiful things.

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  28. I adore all of your lovely china and ceramic pieces, so charming. My favorites though are your daughters ornaments, so precious.

    Merry Christmas!

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  29. Love the ceramic "cookies" your girls made and the rolling pin tied up with a festive ribbon.

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  30. Fabby, Everything looks wonderful. I love all your dishes, so festive for the season. Have a great holiday season, Laura

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  31. Love your kitchen, Fabby! Beautiful decor! I really like the view out your window too. Merry Christmas! Hard to believe it's only 11 days away.
    Christmas blessings, Beth

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  32. Hello dear Fabby,
    Your Christmas kitchen is wonderful, filled with beautiful pieces you have made. It's so festive and a treat to view. I can just picture you and your family there celebrating this lovely season together.
    Thank you for sharing with us and for joining me at my HOME.
    Fabby, you have my link down wrong. Would you mind changing it? It should be-
    http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.com/
    Have a beautiful holiday season, my friend.

    Christmas blessings,
    Sandi

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  33. Dear Fabby,
    your kitchen looks so beautiful and festive. It must be a joy to cook in there. So many wonderful decorations to make us happy. Your have an amazing view Fabby. Thanks for sharing your magical kitchen.

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  34. Love your kitchen...and that view is to die for, Fabby. Love the cookie cutout ornaments. Thanks for sharing each week.

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  35. Your kitchen decor is beautiful and that view is gorgeous!!

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  36. Fabby,
    What a whimisical kitchen, dear friend!!!
    Love, LOVE, L O V E the ceramic cookie cutter people made by your daughters when they were children...and seeing your grandchildrens art work hung decoratively on your walls!!! Priceless!!!
    The vignette and the view from your kitchen window is gorgeous!!! ( I have NO kitchen window!)
    My favorite is the tea set in the wicker tray!!! Stunning, as is your dinnerware and cookie jar.
    Fabby, thank you for sharing your lovely Christmas Kitchen with all its festive wares!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  37. Hi pretty Fabby! I love your pretty Christmas kitchen! All of the red looks so pretty and all of your vignettes are precious.
    be a sweete,
    Shelia ;)

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  38. Love your kitchen and those views - the big city. What a fun place to create FOOD! THANKS FOR LINKING!

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  39. Fabby, thanks so much for the kitchen tour! All of your beautiful dishes are wonderful. How lucky that you have so many from the factory! The ornaments made by your daughters are TRUE TREASURES!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you so very much for your sweet comments on my table. It means so much to me to ahve such wonderful blogging friends. XO, pinky

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  40. I am thinking that you miss the factory where you made such festive china. Wonderful Christmas decorations. Thank you for following and I am following right back. Have a great Christmas.
    Joy

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  41. Hi Fabby...Its always a pleasure visiting your home.you have created such a Christmassy feel all over.i cannot specify which is good.everything looks so beautiful and awesome.you have great collections.thank you for opening your door to peep into your lovely home.:):)....have wonderful holidays....love..sujatha.

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  42. So beautiful Fabby, Christmas has come to every nook and cranny! Just amazing! And I still love that ceiling.
    Hugs and happy holidays,
    Patti

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  43. My 2 favorites here are the ceramic Christmas cookie ornaments AND the window scene. (Seems I ALWAYS am drawn to that window...!)

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  44. Hi Fabby I so enjoyed my visit to your kitchen today. It is so festive looking with all your pretty decorations. I also admired that beautiful range hood. Your ceramics are gorgeous! Pamela

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  45. Your views are amazing Fabby! The details are wonderful inside too. You have collected so many festive things. It all adds so much to Christmas cheer!

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  46. Dearest Fabby, I love your kitchen with and without Christmas decor. Your window views are awesome. Love all your pretty china, your collections plus the ones from your factory.
    The Santa clock is so cute
    Merry Christmas, Ginger

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  47. Fabby, Thanks for sharing your inspiring kitchen at Simple & Sweet Fridays. Have a fantastic weekend!

    Jody

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  48. Fabby, Thanks for sharing your inspiring kitchen at Simple & Sweet Fridays. Have a fantastic weekend!

    Jody

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  49. Oh Fabby, you have so much fun and cheerful Christmas decorations! I love them all. They make me smile. Thank you for sharing at TTF.

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  50. Fabby,
    Your Kitchen is so bright and festive looking !!
    So many pretty things!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  51. Hi Fabby,
    Your kitchen looks great. I love the gold bead placemats. Thanks so much for sharing at Wednesday's Adorned From Above Blog Hop.
    This weeks party is live. Here is the link to the party
    http://www.adornedfromabove.com/2012/12/5-fun-posts-and-wednesdays-adorned-from.html
    Debi @ Adorned From Above
    Joye and Myrna @ The Busy Bee’s
    Linda @ With A Blast

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I love to receive your sweet and generous messages. You always make my day !

FABBY