Have you always wanted a Christmas tree in the kitchen but have no room for one? Me too! If you have a counter then this DIY is for you!
Decorating does not have to be expensive. All the items above were purchased from Walmart, Dollar General and best of all the gingerbread, I found brand new at an estate sale. Having a theme in mind will help make collecting the decor much easier.
This cute gingerbread sign I found at Hobby Lobby at 60% off. I wanted to use it on the tree but it did not have a hook on the back. Here is a simple hack for any sign.
Floral wire and a glue gun and a shelf sitter sign is now a hanging sign!
Since the tree will be displayed on my kitchen island, I wanted to use items that would relate to baking. These wood spoons were the perfect tree topper from Dollar General for $2.00 each! Add the vintage rolling pin that I found antiquing and I couldn’t love it more.
Red ribbon was the perfect addition to secure the spoons and rolling pin to the tree.
How cute it the tree so far? The string of peppermints is a cute ornament from Walmart for less than $2.00.
Miniature Pioneer Woman mixing bowl and spatula from Walmart make the perfect addition to the bottom of the tree. Use an ornament hook along with red ribbon to secure them to the tree. Metal cookie cutters are from Dollar General and come in a pack of four.
The red ribbon tied to the top of the cookie cutter adds a pop of color throughout the tree.
These sweet peppermints come in a pack at Hobby Lobby. Hot glue a piece of ribbon on them and they work perfectly as ornaments!
The adorable gingerbread ornaments, as I mentioned came from an estate sale but I did find some at Walmart that would work perfectly as well. Another little sign, a few more ornaments and look how sweet.
I absolutely love how it came out and is the perfect addition to my gingerbread themed kitchen.
As always, thank you so much for following along and I appreciate your feedback.
May you and yours have a very Merry and Blessed Christmas.
“Restoration of Heart & Home”