Hello friends! I am slowly getting the house decorated for Christmas, and one of the rooms that I love to add some Christmas joy is in our kitchen. I haven’t completed it yet because I couldn’t find one box that had some of my gingerbread decorations in it. But yesterday I found the missing box in the bottom of an outdoor decorations bin. What was it doing there? Did I really do that last year?
Well, now the kitchen decorating can continue, but in the meantime, I thought I’d show you my gingerbread kitchen wreath. I started decorating the kitchen with a gingerbread theme last year after I bought some cute decorations at a friend’s garage sale. I have been yearning for a gingerbread tree for our kitchen, but there simply isn’t any space for one.
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For the base, I used an old, faded artificial wreath that I spray painted white. I’ll have to admit that it took quite a bit of paint to cover all the green, but luckily, I had several cans of leftover paint that I used to paint the wreath. (I actually painted 2 of them, and you’ll see how I used the other one later!)