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spice up your kitchen wrap up & thank you

Just a few more little things I wanted to share.  Bon voyage Spice up Your Kitchen!  I’ll have a roundup later today for your list making pleasure – more kitchen tutorials I’ve dug up from here and there.

Anyway…

This was a fun and cute project I’ve been wanting to do.  Mini Kidlets! 

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Noodlehead   spice up your kitchen wrap up & thank you spice up your kitchen sewing

I just scaled them down to fit on my small coat hanger.  I figure they’ll be a great spot to stash smaller things like my keys, phone, and probably a random assortment of toys.  My youngest just squealed when she saw them this morning, and said ‘babies!’  How cute is that?! 

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Also, here’s a picture of my mostly completed kitchen.  I still have a few little touches I’d like to add, but overall I’m pretty glad I got some things accomplished!  I’m no interior designer, but I like that it feels a little more me, instead of just a blank canvas.  At the same time everything is also easily changeable (I do like to change my mind!).

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I did manage to put together a little wall frame collage with some cute prints from 1canoe2 on etsy (they also coincidentally have a cute array of kitchen items as well).   Have you tried out 3M’s removable picture hangers yet (ah, yes, a coupon too, niiiice)?  I love them!  Now I don’t have to worry about pounding holes in my crumbly plaster walls!

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Here’s my last project: kitchen towels.  Just grabbed a pack from target and started sewing.  These would be a great house warming present all wrapped up with a bow. 

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Thanks again everyone for stopping by and leaving such nice comments!  I love stopping by your blogs and seeing what you’ve been up to!  And a super huge thanks to all of the amazing guest bloggers: Crafterhours, Jess, Vanessa, Mary, Ayumi, Cally, Kari, Penny, Dana, and Care!

19 Responses to spice up your kitchen wrap up & thank you

  1. Emily 05.29.2010 at 1:37 pm #

    Your kitchen looks awesome! This has been a really fun series. :) Thank you!

  2. Vanessa 05.29.2010 at 2:09 pm #

    Awesome series! Thanks again for hosting it. Love the ‘baby’ kidlets, great idea. I use those 3m hangers-I have concrete walls and don’t want huge holes everywhere. Work very well!

  3. Eve 05.29.2010 at 2:13 pm #

    wow! i love your kitchen!

  4. Dahlia 05.29.2010 at 2:57 pm #

    I know it’s wrong to covet, but I WANT your kitchen! Amazing work Anna :)

  5. grammy and papi 05.29.2010 at 3:42 pm #

    Thank you, I’ve really enjoyed your series and have gotten several great ideas.

    Have a God Filled Day
    Shirley

  6. Jeannie 05.29.2010 at 3:52 pm #

    Super fun with all the tutorials!! I tried my best to do them all.he.heh.eh.ee.
    I love the kidlets. Have made my fair share of those but I do love those little babies :)
    You Kitchen looks wonderful, you have done a great job!

  7. Mrs Yappy Dog 05.29.2010 at 4:59 pm #

    the tea towels look lovely, I would like to try this. Your kitchen looks lovely and tidy, co-ordinated, very calming. Kidlets are a new idea, you have worked hard to make all this come together.

  8. Chris 05.29.2010 at 9:57 pm #

    Thank you Anna. Now my “want to do” list is getting even longer. I’m excited!

  9. Kari 05.29.2010 at 11:11 pm #

    No, thank you, Anna! What a fun group of projects. LOVE the kidlets and your kitchen looks great. And I’m totally embellishing some towels for a wedding shower coming up…

  10. Mary 05.29.2010 at 11:11 pm #

    Hooray for Spice Up Your Kitchen! You did a great job Anna!

    I love that “Go Ride Bikes” print. I’ll have to check out that Etsy shop.

  11. Cole's Corner 05.29.2010 at 11:16 pm #

    I enjoyed your kitchen week sooooo sooooo much! I don’t know if I left any comments before, but thank you so much. I am geared up to do a bunch of those tutorials!

  12. Elsa 05.30.2010 at 9:59 am #

    oh I just love your spiced up kitchen! the flower holders, the kitchen towels, everything! thanks for the inspiration!

  13. Care 05.30.2010 at 11:03 am #

    I have really enjoyed all the kitchen projects; and thanks so much for letting me join in the fun! I’ve got a quick list of all the things I want to do to spice up my own kitchen!

  14. Ólöf 05.30.2010 at 5:22 pm #

    Very cute!

  15. angelina 05.31.2010 at 7:09 am #

    you are so right: excellent gift idea. i love it. have a nice weekend!xx

  16. hilltopmom 05.31.2010 at 7:39 pm #

    Your kitchen series was great.
    Great idea on the mini kidlet too. I’ve made a few of them full size and love them. I’ll have to try minis.

  17. henny 05.31.2010 at 10:29 pm #

    Now..you have a colorful and beautiful kitchen :)
    Btw, I made a headband after read your post about it. Have posted in my blog. Thanks for the link !

  18. Molly @ The Creative Maven 06.01.2010 at 12:05 am #

    I love the prints on your wall and had to check out the 1canoe2 shop… did you see the scissors one? That would be so awesome in a sewing room! :)

  19. dana 06.01.2010 at 3:53 am #

    your kitchen is beautiful. I love it.
    Wish I could have visited your house somehow :)

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