Monday, December 5, 2011

~ Santa's Baking in the Kitchen ~

A few years back this Santa was running rampet through out blog land. I first spotted him over at Phyllis' blog.
Phyllis always has some wonderful eye candy for us to admire. If you haven't stopped by, you must treat yourself to a visit. You won't be disappointed. You can go HERE for a visit to her beautiful blog.
Last year Santa had his own tree in a silver bucket, I haven't pulled that tree out just yet, I'm not sure I'm going to, if you would like to see last year's version you can go HERE.
Wouldn't you love to have this handsome Santa helping you bake your cookies and candies for the Holidays?
He comes with his own tools, doesn't say much, I'm sure he doesn't even leave a mess behind.
His Gingerbread house has lots of gumdrops he's scattered across the roof, if we look around I'm sure he's left plenty for us to nibble on while we watch him work his magic.

His apron has been made by a great designer using only the finest of rickrack for trim along the edges, to say nothing of the beautiful monogramming on the pocket filled with a yummy Gingerbread cookie.
We all know Santa has big feet we try to fill each year.
He even filled it with a small Christmas tree all decked out with pine cones and cherries.

If Gingerbread isn't what you're wanting help yourself to some M&M's.

Or a few Candy Kisses.
Christmas isn't Christmas without a few Candy Canes.
An antique Spooner holds a few Gold Silver Dollars, they'll be hidden around the house Christmas Eve, one lucky person will take home a Real Silver Dollar, the rest will have to settle on eating Chocolate. :-))

I hope you enjoyed seeing Santa work his magic in the kitchen..