Dec 12, 2011

Merry Monday: Santa’s Kitchen

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

Who would have thought that Santa had a rustic side to him?  Apparently, Karen Ayars did.  She sent us this incredibly cute table that she styled for a “Christmas Baking Party” for her daughter and three of her daughter’s friends. The party was in their family cabin and she used items in her kitchen to decorate the table. The purpose of the party was for the kids to make some Christmas goodies for Good ‘Ol St. Nick. Sweet treats included gingerbread cookies, Santa hat cupcakes and “coal” cake pops.  We bet Santa will have a very full belly. Scroll down below for the vendor credits.

To see some more rustic features, click here and here.

Photography by Jeff Tureaud.

Vendor Credits:
Printables: 9 to 5 Mom
Tag cookies, Gingerbread and stocking cookies: Baked Perfection
Coal Cake Pops: Cera’s Sweet Shop
Santa Claus Hat fondant cupcake toppers: Krazy Kool Cake Designs
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  • Oh my, oh my, what a precious rustic Santa’s Christmas Kitchen…so much fun!
    I was all giggly happy looking at all the adorable pictures and every detail is perfect! And the little elf at work, she’s precious & the smiling little photo too! I love that cute & adorable smile! 🙂

  • Love,Love,Love this Santa’s Christmas Kitchen!!!Sooo Adorable!

  • How cute it that, and that little girl? want to pinch her cheeks.

  • I love it! The little girl is so sweet and I’m so pleased to see the santa hat toppers that my friend Laura made! Everything looks fabulous! A beautifully styled party!

    • What an absolutely beautiful theme and Karen did a gorgeous job!!!! Proud to be a part of this photo shoot! Your daughter is BEAUTIFUL Karen!!!!! Thanks for including me Karen and Amy! 🙂

      Thank you Danielle! Te quiero! 🙂