Tuesday, January 3, 2012

It Has Been Years....But I'm Updating the Kitchen.....

Redding up.
Cleaning out.
Simplifying.
Sprucing up.

Whatever you want to call it,
I am on it.

Time for some changes around here.

If I can't have a new kitchen this year
I'll at least have some different things
hanging out in it.

For several years I have enjoyed 
these pretty wall pieces.


But they just have to go....along with 
most everything else that is out there.





I blame it on Etsy.
And maybe a bit on Pinterest.

So many things to love.
So many artists to support.
And the prices are amazing!!

One new gallery 
coming right up!

So....
if you are interested in these for 
your home you'll find the listing
as a link right here.

9 comments:

Linda G. said...

My mom would call it "redding up" too. I sometimes find myself referring to a cleaning task as redding up. Good luck with your new etsy shop!

Vee said...

Ahhh, recycling of the finest kind. Have a lot of fun!

Vee said...

Do you know why I'm back here? Because for just a split second, I promise that's all it was, your window decorations looked like petit fours. Apparently, I'm on the prowl for food!

Theresa said...

Never heard of redding up:) But I need to do that too! Hope you succeed in getting things like you want them! Have a blessed and productive day, HUGS!

Vickie said...

Hi Becky - those are cute - however I have NO wallspace and I'm not ready to change my kitchen! I know someone will snatch those little babies up quick! Do show us pictures after you spruce up your kitchen!

Marydon said...

Must be an eastern saying, as I've never heard it before either. So what is the new decor going to be Becky?
Happy New Year, my friend.
Have a beautiful day ~
TTFN ~
Marydon

Mrs.Rabe said...

Redding up! Very 'dutchy' today!

I can't wait to see what you are going to do - are you going to paint?

Deanna

Tracy's corner said...

Show before and after pictures please!!

Elena said...

You are the first person to say redding besides my mom. She said it all the time, I used to say it until my friends would say, "What?" They had never heard of that expression. Mom said her mom always said it to. She said it was a shortened expression of "ready up". She thought it came from a Dutch expression.