Sunday, July 30, 2017

My Pioneer Woman Collection

Do you have a collection?  I have several to be honest.  Other than collecting all the old vintage things I can get my hands on, my most recent collection started back at Christmas last year.  In case you don't know who the Pioneer Woman is, her name is Ree Drummond.  I first started following her blog many years ago.  She now has a food network show, a mercantile shop and now this collection of kitchen wares too.
My family gave me lots of the Pioneer Woman collection dishes and such.  I got a full set of dishes and a full set of pots and pans along with some little odds and ins too.  There are so many different print versions but they all seem to match somehow.  I don't have a lot compared to some, but my collection is growing little by little.
This picture shows almost all I got for Christmas, so its a pretty good start to a collection.  There are lots of pieces to collect and they (Walmart) are also ever changing and adding to the collection.
I took one of her tablecloths and turned it into a curtain for my kitchen.  See how HERE.
All of the pictures (except one) you see in this post are from my Instagram account.  I post on there frequently but most of all on Wednesdays so I can participate in the #PioneerWomanWednesday.  I have met so many ladies that collect these pieces too! Recipe for the above picture is HERE.
My Instagram user name is ddcamp170 if you want to follow me and join in on the fun.  You never know what you'll see each week and you will definitely get some awesome ideas on how to style your pieces as well.
I actually use all of the items I have almost on a daily basis.  Of course the pretty pieces always make a picture more colorful and interesting too, that never hurts!
This post was, and continues to be, a hit on Instagram.  My honey gave me this pitcher for Mother's Day and I've used it for several different applications, but mostly it holds my wooden utensils.
These small bowls are always helpful on salad night and they are gorgeous to boot! Makes for a colorful table setting.
See that measuring cup in the center there?  I use that thing so much.  I got it because it was so very pretty, but boy oh boy is it ever functional as well.  It has the cup measurements inside. I love it!
Can you spot all the Pioneer Woman collection pieces in this picture?  I love the pots and pans set, very nice to use.
You can pull a centerpiece together in a snap with her beautiful collection, just look at all that color!
I loved this combination so much, I decided to keep it over in the kitchen close to the stove so I could reach everything easily.
I even made little under the sink curtains with the leftover material I had after making the kitchen window curtain from the tablecloth.  So cute!
These two pieces are my most recent purchase and even though they don't match exactly, they go together.
The sweet little colander and dish towels are my very most recent addition to my collection and I received these from my partner in the #PioneerWomanGiftExchange that we recently had on Instagram.  It was so cool to see everyone's new pieces they received.  Rumor has it that we will do another exchange in the Fall this year. YAY!

It doesn't have to be done all at once.  It is a slow process in the works! C-ya next time!
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6 comments:

  1. I do love all of Ree's pieces. I also started reading her blog before she became famous.

    Great job on the styling of her pieces. I saw her line of products in Walmart on Saturday. But, lol.......I don't need anything else in my kitchen.

    Have a great week.

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  2. Thanks so much and you have a great week as well! :)

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  3. I love all the color in this line of kitchen wares. I think it would be hard to not be cheerful while using them! Mixing and matching with these dishes looks fun.

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    1. It really is fun Ann, thanks for visiting our blog! :)

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  4. I think the fun in collecting is indeed to do it piece by piece. Those dishes are lovely!

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    1. Me too and that's what I do! lol! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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