Showing posts with label Red White and Blue. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Red White and Blue. Show all posts

Thursday, July 2, 2015

RED WHITE AND BLUE SNACK TABLE


 
We usually celebrate the 4th of July outside. Rain is predicted for Saturday, so I'm trying to set up some of it inside, but I'm still hoping that it can all go outside on Saturday. This table began with a quilt I bought at an estate sale several years ago.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

PATRIOTIC VIGNETTES

 As I was posting these pictures, I realized that I may have an estate sale addiction.  In the above vignette, both the framed picture and the tile came from estate sales.
 

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

PATRIOTIC TABLESCAPE



I recently went to Sur La table. Of course, bargain hunter that I am, I headed straight for the sale racks.  I found four of these shirt striped placemats and four red napkins to bring home with me.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

NOT YOUR NORMAL RED WHITE AND BLUE

RED WHITE BLUE 1

Our Memorial Day table is red, white, and pastel blue. I normally use a deep cobalt blue in patriotic table settings.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

IN HONOR OF THOSE WHO SERVE

In my last post, I explained to you that I had lost some of my brain cells.  I still haven't found any replacement brain cells, so I am sharing last year's Memorial Day table again.


Bargain Hunting with Laurie

Monday, June 28, 2010

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

My tabletop for this Tuesday is really a ledge top, but sweet Marty will let us post ledges for Tabletop Tuesday. Please join me in celebrating America’s birthday on the ledge of my china cabinet.

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The post cards are reproductions.

PST CRDS -UNC SMS

POSTCARDS

A Christmas ornament:

AM FLAG



happy 4th

I am linking this post to A Stroll Thru Life for Tabletop Tuesday and to Anything Goes Here for the Vintage Red White and Blue Party, even though my red, white and blue decor is reproduction vintage. I hope that’s okay. (The Uncle Sam Pez dispenser is probably one of the oldest things on this ledge. However, the cardboard Happy 4th cutout was something that I found in my Mother’s stash, so I don’t know how old it is.)

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