Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Memorial Day Red White and Blue

It's time for a little bit of Memorial Day preparations

Some red white and blue in honor of our soldiers who have sacrificed dearly for our freedom.

In the shop I gathered some ruby fenton glass and some cobalt plates and set them on the
 Frenchy  table I recently  painted white. 
I added in some white lace, I picked up on a recent Florida purchasing spree.



Moved things around till I was content.





My dear sister, who is back in town now made these napkin rings.
I just call her Pickier

The adventures of Picky and Pickier  will begin again now ;). 
She just loves to go junking with me, and visa versa.

We managed to get the window decorated also in a red white and blue theme for the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend
Here is a peek at the window with some white enamelware trimmed in red.
 Some little flags thrown in here and there, and as always my favorite....
vintage bottles, this time in cobalt blue


I love decorating the windows for the Holidays.
This one will work for Flag Day June 14th and Independence Day July 4th
(Let's see If I don't get bored and change it a bit)

And back at the Cottage, a fitting table ready for breaking some crabs from Ricky's


Yumm I am already thinking about steamed mussels

I hope you have a happy upcoming Memorial Day... the official start of summer... yippee..
It's only 2 weeks and 3 days away from Memorial Day weekend!!

 How come we don''t see stuff out 6 weeks ahead like we do at Halloween?
Yeah like in August already?

Anywho have a great one!!
Thanks to all our service men and women!!

Joining some parties
Nifty thrifty Tuesday @ Coastal Charm
White Wednesday @ Faded Charm

2 comments:

  1. What a wonderful finds. It looks fabulous and the presentation was great. You did a great job. A lot of thanks for sharing.


    Charles A

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