Thursday, July 1, 2010

Happy Fourth of July!

Freedom will find me at the lake.  Freedom will find me watching fireworks!  Freedom will find me eating and eating and eating.... Everyone enjoy and thanks to all those who have given their service and lives for all our FREEDOMS!


Gee, this is when I wish I knew how to add music.  So please feel free to hum the stars and stripes to yourself or out loud.


Please join me out back for some snacks.



A beverage perhaps, remember my clearance star glasses (7.99 for 16), they are getting ready to get used for the first time.


A coke or  would you prefer some wine, yes wine...


Have you seen these, the guy at the store called them adult drink boxes.  Maybe Dallas is a test market, but they are just like drink boxes, without the straw.  It is about a half bottle of wine and you can chill them in a cooler during your next picnic.  I'm trying Sangria and Pinot Grigio.  I'll let you know, but I do know they will travel well.
No corkscrew needed.


I made the star plate last year, hot glued to a glass candlestick.

Whatever you find yourself doing this weekend,
 have a great Fourth of July.


Post script.  My first two comments talk about the tray.  Which I didn't even mention.  Sorry Mom for not giving you the credit. She gave my sister's each a piece of her aluminum wedding gifts.  The first comment even gave the name of the tray.  A Rodney Kent tray.  ( I checked and turned it over and sure enough, Rodney Kent!) So now I know. Thanks, Mom and thanks Melody, from Blogland for the tip on who my tray was created by.

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My Romantic Home
Colorado Lady
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28 comments:

  1. Love the gingham on your table! Great star glasses. Happy 4th!

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  2. Hey! You have a Rodney Kent Tray too! You need to visit my blog for past posts I have other peices, LoL, I collect hand-wrought aluminum (over 75 peices). Love the table it's so inviting.

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  3. I love that tray! I haven't seen the adult drink boxes but will be looking for them now. Have a Happy Fourth!

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  4. Lovely pieces and beautiful table to celebrate Freedom and Independence Day! So nice stopping by your fun place here! I enjoyed my visit!

    Kindly, ldh

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  5. Have not seen those adult juice boxes yet here. I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend.

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  6. I am digging the adult drink boxes! How clever is that?!? Your table looks lovely and I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend!

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  7. How pretty!!!! I love everything!

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  8. Beautiful! Have a great fourth!! And have a great VTT!

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  9. You are definitely ready for the 4th! And those wine boxes look so practical and just right for a casual event. Love your tablesetting! Happy 4th of July,
    Karen
    Ladybug Creek

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  10. ACK! I've tried twice to post a comment -- telling you that the aluminum tray brings back so many memories, and wishing you a happy 4th -- but Blogger keeps blocking it
    ....
    so let's hope this one works!
    Cass

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  11. You are all set for the 4th. Love your stuff. Happy 4th.
    D

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  12. very vintage setting. love the gingham.. so colourful! happy 4th July!

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  13. Love your patriotic serving pieces!

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  14. Love everything you are showing here..The gingham is adorable and I like your pretty tray.

    I am following you now...come by to see me when you have time.
    xo bj

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  15. Love your tablescape! I'd love for you to share it over at my other blog, It's A Blog Party, everyday I host a different linky party, Fridays are all about Decorating and I also have a 4th of July Party going on!
    http://itsablogparty.com
    Happy 4th!
    ~Liz

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  16. I'd love to join you for snacks! :-) I really like your hammered aluminum serving platter! I collect those.
    Happy 4th to you!

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  17. I'll be right there for a Pinot. Darling and cheerful and Patriotic dining at its best! xoxo Happy 4th...Nancy

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  18. What a cute 4th of July picnic! I'd love to picnic and watch the fireworks with that setting. Come by my blog for a chance to win a $50 Gift Certificate to CSN Stores!

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  19. What a lovely patriotic snack display. I love those buckets. The adult drink boxes are new to me. Mmm, I'm coming over for some of that fruit.

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  20. What a lovely Independence Day setting.

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  21. What a great post for celebrating July 4th. The plate hotglued to a candle stick is a fantastic idea, thank you. Have a great holiday.

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  22. Love any and everything patriotic...
    Have a Happy Fourth. Celebrate America
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  23. Didn't even know that tray had a name. Maybe I gave it up too soon. I saw it in an antique store and it made me feel like an antique

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  24. What a lovely table! Your photos are striking!

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  25. Lori, This is such a pretty table and the aluminum tray is wonderful. Thank you for joining the party.
    xo,
    Sherry

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  26. Really cute Lori!! I haven't seen those adult "juice boxes" yet around here. They look like a lot of fun.

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