Happy Independence Day and Centerpiece
Happy 4th of July! I put together a quick and easy centerpiece in celebration of the red, white and blooming hydrangeas in an ironstone pitcher, serving as a vase.
And exercised my freedom and independence, using a ‘Happy 4th of July’ cake topper/banner, atop the hydrangeas instead of a cake. ;)
You can find at the table here, celebrating the Red, White, and Liberty Blue.
However you celebrate, spend a few moments to remember and give thanks for our military men and women and their families, whose service and sacrifice allow us to live in freedom.
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Happy 4th to all of you!! Hope you have a gorgeous day:)
I’m with Sue. Have a great 4th with family and friends. We are joining friends this evening on their dock for soft shell 🦀 and fireworks. Hope your day is equally enjoyable.🇺🇸🎇😎
Very Pretty! I have 11 blooms on my Hydrangea bush! YEA! Better than the 2 from last year. lol Happy 4th everyone!
Thank you for your beautiful patriotic post–Happy 4th of July to you, your hubby and the dogs.
Can’t get any better than hydrangeas! Beautiful!
So pretty and love your sweet pups too! Happy 4th!
Happy Independence Day!!!
Hope you’re enjoying a beautiful day on the lake, Happy 4th!
LONG MAY SHE WAVE!!!
Beautiful centerpiece! :)
Happy July 4th to you! I love all of your pictures of your wonderful, beautiful little dogs. They are so photogenic!
Happy 4th! I hope everyone had a safe and joyful holiday!
Beautiful as always, hope u had a nice 4th!
Love all the red, white and blue! Happy 4th!
Mary, what a beautiful centerpiece! I hope you enjoyed a wonderful celebration!
Hope you had lots of wags at your 4th celebration Mary! Four cheers for your red white a blue fur balls!
Mary, love your blog and enjoy all the great ideas. For the 4th, we went to a nearby mall to watch the fireworks, but had to be there early as they close up the streets. So we went with friends and packed food. I made a variation of your “fairy cake” by making individual parfaits in small clear glasses. I put in a disk of angel food cake, followed by the lemon curd lightened up with cream cheese and some cool whip (real whipped cream wouldn’t have stood up to the time and heat), loaded up some raspberries/strawberries/blueberries, and topped it off with more cool whip. Let me tell you, they were G-O-N-E in nothing flat, and people were asking for seconds. Thanks again, and give those pups a hug for me.
So glad they were a hit Anna! Happy 4th to you!
I’ll bet you had a Happy 4th, Mary! The pic of the pups made me say…”Awwwww”!
I know you had a great 4th!…catching up on my blog reading…always so wonderful seeing your creations, especially by the lake!