Bloggers' Patriotic Inspirations

7.04.2013

It's a wet and gloomy Fourth here, but I thought I would share some red, white and blue inspiration from a couple of my Wow Us Wednesday parties.

I always look forward to seeing how Mary decorates her Garden Shed for all the holidays.

Some Patriotic bottles by Common Ground.

Festive table setting by Back Porch Musings.

Shirley, did a great job creating this Festive Vignette in her entry.

Cute banner shared by Marty's Musings.

 Potting bench all decked out in red, white and blue by Organized Clutter.

Apothecary Jars by Real Coake.

I just had to share this beautiful hanging basket shared by My Dream Canvas that she saw on a trip to the Cascade Mountains.


DIY scrap wood flag by My Love 2 Create.

Another festive table by Fabby's Living.

A coastal inspired table for the Fourth by The Charm of Home.

Festive mason jars all decked out by Mason de Pax.

Festive door by Upstairs Downstairs.

This porch is fabulous and looks ready for a party by Dixie Delights.

Patriotic cake by This is Happiness.

I'm going to end with this cute vintage tricycle by House of Hawthornes.

There were so many more, but we must stop here.

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The new winner of the pillow giveaway is #43, Marsha. 

Have a wonderful holiday and come back tomorrow for another guest blogger's favorite room.


17 comments:

  1. We have sun here. Fairly nice temps for July, too.

    I loved seeing the features. Thanks so much for including my table!

    Happy 4th of July!

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  2. HAPPY 4TH OF JULY KIM!
    GREAT IMAGES, HAD TO PIN THE MASON JARS, SO CUTE!

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  3. Thanks so much for sharing my Potting Shed Kim! It's been raining here for a week with more in the forecast so this brightened my day! Love that vintage tricycle :) Happy Independence Day!

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  4. Great decorations! happy 4th to you as well. Are you going to host another Homespun Christmas link party for mantels and such? Maybe it's too soon to ask, but I love Christmas :)

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  5. thanks for sharing my bottles, Kim. LOVE that adorable red tricycle. have a great weekend!

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  6. Danice, that was a group party and I don't know if that is planned again this year.

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  7. Kim, guess it has rained on your parades. Just got back home from watching our neighborhood parade, and it was hot and humid. We'd love a little of that rain!
    Thanks for sharing these features. Fun to see all this patriotic beauty. I'm off to visit more blogs this afternoon.
    Happy 4th! ~ Sarah

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  8. Happy 4th of July Kim! I love all the patriotic inspiration, especially the last one. It reminds me of fond memories of the 4th of July parade we used to have in our neighborhood when I was a kid. All the kids would decorate their bikes to ride in the parade. Horses' manes were braided with red white and blue ribbon, and cars were decked out. Good times! Have a wonderful day!

    Debbie

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  9. Great inspiration! Sorry you are having a rainy fourth!So glad to be away from the rain.The last part of our vacation was filled with it.Finally enjoying some sun!
    xx
    Anne

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  10. So much holiday inspiration! Hope that rain stops so you can watch the fireworks!

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  11. Great features! I see so many inspiring ideas! Thanks for sharing! Happy Fourth, Kim!

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  12. So many wonderful patriotic projects, I love it!! Thanks so much for including my scrap wood american flag Kim!!

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  13. The trike is to cute:)

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  14. Love the 4th of July decorations especially the Wood Flag.....Hope you had a great one....it rained here all day :(
    Daisy~

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  15. Happy fourth Kim -- love all of these inspirational images!!! Thanks for pulling together.

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  16. Thanks for sharing my Patriotic Banner, Kim. I just saw this! I look forward to seeing you again at Haven (I was with the ladies in Greensboro at Green Valley Grill!)

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