Monday, July 2, 2012

Independance Day Tablescape

My tablescape for the 4th is red,white and blue, with my "Ginny" 4th of July doll, by Vogue. She's a small composition doll.  I purchased her when I collected dolls some years ago.





She looks as if to say "When does the parade start"
as she holds her flag in her hand.


 


The bright festive colors puts me in a party mood, or maybe for tea!

 

One of my books on Tea.






My new plates and bowls go good with a tablesetting for breakfast or dinner.



On a visit to Pier 1 Inports last week, I found this teacup
salt and pepper shaker.




Here they are apart. So Cute!





Found this Teapot there also.






Wishing everyone a safe and happy 4th!!




Thanks for visiting with me today.

Have a Blessed Day!


4 comments:

  1. What a wonderful tablescape!

    I love your festival doll - and the salt and pepper shakers are just TOO CUTE!!!!

    Well done, Sylvia!

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    1. Thanks Michele, hope your 4th is safe and great!

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  2. I love your Ginny Doll...I have a Ginny Doll from my childhood. She doesn't look quite as good as yours, but she has been well loved. I also collect dolls, mostly by default, as many friends & family have added to my collection throughout the years whether I really wanted to collect or not! Your patriotic red white and blue tablescape is gorgeous! Thank you for celebrating our wonderful Independence Day this way!!! Such Fun!!! Hope your 4th of July is a joyous occasion for you and yours! We will be celebrating on Wed. and Saturday with family and friends. Enjoy, Enjoy, Enjoy!!
    God Bless America!!!

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    1. Thanks Pamela, I love my Ginny Doll but she's the only "Ginny" I have. I collected all types of dolls but mostly Raggady Ann & Andy's, I have given my two granddaughter's some but still have a large collection. Hope your 4th is a happy one and safe! I will be spending it with my siblings.

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