Thursday, July 3, 2014

Happy Independence Day!

Hi, everyone! 

I think I'm just about ready for tomorrow. Let's see...
Hot dogs and buns bought...check.
Beverages chilled...check.
Flags displayed, indoors and out...check.

A patriotic watering can of flowers, and red pillows on the deck...check, check.

Thanks to Liz @ Infuse With Liz for the blue paint inspiration. 
My little yellow watering can is now Patriotic Blue...

...and filled with a mix of flowers from the garden.
 Yep, I think I'm ready!

Wishing y'all a happy and safe weekend.
Happy 4th of July!

xo Babs

Parties to visit:

My Turn for Us ~ Freedom Fridays Blog Hop
The Charm of Home ~ Home Sweet Home Friday
The Dedicated House ~ Anything Blue Friday
The Jenny Evolution ~ Friday Flash Blog
Rooted in ThymeSimple and Sweet Friday


Unknown said...

What a beautiful home. Those peacocks and the hydrangea lined lane are stunning. I think it's always best to follow your heart and not trends! Take care.Happy Independence Day!


Love the centerpiece in your blue watering can in the gorgeous porch!
Happy 4th. of July and a safe celebration too.

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

Happy 4th Babs! Cute centerpiece!

Pat said...

LOVE the watering can painted blue, dear friend!!!
The red pillows are quite striking on the bench!
Adorable centerpiece!
Appears as if you're ready for a festive celebration!
Happy Fourth of July to you!!!

Parsimonious Décor Darling said...

That is a darling centerpiece! Love it! Visiting your from Rooted in Thyme.

Barbara Rosenzweig said...

Perfect post for this holiday!

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

What a pretty post, Babs! Hope you're having an awesome Fourth of July weekend, as well!

Leslie Anne Tarabella said...

That's the cutest watering can I've ever seen! I love the colors red, white and blue, so this is my favorite decorating season of the year!

Kelly said...

Hope you had a great 4th yesterday!

Bonnie said...

Babs, love your patriotic arrangement. Is that Crocosmia (not sure of spelling)? You have sun to grow zinnias and crocosmia. Anyway, it looks nice and cute idea to paint your watering can. You can change it back to yellow or paint it another color to suit your fancy.

Mary said...

Babs, I ADORE your patriotic watering can! I looks so festive painted blue with the flowers & flags!