Thursday, July 3, 2008

More For the Fourth

I love to decorate for holidays---aaaahh, let's face it,
I just love to decorate!
Here's a few more 4th of July decorations.


Shirlee said...

Morning Joy! You sure know how to put a display together. I'm intrigued by the clock face under one of your displays. Is it a table top or an old clock face?
I missed commenting on your window flag yesterday. It turned out really nice. I hope you don't mind but I gave you a plug over at my blog. I just think you've done some really creative things and wanted others to see.
I don't know where this house thing is going to go. The realtor and DH peeked under the carpet and didn't see any hardwood beneath the sea of carpet. I'd like to see things finish around here too! Unfortunatley the DH is less than motivated & if we were to move, I think he'd rather move to the little city. I may have to call in reinforcements to get things done. My oldest is highly motivated by a home cooked meal. :)

4funboys said...

i love... that you love... to decorate! great ideas!

can I come to your house for the 4th? because there's going to be LOTS of folks at my house... and it's not decorated this cute!

Mandi said...

Thanks Joy for the idea of making the beadboard flag into a Canadian flag. I have a great American one (because I am American) that I picked up awhile ago but anytime I've seen a Canadian crafty pricey. That's why I'm glad that there are great blogs like yours to help people like me on the way! :o) Hope you have a great 4th of July! Enjoy the fireworks!

Thrifty Miss Priss said...

Hi Joy! I wanted you to know your fabulous idea stuck in my head all day and I couldn't wait to get home from work to do it! I've posted pictures on my blog. Thank you so much for the inspiration! And of course all the credit goes to you! :-)

Karol said...

Gosh I can't get over how talented you are... I am such a Plain Jane compared to you!! (No one here reads blogs tho so it's my secret.) haha

Mrs. Trixi said...

I love all of your flags. They look great! Have a great 4th.

Terri and Bob said...

Love your decs! I am visiting from K and K's website! I love your window flag. I think it is only "treason" when you cut or burn the flag in hate! That is a LOVELY project.

Tausha said...

you are one fabulous decorator! I love all the 4th stuff!
You have lots and lots of 4thy stuff.
I have about a table's worth. Maybe.
but-I am going to make a flag. I have tons and tons of windows. I am so glad to see a project that is new and diff then everyone elses! maybe it wont be so unique after your blog post! I have already seen one, there just might be more than that out here in blogland! Thanks for sharing your talent!
You rock!

Jenny said...

I love your decorations, especially the window flag. I might feel a little weird cutting up the flag too but the end result was great! I love your blog too! I'll have to put you on my favorites.


Gale said...

LOVE...I will be stealing er..using the flag in the window idea

Gale said...

Just notice the little flags in the round holder. I'm assuming that holes were drilled in a newel post knob. I have wanted to display the little flags my mom gave me that had been put on various relatives gravesites over the years. Before they are removed before winter, she collects them as she has been doing for the past 40 years.. This is perfect

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