Thursday, June 30, 2011

Showing Our Patriotic Colors . . .



Welcome to our 2011
patriotic house tour!

Come on in and you'll see
we're ready to celebrate our
country's 235rd birthday!


Uncle Sam and Miss Liberty . . .


Inside the door you'll see red, white, and blue
rabbits, bears, and pillows.
Grandchildren are welcome to play with all
of these.

entryway table. . .


you're the emblem of the land I love . . .

dining room . . .
kitchen table . . .

red and white collection . . .

kitchen sink window . . .

living room mantle . . .

back door . . .


Things are heating up here . . . over 100 today!
Thank goodness for air-conditioning.

So happy you stopped by today,
hope you have time to leave a comment.

12 comments:

larry said...

I saw Bob driving through Mannford whistling Yankee Doodle Dandy. :-)

Patsy said...

Your patriotic home is wonderful.
Happy 4th of July!

Christine said...

All the decorations are so festive. Are you having everyone to your house? We are going to our son's this year for a change.

Kerin said...

Everything looks wonderful! So cute, with all the red, white and blue. Love your front door!!
Hope that you have a wonderful 4th of July :)

Elena said...

I love your decorations Carol. They are beautiful! Have a wonderful 4th of July weekend.

Stacey said...

Very pretty Carol. :) Time for us to go out and hang our flag again.

Nancy said...

Very Festive, Carol! Everything looks wonderful!

Shelia said...

Hi Carol! Oh, you have the most wonderful patriotic pretties! I like your door decor and your table is so pretty. Even a patriotic lamp!! :)
Have a wonderful 4th,
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Kathi said...

Happy 4th of July, Carol. I like all of your festive decorations. Kathi

Amelia said...

Happy 4th...love the decorations. Will put my outside ones out tomorrow...any earlier and no telling where the wind would have taken them.

Opie Dawn said...

Love your home tour! Happy 4th of July!!!

Love,
April

Cindy said...

Wow, you do it up right! Love the "Grand Old Flag" pic. I remember learning that song in grade school. Sadly, I cannot imagine that the public schools today would ever teach it.