Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Broad Stripes and Bright Stars...Tabletop Tuesday

I'm joining Marty at "A Stroll Thru Life" for Tabletop Tuesday.

Since many people where away or busy for Memorial Day I thought I would re-post my Memorial Day table again.

My brother Henry Daniel Phillips II; Vietnam Veteran...

Come sit and have a cold drink or perhaps some fresh cherry's, watermelon or a yummy coconut cupcake!

White ironstone dinner plates from JC Penney.
Red scallop plates also from JC Penny.
Blue and white Royal Stafford plates from TJ Maxx, a few years ago.
Blue wine glasses are from the Dollar Tree.
Glass compote's from GW, this week.
Glass basket from GW, this week.
Cupcake stand from Home Goods.
Napkins from Home Goods.
Uncle Sam figures from Michael's.
Tall white candle stick with red candle from Home Goods.
Blue place mats from Big Lots.

I hope you enjoy my table and take a few moments to reflect on all the sacrifices of our military, past and present. Thank you for visiting! Your kind comments, are so appreciated!

Please be sure to visit Marty at "A Stroll Thru Life" and see what she is sharing this week. Thank you Marty for hosting Tabletop Tuesday! I've met so many new friends by joining in her party each week! Thank you Marty!


  1. What a sweet patriotic table setting Kim. Love, love, love it! And a very nice picture of your brother too. How brave of him to serve - I will always be grateful.

  2. I am so glad I got to see this...it is a beautiful tribute, and as always you do a splendid job.....the dessert is divine looking...and I love watermelon too!

  3. Oh how beautiful. I love your floral arrangement, it is gorgeous. Your dishe and all the accessory items are so perfect. You really did a beautiful job. It is just perfect for the Holiday. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

  4. I just found your blog through a comment you made at Marty's....how lucky for me! You did a fantastic job on this Memorial Day table. I am totally in love with your glass basket holding the cherries. How lucky for YOU to have found that at GW.

    Your mantle looks great, too!


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