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Friday, July 1, 2011

Vintage Stars And Stripes


We've turned a corner on Summer! Hello July!


We'll be pulling out the picnic blankets and yard games this weekend. This dark wood vintage croquet set is one of my favorites. And my old vintage bunk spread has that ranch house vibe that makes me want to hang out somewhere near a Montana stream.


These crisp  blue and whites say farmhouse kitchen to me.



Isn't it wonderful how an old jar can take you places? The old graphics on the lid take me back to the General Store on Walton's Mountain.



Did folks find blue ink jars beautiful when they were a necessary item?


A jar full of Summer sweet tea fills more than a need for a good cold drink on a sweltering July afternoon.


Country Roses Blue Moon teacup takes me down some country road. . . .














I hope you enjoy a good old fashioned July ahead!
Ciao! for now!

Jacqueline

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20 comments:

  1. Oh Jacqueline - this did make me reminisce - love playing croquet on the lawn - such fun - love the patterns in the pillows, tablecloth and blanket - those blue jars are gorgeous! Absolutely lovely!
    Hope you have a blessed Fourth of July!
    Kathy

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  2. Hi J,
    Sweet tea and yard games, perfect!! Love that quilt!! Enjoy your day lounging on the lawn:-)
    Hugs,
    Bella

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  3. your pictures scream ...SUMMER! love the crochet set, saw one the other day and almost bought it. Hey, I went to "waltons mtn" 2 yrs ago and had a blast!

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  4. Jacqueline ~ everything is soooo beautiful. LOVE the red gingham ~ Happy fourth of July ;-)

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  5. I love all these vintage back yard goodies! They remind me of a summer afternoon in the country. Have a wonderful weekend! Pamela

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  6. Boa noite Jacqueline ! Que belo dia ensolarado acompanhado com belos ornamentos vintage. Seu blog é inspirador!
    Abrç Dorath.

    http://jaitoutsimplement.blogspot.com/

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  7. Jacqueline, your share brings forth many wonderful holiday moments of fun ... good food ... & celebrating.
    Have a lovely holiday weekend.
    TTFN ~
    Marydon

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  8. What a sweet charming setting for the 4th of July.

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  9. I just love your beautiful photos, I always click on to see them! Love the crochet set and the ranch house bedspread!

    Rondell

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  10. Hi and what a lovely soothing looking post! Your snaps look so summery lazy and that's a good thing! :) All the sweet olden things and sun tea! Oh, I haven't made that in so long!!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  11. So pretty Jacqueline! This post looks like an issue from Victoria magazine! Love it!!

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  12. Don't you have the best blue dishes ever!
    Happy 4th of July!
    XXX Ido

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  13. Jacqueline, this looks like time gone by. Love the blanket and those wonderful old mallets. Hope you have a wonderful long weekend.

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  14. so many adorable images, I LOVE SUMMER!

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  15. You take the best photos,, I just love coming here,, just a very enjoyable calm place to visit,

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  16. Beautiful collection of pictures!! What an amazing way to capture the essence of summer! Love this post:)

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  17. I'll be right over for some sweet tea and lounging in your lovely yard!

    I hope you and your family have a lovely 4th of July weekend.

    Hugs,
    Marie

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  18. Your photos are simply stunning. Now i am craving a tall glass iced tea. Yummmmm yummmm.

    Enjoy your 4th of July!
    Paula

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  19. love all of your red whites and blues!;) have a happy 4th!! Hugs, Rachel

    French Farmhouse 425

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  20. I am loving this Jacqueline~ so charming!! Your whole vignette is just wonderful!! Thanks for sharing it at my party and Happy 4th!

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