Thanks to Susan at http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com for hosting Tablescape Thursday. It gives a lot of us dishaholics a place to play with our dishes. Be sure to visit her and her participants to see many creative ways of setting a table.
I am also linking with Michael Lee at http://designsbygollum.blogspot.com/
We should all visit her and her participants too. You can find many great recipes there. Thanks Michael!
Today will be the end of my series of patriotic tablescapes.
I had this done when my stepdaughter with her 3 tiny tots were visiting. AJ was also here for a visit.
The kids wanted to have a lunch tea party so I made various sandwiches: peanut butter and jelly, egg salad and turkey. I also baked some chocolate chip cookies. Then I cut up some mangoes which I served with cherries.
I used mostly Polish pottery dishes. I tend to use these a lot for casual meals because they are very practical and can easily be mixed and matched.
I love tea warmers and I thought this one, with stars and stripes, shows patriotism. It matches the tea light candle holder, also a Polish pottery.
And no matter how young they are, they enjoyed the tea party and they showed their appreciation. They kept telling me the next day how much fun the tea party was.
I hope you enjoyed my last patriotic table for this year. Thank you all for coming by and I am wishing you all a
Happy Independence Day!!!!