Monday, July 4, 2016

Happy 4th of July!!!!

 Wishing you a happy and safe 4th of July...this weekend is always a big celebration in my hometown and I sure wish I could have been there.  Here's a view down Main St. in 1920
Some cute vintage graphics and some patriotic crafts................





 Happy Trails!

6 comments:

  1. Isn't that pillow pretty! You always inspire me! Love that old photo too! Happy fourth my friend! Enjoy your day. Hugs, Diane

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  2. I see a comment from you just came in! We are visiting at the same time! Wish you were next door....I would just pop over! HUGS!!!

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  3. Hope you're you had a grea 4th!!

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  4. Love the quilted flag pillow. I have a quilted flag that's framed in an old window ... bought it in Amish Country, OH years ago.

    I absolutely love Instagram. It's like micro-blogging. Just post a picture and a small message, or just use hashtags, and you're done. Doesn't take as much though as blogging does. And yet I've made so many connections around the world and find so much inspiration. Yes, you can follow people -- but it's all very easy. I started almost 3 years ago and am so glad I did. It also opened up a whole new side of Kuwait I didn't know about and I've made many new friends here because of it. So for me, it's all been good.

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  5. I hope you had a safe and wonderful 4th--the nostalgia of the olden days makes me miss the days when it was ok and politically correct to be proud to be an American! Whether it's cool or not, I am a proud American! Love the vintage graphics Sam.
    xoxoo

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  6. Pretty and patriotic. I love all of the projects but the pillow is my favorite. I hope your holiday was a grand one. We had fun at the lake but the Internet wasn't working and so I didn't get to wish all of you a happy 4th. Oh well! We had fun anyway and I sure hope you did too.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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