Tuesday, June 28, 2011

A Recycled 4th of July

Recycling is the Theme this 4th of July

We're going to finally start our compost bin so we can recycle much of our kitchen garbage - Yuck!

We're going to work on a big housecleaning project that will result in a big donation drop-off - Yay!

We're going to re-use our favorite summertime menu:  Pulled Pork, BBQ Beans and Coleslaw - Yum!

And we are going to decorate and set the table re-using napkins and crafts we've made for prior occasions...

Medallion napkin rings that we made for Memorial Day.

Whimsical red, white and blue bunting that we made for the Royal Wedding of William and Kate.  Though the fork, knife and spoon fabric seems much more appropriate for the 4th.

A rediscovered bistro tablecloth that inspired us to start making new ones from our wonderful Picking Daisies's fabrics.

Table-top American flags purchased for last year's 4th of July celebration.

These have no place being here because they are new fabrics.  But go ahead, have a peek at these red, white and blue napkins...

Have fun celebrating the 4th in your own recycled tradition.

Inspiration:  Medallion Napkin RingsBunting for the Royal Wedding, Bistro Tablecloths, Red, White & Blue Napkins

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