a patriotic tablescape that hopes to be a tablescape

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  2. Katherine, this came together beautifully! I love the bandana tablecloth and the hair ties for napkin rings. So clever and creative!

  3. I love the bandana table cloth with the pompons!! So cute!! I’m suddenly craving ice cream sundaes! They are so perfect for the 4th. I love the little white cake stand and your hair ties for the napkins is brilliant!!!

  4. Katherine, your table is so fun! Dessert first is something I always say I want. Such cute accessories. A beautiful backdrop to enjoy this theme. Sundaes sound wonderful right now, since it is so hot outside. A pleasure to join you on this Patriotic tablescape blog hop. Happy 4th.

  5. Katherine, for last minute shopping at Michael’s, you hit the jackpot. Love your combination of patterns ~ not too many at all ~ and all the pretty dishes. I would have a sundae too, even in the heat. The hair tie idea is great; better than rubber bands! Lovely table and happy you are hopping with us.

  6. I love your bandana tablecloth wih your pom pom fringe Katherine! ‘Eat Dessert First’ is my motto too 🙂 As always it’s a treat to blog hop with you! Happy 4th!

  7. Katharine, I am all for mixing patterns! Using hair ties for napkin rings is a tip I am going to borrow! Dessert first is always a fun treat, and the sundae cups are so cute! I love the little caddy holding all the toppings. What a great idea!

  8. It’s fun to come up with something out of not much and you did a great job Katherine! What says USA and the 4th of July better than ice cream! I love the bandanas and the fun touches, the stars and stripes straws are really cute! Happy 4th

  9. Who doesn’t love a cute dessert table!! Kudos for the ice cream shot in hot weather! I did that once and and said never again, mine kept melting and looking like a puddle of yuck. If there are rules about combining patterns, I am sure I have broken all of them, they would have to lock me up and throw away the key! I like the patterned plates on your fabulous bandana table cloth!! Fun and festive!!! ❤️have a wonderful 4th!!

  10. Katherine this is so beautiful and fun! I adore the bandana tablecloth. I am going to check out your tablecloth post for sure! Your beautiful flowers and bright photos and patriotic table decor is giving me all the summer fun vibes!

    So happy to hop with you this week. Have a Happy Fourth of July!

    1. Hello my darling friend. Summer fun vibes are the best ( wink), thank you for your kind comment. You are so talented it really is a joy to be included in the group with you. hugs!

  11. There is not anything I like better than a dessert table. I do love your tablecloth and its cute fringe! I have often used hair ties as napkin rings, and they are less expensive! It is such a pleasure blog hopping with you this week sweet friend!

  12. Very cute and resourceful, Katherine! Love the tablecloth and the added pom pom fringe. I’ve used hair ties for napkin rings too, even keep a set I purchased in the same cupboard where I store the napkin rings now.
    Hey, dessert table is a table, of course!

  13. Your table is so darn cute, and who doesn’t want to just have dessert and skip the rest of the meal? Of course, despite the rest of your decor like those adorable plates, your tablecloth steals the show!! That is so darn creative and the addition of the pompom trim is the icing on the cake!! Thank you for joining us again for another hop!!

    1. Chloe, thank you so much, it means a lot coming from you. You can never go wrong with a few pom poms ( pun intended) I am enjoying the group and tablescape hops so much! Thank you again for your bloggy friendship and invitations. Hugs!

  14. Kathrine, Never and I do mean never apologize for a tablescape my friend. A vignette or tablescape can be whatever we want it to be. We are stylists sweet friend.
    Even though our tablescapes can sometimes be considered works of art….most of the time we are just having fun decorating and your title of “the patriotic setting that hopes to be a tablescape” is so perfect.
    Remember, in the beginning, the painter Monet’s paintings were considered formless, unfinished and ugly!
    Really? I LOVE MONET’s art….especially “Impression, Sunrise”
    AND I love your wonderful dessert bar! I will never turn down ice cream or cookies with sliding frosting from the sun. LOL
    I also like the napkin ring hair ties and bandana tablecloth.
    Such a pretty setting with your flower garden in the back ground…turning the table was genius.
    It is always a pleasure to blog hop with you. Happy 4th

    1. Hello sweet Kari, we are two peas in a pod.Monet is my favorite. I have many books and a couple of replicas that I enjoy. I like most impressionist works but, Monet has always been my favorite. Thank you for your kind comments and encouragement. Hugs!

  15. Your tablecloth is so festive and creative! It is a pleasure to be joining you for the hop this week! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  16. How fun to create a dessert bar tablescape to celebrate in Red White and Blue! It would be fun to surprise my hubby with a version of this on our back porch one evening. The pom pom fringe on your DIY table cover is adorable!

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