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Memorial Day Table

Posted by christmascandy (My Page) on
Tue, May 28, 13 at 22:12

I set this table for Memorial Day, but didn't get the pictures posted til now.

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I only have 2 of the red poppy plates, so used 2 other plates with poppies on them.

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I found some red silk poppies at DT, and added the little flags I use a lot. They are in a lead crystal bud vase from a TS.

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I printed out copies of the poem "In Flanders Fields" and placed them by each place setting.

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Thanks to all the heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country!! Also, thanks to all the heroes who served in any of our military branches.

Candy


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Such a wonderful setting. Very patriotic.

TFS

GG


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Lovely table ...you created the 'true meaning' of
Memorial Day here.
Great 'Candy Shot' too..that blue table cloth with red and white accents..really pops!
jane


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Neat glasses with the flag. Poppy plates are perfect although I probably wouldn't have thought of them. Remember when we used to get the little poppy lapel pins--or am I dating myself with that rememberance??? LOL

I love red, white, and blue tables, and so neat that you printed the poem to really honor the occassion.


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We still have the 'poppy' for your lapel here, luvs ... good tradition! candy...your table is so patriotic & I like that you printed out "In Flanders Fields." You even found RW&B flatware! Amazing!

Those red poppy plates are perfect & the centerpc is lovely carrying on the 'poppy' tradition... the white cross says it all. TFS your special t'scape! Jeanne S.


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This is a wonderful Memorial Day table, Candy.
The cross is perfect. I love that you used the poppy theme.
I always look forward to seeing your tables.They are always so lovely and done with such care.
Nana


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