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June 30, 2014

Clay Pottery Star Spangled

I have seen a lot of inspiration out there for crafty items for the Independence Day celebrations.  I'm not too crafty so I like "easy" projects and quick results!

 I made of pair of these which will probably be set on the outdoor dining table for the 4th of July celebrating!

 The clay pots were spray painted inside and out and I used a cone shaped styrofoam piece to set in the center and poke my pics into.  The decorations on the outside are foam cutouts from JoAnn Fabrics.  They stick real good- you can't remove them if you change your mind (yes I tried) LOL   I used some of that shredded paper to stuff around the pics.  The pics came from Hobby Lobby and Michaels.

There are cute little pinwheel pics too....and they work....these were spinning as I took the pictures!

I was late going to the stores so I only got what was left.  I would have liked twice as many pics as I got, but overall I'm happy.

Getting my Independence Day decorating started!
I'm joining
Between Naps on the Porch for
Metamorphosis Monday

Our Home Away From Home for
Tuesdays at our Home

Kathe With an E for

A Stroll Thru Life for

Have A Cup Of Mrs. Olson for

http://jannolson.blogspot.com/2014/07/share-your-cup-thursday-109.html

 
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15 comments:

  1. So cute and adorable! Despite what you say, you are very crafty!!!

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  2. These are so cute, Liz! My kind of craft...quick and easy!

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  3. So cute! The pinwheels are my favorite. Happy 4th!
    xo Kathleen

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  4. So cute Liz!! So they won't come off even if you try, huh? :-D That sounds like something I would do. I love the shade of blue paint you used and the darling pinwheels. Enjoy your week and have a Happy Fourth!

    Hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  5. Liz, I love your patriotic 4th of July craft decor...it's like a party in a pot! :) They really make a grand statement...love them! I love your beautiful garden...would love to go for a walk under the arbor and stroll through it to see what you have growing. I think I see a fairy garden, too! Enchanting!

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  6. Your patriotic pots are really pretty. I think you did a great job, and they'll be perfect on you deck table. Happy 4th!

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  7. So cute Liz!!...Looks like you are ready for the 4th!!!...Love that you used foam cut outs!!!

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  8. Cute and easy -- my kind of craft. What kind of paint did you use on them? Do you have a sealer or anything?

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  9. Very cute! I don't do much anymore with crafting, but I do admire a good project when I see it.

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  10. Hi Liz, isn't that the cutest display for the 4th. I love these quick and easy projects with a big impact. They will be great on your table for the 4th. Enjoy and have a nice holiday!
    Hugs

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  11. These are really cute! They look like colorful fireworks exploding! I haven't been in a Jo-Ann's in a long time. The foam cutouts are so cute that I need to just peek in. Or not...I could get into real trouble going in there!!!

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  12. Sooo pretty, Liz! What a beautiful idea! Happy 4th!

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  13. Liz your patriotic pots are fabulous! I love quick things too. They remind me of fireworks blooming. What fun bright colors. They will really punch up your table! Have a wonderful 4th of July.

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  14. Liz,
    A D O R A B LE Clay Pots!!!
    Happy Fourth of July, dear friend!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  15. Cute Liz and very festive! Thanks for sharing them with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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