A Red White and Blue Potting Bench

I don't decorate very extensively for the 4th of July, but I did add some patriotic decor to my potting bench on the front patio.





















I have always loved red white and blue!  It's a great color combination.

















29 comments:

  1. HAPPY
    HAPPY
    BIRTHDAY!
    I hope it was a great one!
    Love the red, white and blue on your porch!
    Warmly,
    deb

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  2. Darling 4th of July Vignette-pinned it too!
    Jemma

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  3. Love the crispness of the red, white and blue - always a favorite!!!

    xo

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  4. Nice. I especially like the hand pump!

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  5. It's looks great, so festive & patriotic. I'm smitten with the flowers in the tea kettle!

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  6. What great 4th of July decorations! Looks so very festive!

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  7. Your potting bench is wonderful! I do like red, white, and blue as well! Your decorations are great!
    Karen

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  8. Everything is perfect! So much inspiration here! My potters bench is finished, and it is wonderful. I just love visiting your gardens!

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  9. Your potting bench looks great all deck out in red, white, and blue!! I have my patriotic things out too.
    hugs,
    Cindy

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  10. So festive! I love red, white, and blue, too!

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  11. It looks so festive against your blue house. I love the big rustic wood flag!

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  12. Okay pinning it. I am so glad I know you through blog land. Your blog and home make me ever so happy. I wish I could see it in person.

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  13. Wonderful way to celebrate the 4th! Your red, white and blue has made your potting bench so festive!!!! LOVE the dishes!

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  14. Such a cute vignette Carlene! I am going to be using you for inspiration if we get our dream house as it has a big covered front porch for me to decorate!! Have a good weekend :-)

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  15. Now, Carlene, dear one...
    that is about the COOLEST potting bench, EVER !!
    xoxo

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  16. Great 4th of July vignettes and I love your potting bench.
    ~Clara

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  17. I LOVE this great 4th of July decor on your porch! Pinning this!

    hugs,
    Linda

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  18. Carlene, love the sink top on your bench and all the patriotic stuff. You always put together the best items, like the lard can and red geraniums. So pretty. I have a lard can so may copy (flatter) you..Happy Weekend..Judy

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  19. That is a perfect red white and blue vignette. I love everything about it, starting with that great potting bench.

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  20. I love it Carlene! Can you believe I have not done one 4th of July project this year? Yikes!

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  21. Love the potting bench decor, but I lust after that lard tin! I wish i had kept my mop bucket for flowers.

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  22. That's the most patriotic potting bench I've ever seen and soooo cute. Love the geraniums and the wooden flag.

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  23. Just the right touches for a patriotic day! I'd forgotten it's that close. Guess I need to find some red, white and blue myself? Love the potting bench--think I'll pin it!

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  24. Sorry it has taken time for me to get to you but things have been very hectic, via my blog. I am trying to get caught up.

    all the touches you added are so festive and lovely. I really like that rustic flag you put over the beautiful potting bench. I love our flag.

    Cynthia

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  25. Perfectly patriotc potting! Pinning! Pop over
    http://www.sewsweetvintage.com/2013/06/folk-art-fabric-flag.html
    Now that's hard to say three times:)

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  26. Carlene, when I saw this on Hometalk, I fell in love with it. What a festive outdoor sink with all of the red, white & blue. I love that tea pot planted with red flowers, and your wood flags are great! You have the best "outdoor kitchen". laurie

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  27. Hi Carlene. This is so, so cute! Love the dishes in the strainer and the old tin. Really great Americana display!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  28. What are the Pansies planted in?

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