WELCOME TO MY NEW BLOG!!!!

Even though this blog looks like my old one, Debbie-Dabble, "Debbie-Dabble Blog" is my new Blog that I created on June 23, 2016, after my old one was hacked through my Debbie-Dabble Face Book Page which I have now deleted!!

I am a Victorian Soul, live in a small townhouse, not a huge Mega Mansion, with my Hubby Joe. I recently went Part Time after working full time night shift as an RN on a Hospital based Rehabilitation( Physical Medicine) Unit for 32 years and have been in nursing for 38 years!

I DABBLE IN A BIT OF THIS AND THAT!!!!

" IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO BE WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE BEEN"
George Eliot
George Eliot was actually a pen name for a woman named Mary Anne Evans......

Please click HERE to read about My One Little Word for 2017.....

BLOGGING FOR FUN AND FRIENDSHIP!!!!!!

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Celebrating the 4th of July with a Tablescape!!!

   ATTENTION: MY MAIN BLOG, DEBBIE-DABBLE, WAS HAVING MAJOR ISSUES AND I HAD LOST ACCESS TO CHANGE ANYTHING IN THE LAYOUT OF THE BLOG USING THE TEMPLATE DESIGNER, SO I  DECIDED TO START A NEW BLOG BECAUSE I FEEL THE ISSUE WITH MY FORMER BLOG MAY NEVER HAVE BEEN RESOLVED.

Welcome to Debbie-Dabble Blog!!

If you followed me on my other Blog, I would so appreciate it if you will follow me on this blog too!!!!

Links are on my Side Bar!!
Now it is not often, I get to do a tablescape.......
The reason is because we eat in our Dining Room every day.......
And where would Joe spread out the newspaper all over the table to read it in the morning??????
LOL!!

It started when Joe bought this vinyl tablecloth at Big Lot's for $4.00!!
 I decided that I would do  Patriotic Tablescape to celebrate the 4th of July!!

I wanted to use some of my red and blue transferware dishes......
I used a Patriotic place mat in the center of the table.....
A Tea Set for the center piece......
A blue transferware tea pot and red transferware sugar bowl and creamer........
The Cobalt Blue goblet with a red ornament and flag in it is from Avon......
 George Washington is on this one......
   A Patriotic Card.......
  George Washington!!
Betsy Ross is also from Avon...........
Blue and red star votives.......
Another goblet on this side of the table......
 Martha Washington on this goblet....
    Another Patriotic Card........
   Thomas Jefferson.....
The Place Settings......
I started with this dinner plate......
Then this dessert plate......
The flatware was bought on clearance several years ago at Wegman's......
Tea Cup and Saucer.....
Vintage glassware
Candy from Dollar Tree on plates and scattered about the table.......
Joe bought the Flag in the center of the table at Boscov's for $1.99....

When turned on, it "waves in the wind.........
And plays 2 Patriotic Songs, "My Country Tis of Thee" and "The Star Spangled Banner"!!!

Joe is all ready to celebrate the Holiday!!!
Then I started to laugh while taking the pictures!!!!
And he got silly, more than we already were, and started to wave the flags.......
Okay, enough of that!! It was definitely time to quit!!

LOL!!
This is what our Front Porch and Yard looked like decorated for Memorial Day......

 If you missed that post, please click HERE

This is what our front porch and yard looks like now, decorated for the 4th of July.....
   If you would like to see how all my flowers have been growing in the front of the house, please click HERE

 This is my Patriotic Tree which has been decorated since the beginning of May.....
  If you missed that post, please click HERE

This is how I decorated the top of our TV Entertainment Center........
 And what the Trees look like lit up in the evening.....
 Please click HERE if you missed that post.....

I think this tablecloth says it all when it comes to celebrating our Country's Independence.......
 Home of the Brave

 Independence

 Stars and Stripes

Pride

Celebrate

USA

 Justice

Faith

Fireworks

Land of the Free

America

4th of July

I hope you are spending the Holiday with those that you love!!

We celebrated on Sunday with the kids since I had to work the night of the 4th. Hospitals don't shut down for Holidays!!

I hope you will take some time to visit my Christmas Blog, A Debbie-Dabble Christmas, where I am posting celebrating Christmas in July!!
 Click HERE to see my post, The Spirit of Christmas Books, 1-4!

I hope you will be back to visit soon!!

And thanks to those who took the time out of their busy day to spend a little bit of time with me!!

If you do not have a blog, PLEASE  give me some way to reply to your comment, maybe by including your email in your comment.  If I can not find a way to reach you, I will reply on the post where you commented so please check back......

Hugs,
Debbie
 
I will be linking up to these parties!!

Yankee Doodle Party
 Celebrate the USA Linky Party


TUESDAY
Show and Share Party
No Place Like Home Party
Wake Up Wednesdays
Ducks in a Row Wonderful Wednesdays Blog Hop
Wow Us Wednesday
Sizzle into Summer Party
Talk of the Town Party
Party in Your PJ's
Dream Create Inspire Link
Creative Sparks Link Party

THURSDAY
The Homemaking Party
It's a Party
Share Your Style Thursday Link Up Party
Home and Garden Party Thursday
Share Your Cup Thursday
Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop
Inspired Creations Linky Party
My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday
Idea Box- Thursday Linky Party
 Thoughts of Home on Thursday
Grace at Home Party
Vintage Charm
Tablescape Thursday

FRIDAY
Simple and Sweet Fridays
The Creative Exchange
Home Sweet Home Friday
Friday Features Linky Party
Foodie Friday and Everything Else
Home Matters Linky Party
Funtastic Friday
Friday Favorites
What To Do Weekends
Friday's Five Features Party
Flaunt It Fridays
Five Star Frou Frou Party

SATURDAY
Pink Saturday-Anything Goes!!
Best of the Weekend Party
The Creative Collection Link Party
Simple Saturdays Blog Hop
Saturday Sparks

SUNDAY
Share It One More Time Sundays
Snickerdoodle Sunday
 Bouquet of Talent Linky Party
 Sundays at Home
 Silver Pennies Sunday
Happiness is Homemade Linky Party

MONDAY
Inspiration Mondays
Busy Monday
What'd You Do This Weekend?
Cooking and Crafting with J & J
Metamorphosis Monday
Blue Monday
Tea Time,Cottage and Garden Blog Party
Make It Pretty Monday

 Please take some time to visit these terrific hosts and all those joining in on the fun!

32 comments:

  1. Love everything, Debbie! Your table is gorgeous and love the red, white and blue accents on the table and all through the front of your house! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. To Pat Frank,
      Thanks so much for stopping by my new b;og! I could not find any other way to get in touch with you so I am leaving my return comment here. Thanks again for your kind words!
      Hugs,
      Deb

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  2. OOOO'S AND AHHHH'S...Love it, Debbie...thank you for sharing. Have a Joyful day, friend.

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  3. I loved your post!!! All is fantastic! Happy new week! Greetings!

    Kiss:-))))
    xxBasia

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  4. Wow, it's beautiful! And so fun! Celebrating patriotic holidays at your home is certainly done in style.

    Happy 4th!

    Blessings,
    Patti @ Embracing Home

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  5. You and your hubby are so cute, lol, Debbie, almost as cute as your tablescape. I love your table cloth! Happy 4th.....Christine

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  6. Love your transferware and all your patriotic decor Debbie! So sorry about your blog!

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  7. Looks like you guys have fun! That's what keeps it fresh, right? I am so sorry your blog got hacked -- I didn't know. It is really a roll of the dice when we post on the Internet isn't it? You just never know what screaming blue meanies will do. You really display your patriotism proudly! I finally remembered to put out the flags this morning. We had the typical fare: hamburgers cooked on the grill and a blackberry cobbler.

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  8. Happy 4th of July, Debbie! Your patriotic table setting is the epitome of Independence Day.

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  9. HI Debbie! Well, you certainly didn't disappoint us! I love your red, white and blues. I'm so sorry your blog got hacked but I've added this one to my list. Happy 4th of July.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  10. Debbie, looks like you've enjoyed a festive 4th. It's fun to see your fun dishes and other details. Thanks for sharing.
    Happy 4th of July!

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  11. What a fun tablescape, Debbie! You know I am loving your red and blue transferware! Joe sounds like my guy. He has the newspaper spread all over the table too and when it's not the newspaper, it's his books. LOL But I'll keep him. He makes me laugh a lot and laughter is good for the soul. Thanks for sharing.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  12. Wow, it looks so festive Debbie! I love that you used your blue and red transferware in the setting; it's just perfect. Did you have a cookout for the 4th?

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  13. You certainly have a lot of cool stuff! At first I was wondering where you got the red, white and blue plates, then I saw that you layered them.. what a neat effect! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  14. Hello Debbie,
    I am so sorry about your blog being hacked. That is such a shame for your beautiful blog. I am glad to find you here though, with your new blog. I am now following this blog.
    Your Independence Day table is perfect! I love that Betsy Ross is right there in front : )
    You know I think you are the most amazing decorator. You have again done the most amazing job with this table...and your front porch too! All of it, every bit is wonderfully festive and patriotic. Your dear hubby looks good too ; )
    Wishing you all the best,
    Terri

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  15. Debbie, your tablescape is adorable. I love the vintage pieces. I have just a few pieces too of the red and clear. And of course you know I love that tree. Awe...looks like your man was having fun too! Everything looks wonderful and festive! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  16. I'm so sorry you had to start a new blog! I'm a new follower...Well actually an old follower lol! You put us all to shame with your holiday decorating, goodness, I put a flag on your door. With the election coming up you could leave your patriotic decor up for months!! Good job
    Carol

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  17. It's so sad that you had to start a new blog. Your decorations are just lovely! I really like your table cloth and what a bargain that was. You went to a lot of work and it is so fun to look at it all.

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  18. Your tablescape is so fun, Debbie! I love all of your patriotic details - your transferware is wonderful! I like that last photo of Joe smiling. Looks like you two enjoy life! x Karen

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  19. I was in vacation when you sent the notice about the new blog and couldn't reply immediately. I was so shocked and sad that this had happened to you, such a cruel and senseless thing to do. I'm so proud of you for rallying around and relaunching. A big hug, Debbie.
    Amalia
    xo

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  20. Wow now that is a table setting, spectacular centerpiece, those candy shapes are a cute touch and love the figurines too! Glad you had some time with family. We watched some movies, never seem to have time anymore and then went and watched the fireworks!

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  21. What wonderful collection of transferware! Thanks for sharing your tablescape. I think pulling out the red white and blue for the 4th and other unique American holidays really helps us to show our love for our county and reflect on our history.

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  22. You have so much Red White & Blue loveliness. It's one of my favorite color combos so I love the patriotic holidays.


    Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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  23. Hi Debbie, You set a wonderful tablescape for the 4th! Naturally my favorite pictures are the big smiles on Joe's face! Priceless :) You too are a joy to visit. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Brag About It because it wouldn't be a party without you! Take care of you and Joe!

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  24. Hi Debbie. Your patriotic decorations are all so pretty. I love the photo of your smiling husband. :)

    Happy TOHOT.

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  25. Dear Debbie:
    What a nice Patriotic table. Your hubby was a great sport too! Thanks for sharing and linking.

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  26. I adore this table setting. I love patriotic settings. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Funtastic Friday.

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  27. Hello Debbie, You have cornered the market when it comes to celebrating any holiday. This post is absolutely perfect, including your husband who is a good sport for sure. I love all of your vintage dishes, Avon collection and the not vintage tablecloth that was your inspiration. The outside of your home is a study of Patriotism. Awesome in every way.

    I have figured out my linky problems and I thank you for not giving up on me. Happy Blue Monday.
    xo, Jeanne

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  28. Your table looks great Debbie, love the Red,White and blue table setting :)

    Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays

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  29. Debbie, your gorgeous transferware collection is just perfect for patriotic holidays! Thank you for sharing your pretty tablescape @Vintage Charm!

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  30. Hi Debbie!! I love the colors of your place setting!! Very vintage and very patriotic!! You always do a wonderful job!! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday!! Pinned!

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  31. Everything is just so festive!

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, and tips: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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Thanks so much for taking the time out of your busy day to visit with me ! I so appreciate it!! I 'd LOVE to hear from you so I can return the favor!!

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