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Show Me a Day to Remember, Memorial Day

Show Me a Day to Remember….Memorial Day

Honoring the memory of Cooper C McCraney

Honoring the memory of Cooper C McCraney

Cooper Clinton McCraney

Cooper Clinton McCraney

Memorial Day is a United States federal holiday which occurs every year on the final Monday of May.[1] Memorial Day is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.[2] Formerly known as Decoration Day, it originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who have died while in the military service.[

Mantel display honoring Cooper C McCraney

Mantel display honoring Cooper C McCraney

In honor of my father n law, who served during  World War II, I like to decorate the mantel with his picture, flag and certificate for service signed by Richard Nixon. I pull in other Patriotic pieces from my collection to coordinate and compliment the Red, White and Blue theme. It is a great teaching tool with the kids and grandkids. It is an opportunity to reflect on the lives of so many men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice and service to our country.

We are free today because so many have given so much.

The display is personal to Cooper, the photo is signed to Christine, yours always,Cooper

The display is personal to Cooper, the photo is signed to Christine, yours always, Cooper

The original Pearl larger beer actually belonged to Cooper and my husband has kept the unopened can as a remembrance.

Lady Liberty stands guard and Old Glory is proudly displayed.

So today as you fly your American Flag, say a thank you and remember all those who died for the sake of our freedom!

Happy Decorating y’all,

Becky

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Show Me America’s Birthday decorating!

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She’s a grand old flag……nothing says FREEDOM like the American flag!

My front door is ready to welcome all who come by!

Decked out in red, white and blue.

Now here’s the step by step!

Step 1.Gathering supplies!

Step 2. Plain grapevine and ivy bush

3. Cut ivy and hot glue around the wreath

4.The 1st focal point the bow, wire to wreath

If you need to know how to tie a bow you can learn how with our Show Me app

5. Wire star garland is wrapped on (sparkly)

6.The America sign is one of the focal points

7. Add a flag and glue in place(3rd focal)

8. add the sparkly stars (wired on)

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10. It

Happy Birthday America!!!!!!

Create, inspire, educate ….. to decorate!

Let us celebrate this special holiday and thank all of our brave men and women who serve to keep us free and safe!

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“Show Me” some 4th of July Celebrating!

Candle Jars in Red White and Blue!

The piano top is my favorite place to change out seasonally! I love patriotic goodies and have collected flags for years! I love using my clear glass candle jars but you could always use clear glass vases or containers to achieve the same effect.

Empty candle jars and supplies!

After a visit to my local Hobby Lobby (everything was on sale!) I gathered all my supplies to complete the display. The red, white and blue tea lights reminded me of firecrackers and I love the sparkly stars. I even dug in my valentine box to recycle my red bows and some of the clear red plastic balls.

My red candles are from Christmas (fun to repurpose) and the red bows add a finishing touch!

George Bush quote, a special keepsake!

It is hard to believe it has almost been 10 years since 9-11. Thank God for our military and the brave men and women that serve to keep us FREE and safe.

I love to add touches of the celebration around the house too!

Teddy bear all dressed to celebrate!

Abe Lincoln the father of Freedom!

Happy Birthday America, the land of the free and the home of the brave….. one nation under GOD!
Create … inspire….educate….to decorate! Let’s celebrate!
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