Sunflowers, Watermelons, and a Roo (Rooster)

Put them all together and ‘voilà you have a summertime picnic!’


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Did you notice my new thrift store watermelon basket?  I picked up the vintage sunflower milk bottle at D.I. last year.  I love it!

My wooden watermelon that I painted years ago has just about seen it’s day.  I’ve used it outside a lot.  You know me, I’ll hang on to it until it falls apart.

Sunflower plates I have had for years.  I bought them at Broadbents.

I bought the sunflower cloche at T.J. Maxx this Spring.

The ant bowls came from Hobby Lobby, the plates from Pirate-O’s, and the S&P shakers from Broadbents.

Had to have them, because no summertime picnic would be complete without the ants!

Threw in the Roo for a pop of turquoise.  Besides, I just bought him at the grand opening of our new Home Goods store.  Couldn’t wait to put him out.

He makes this picnic something to crow about, don’t you agree?


Don’t forget to check out my B.L.O.O.M. banner give-away on my side bar.

I will be linking this post with these sweet ladies:

A Stroll thru Life for Tabletop Tuesday

Coastal Charm for Nifty Thrifty Tuesday

It's a Very Cherry World for Rednesday


Diane Writes said...

Hi! I love the combinations you made for your theme. And that watermelon basket is for the win!!! It's my first time to see one. The theme looks so alive and refreshing!

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Thanks so much for coming by with all you thrifty cuties!!!


Northwest Texas said...

Jann: Thanks for becoming my follower! I can't believe your blog title. Check out this link:

I thought I was the only one that remembered the famed Mrs. Olson.

Your blog is spectacular. What an inspiration.

Blessings, Dana

Unknown said...

Thanks for your visit and for following. I'm now following you as well.

I love your blog. Great to find you!!!!!

Nicole said...

I actually think that watermelon is just hitting its stride! A little wear and tear just makes it more dear. :) A lovely tabletop, thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

This is a great table top setting! I love it! Your thrifty finds are perfect! I am a new follower! I love what you are doing with your blog. Thank you for stopping by mine too.

Ceekay-THINKIN of HOME said...

That is a perfect picnic setting. Very summer!

mimi_62 said...

Love your rooster and all your fun displays. By the way, I have acute aqua fiesta pitcher I'm saving just for you. It would look so cute on your table with daises.

Rachel said...

I'm loving all the sunflowers! I'm heading across the border this weekend (from way up north here in Canuckistan), and I've seen both the T.J. Maxx and Hobby I'll definitely have to check them out.
Enjoy the rest of summer :)

Kay Ellen said...

Ahhh sunflowers,watermelon and adorable dishes! Perfect~~
Happy Rednesday:)

Kay Ellen

bj said...

Perfect for summers your dishes.

LV said...

A grand way to spend a picnic.

bj said...

many thanks for coming over and following. I THOUGHT I was already following you but when I checked, NOPE...Well, I AM NOW. :))
xo bj

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Grab your watermelon basket and I'll bring the Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches...and we'll go for a picnic together! Wouldn't that be fun! ♥ I love all of your pretty things! ♥

Anonymous said...

What great displays and colors! So summery!

poppilinnstudios said...

What lovely vignettes. Love your treasures!

Peg said...

All so fun and cheerful! I love watermelon and picnics, just two of the reasons I love Summer time. Roo is perfect there with all of your other treasures. Love it all and you too!

L'Heure Bleue At Home said...

Thanks so much for dropping by L'Heure Bleue At Home and becoming a follower! I'm returning the compliment and following you back.

Tablescapes By Diane said...

Hi lovely lady.
I love your Summer Time table!!! I know you had a great time puttung this together so sweet. I'am also retired for the past four years now. Im your newest follower on your blog.I hope you can come join my blog. I also love comments. Thanks so much !! I hope you and your family have a great weekend.
XXOO Diane

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said. Well I love the banner, It sure would look good in my little Tough Shed at the top of the hill. Wish me luck. Jo Jo Huntsman