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Jewel Sauls
Milliner, Marketing Executive, Historic Preservationist
Milliner, Marketing Executive, Historic Preservationist
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Happy Independence Day!

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Independence Day 2017
Here is my table to celebrate the 4th of July or Independence Day this year! I started with my red tablecloth with the red paisley woven design. I don't know why, but it has always reminded me of fireworks!  On top of that, I used my First American or Betsy...

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Easter 2017
Here is my Easter table! I started with a white cutwork tablecloth and added green ruffled chargers, flatware with a gold, beaded edge, and glasses with a gold Greek Key design. My plates are Lenox Springdale and on top are Vera Bradley floral napkins with ...

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St. Patrick's Day 2017
You don't have to be Irish to love St. Patrick's Day! I have a gold tablecloth with green felt placemats, white plates, gold napkins with emerald green napkin rings. My centerpiece is an ornament tree full of glass shamrocks and leprechauns. An assortment o...

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Mardi Gras 2017
It's the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent, so  " Laissez les bons temps rouler !"  The traditional colors of Mardi Gras are Purple, Green,  and Gold, but I couldn't resist adding a bit of Peacock Blue into the mix. My centerpiece is a ...

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Presidents' Day 2017
To celebrate Presidents' Day I always get out my Woodmere White House china. Luckily, I have added to my collection this last year!  I have given very detailed histories of these patterns in past Presidents' Day blog posts, that you can find HERE . For this...

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