Impromtu Celebration

Have an impromtu celebration and invite your two best friends to share in the wonderful news of ________, you fill in the blank:

Great new job during this awful recession, just found out your application was approved to adopt a daughter from China, your article was accepted by a top magazine, you got into a great school, you received a full scholarship, your children moved out during this awful recession because they got great jobs, vacation starts now, you met someone new, you won a contest for the biggest cantaloupe, the guy you like just told you he liked your smile, the girl you asked to marry said yes, you had the best bike ride of your life, you finished your book, you’re alive…you just want to uncork a good wine and relax with friends.

So, uncork the wine, gather your two best friends around the patio table,  pour the wine into the decanter, bring the goblets, get the appetizer plates, light the candle, unbag the grapes, and cut the cheese because celebration begins now!

French Corkscrew

FRENCH CORKSCREW
Vintage Vendor: Jacklynn4
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Best Friends Pendant  SOLD!
Eloise and Ramona play telephone - best friend pendant set
Jewelry Designer: Flapperdoodle      
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Wine Decanter  SOLD!
SALE//// Green Depression Glass liquor-wine decanter-bottle with handle
Vintage Vendor: MilkasTreasures
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Goblets
Jeanette Wedgwood Green Hellenic Grecian Glasses
Vintage Vendor: Southernladysvintage
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Appetizer Plates
Set of Four Appetizer Plates from the JunkMarket
Vintage Vendor: Tresorsmarche
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Fused Glass Leaf Candle Holder   SOLD!
Fused Glass Leaf Candle Holder/Votive (Green)
Fused Glass Designer: CDChilds
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Wine Bottle Serving Tray  SOLD!
Wine Bottle Serving Tray (Clear) With BEADED CHEESE SPREADER (Large Eco Friendly, Recycled and Upcycled)
Fused Glass Designer: CDChilds
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Embroidered Napkins
Vintage Cross Stitch Napkins
Vintage Vendor: Southernladysvintage

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15 Responses

  1. Did someone say celebrate!?!?! LOL!! What wonderful finds! Thank you so much for featuring my napkins and Jeanette glassware! XOXOXO

  2. Very cool! Thanks so much for featuring my little appetizer plates.

  3. Wonderful finds, love the vintage crosstitch by SouthernLadysVintage

    Brenda of MorningGloryVintage

  4. The items coordinate very well! Great post!

  5. These celebrations pay homage to the islanders’ ancestors and strengthen the bonds among the living. Cross Stitch Fabric

  6. You put me in the mood to celebrate. Beautifully written and it was a wonderful way to showcase your picks.

    • Thank you. I am glad you like it and were in the mood to celebrate. I have to agree with you, I too was in the mood to celebrate. Had wine on the brain for a couple of days afterwards.

  7. Very informative, thank you. I’ve been blogging on and off for about 3 years, but have never had much of a focus – I tend to just write about whatever is on my mind when I feel like writing. Cheers!

    • Thank you for stopping by. Sometimes I write whatever is on my mind, too, when I find a particular outfit or topic difficult to write about. Some of my write-on-the-spot posts have been the most creative posts I’ve written. Mostly, I write in my head a couple of days before the post. Then, it either flows, or I chisel it out.

      One of the great artists, can’t remember who, maybe Michelangelo, once said the sculpture is already in the stone, he just had to chisel it out. That’s how I feel about writing on my topics. 🙂

  8. Thank you for stopping by. Sometimes I write whatever is on my mind, too, when I find a particular outfit or topic difficult to write about. Some of my write-on-the-spot posts have been the most creative posts I’ve written. Mostly, I write in my head a couple of days before the post. Then, it either flows, or I chisel it out.

    One of the great artists, can’t remember who, maybe Michelangelo, once said the sculpture is already in the stone, he just had to chisel it out. That’s how I feel about writing on my topics.

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