Jac o' lyn Murphy: 4th of July Treat Table- a Tribute to George

Friday, June 24, 2011

4th of July Treat Table- a Tribute to George

I think George Washington is my favorite of all the patriots.
We will be honoring him and a few of his 
many accomplishments this 
4th of July ...






















as the kids fill up their containers,
I hope they learn a little something too!

we say it is Jack Murphy's
(I know it looks a little like Thomas Jefferson but I swear it is GW, he did a big report)



 

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19 comments:

  1. Sweet George! Didn't he lose all his teeth???
    xo Cathy

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  2. Love this post. Great way to sneak in a bit of history but still have lots of fun :)

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  3. Proud Mom & GrandmomJune 24, 2011 at 5:05 PM

    Your 4th of July table is outstanding. It makes the history teacher in me cry out, "Maybe she did listen"! And Jack Murphy your portrait of George Washingon is suitable for a museum!

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  4. Jack, you are an ARTIST!!!!

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  5. So cute! I love this!! Such a good idea for a school party! My oldest is going into the 4th grade, this will give me a great idea's for the idea to still have a party!

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  6. Love this! My mom was at Mt.Vernon on an internship for two weeks about two years ago. She saw the coolest stuff! Thank-you!

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  7. I drop by again today...take some times to go through your new and old posts...so colorful, fun, interesting... suddenly I felt like browsing in Pininterest! All your creations are so sweet and the pictures are amazing and inspiring! Can't help to follow you everyday...

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  8. Great ideas! I just found your blog, and I've enjoyed my little tour today. I will be back!!!

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  9. I had to smile as I looked through this post...it is just so cute!! What a great way to add a little history in with the fun!

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  10. LOVE this, so great! Original, sweet - love those cones and jelly beans!

    I'm your newest follower, can't wait to read more! Come check out my blog, www.barefootbysea.blogspot.com

    Jessica :)

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  11. I love you stuff! I've been looking through some of them and am now your newest follower! I would love it if you would stop by and check out my blog and become my newest one!

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  12. This has to be pretty near perfect!
    Clever you!

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  13. I love how unique this treats table is! Perfect for the 4th or President's Day. I've really enjoyed looking at your blog and I'd love it if you would link of this table and any other party ideas at my "It's a Celebration" link party for July!
    Christina @
    www.inspirationforcelebration.com

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  14. So, so awesome in every clever detail! I particularly got a hearty chuckle from the toothbrush. Perfect!!

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  15. What a great party! I love all the little details.

    I'm having a Red, White and Blue Linky Party and I'd love for you to join in on the fun by adding your link. It will be open through the week to stop by and link up.
    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2011/07/red-white-and-blue-linky-party.html

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  16. Thank you so much for linking up to my Red, White and Blue Linky Party!

    www.itsybitsypaperblog.com

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  17. What a delightful post! We visited Mt. Vernon in September and learned so much about George Washington. The kids loved learning about his terrible teeth and seeing replicas of the 'dentures' that he wore. I love your chocolate dollars and cherry cones. Jack's drawing is perfect! Thanks for linking up to my Red, White, Blue & You Link Party!

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