Here is the first Fourth of July tablescape I've ever done.
I started with a tablecloth I got years ago when I was still in college...from Target I think.
The place mats are from HomeGoods ($6.99 for all four).
The white plates are Husbands from his bachelor days, so I have no info on them.
The red plates I got a Target in February for Valentine's ($1.79/each).
The star plates are from Michael's ($1.00/each).
The napkins are from World Market ($2.99/each). A little more than I normally pay for napkins (cause I'm a cheapo, but I'm also a sucker for anchors).
The glasses are from Hobby Lobby (don't remember how much they were, but we bought 'em when they were 50% off). The ribbon is from Hobby Lobby too. The coasters are also Husband's so I don't know anything about their history either.
The pails are from the Dollar Spot at Target, with stars and pinwheels from Hobby Lobby (only $1/each). The candle is from HomeGoods ($7.99). The mini-cake plate I made with things found at GoodWill.
With lots of layers and patterns, I'm loving the way this turned out.
The white place mat is from Bed Bath & Beyond that I got at an end of season sale when I was working there. With my employee discount I think I only paid about a $1 for each one.
Now to plan a yummy Independence Day meal to complete the celebration...