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When the theme is red, white, and blue, there are many clever, inexpensive ways to decorate the table. Collections of flags, inexpensive buckets filled with backyard play sand and sparklers, and mix-and-match plates and napkins can be pulled together in a few minutes, and the results are spectacular.
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Using the American flag as a placemat is not proper flag etiquette. I would urge those wishing to decorate for our Independence Day holiday, please take the time to read up on what is the proper way to honor our nation's symbol of freedom and display Old Glory. Let the Star Spangled Banner wave on!
I think I have seen these at Pottery Barn before, but I am not 100% sure. Also, I bet your local craft store or maybe even Wal-Mart would have something similar. If you couldn't find the colored buckets, just plain galvanized pails would look really cute too.
This is a great table! Where do you get the buckets at?