Wednesday, July 05, 2006

American Graffiti



This Fourth of July, we put out an old white table cloth and a box of red, white, and blue Sharpies (plus black, and silver) on an outside table. Guests could write whatever they wanted, from names and doodles to their political opinions. By the end of the night, spilled drinks had mingled with mixed sentiments, re-composing the evening.

3 Comments:

Blogger vintagechica said...

We do the same thing for birthdays and other family get-togethers. Our family room and our boys playroom is filled with portions of it framed in a gallery poster style frame. Never thought of doing it for the 4th of July though. (oh, and it makes awesome wrapping paper). What a great pic of such a precious little girlie adding her creative touches to the masterpiece!!!

10:09 AM  
Blogger Julia Lupton said...

Do you use cloth or paper tablecloths? How do you frame the sections? This was my first time doing it, and I wasn't sure what to do with the tablecloth post-party.

7:04 PM  
Blogger AnJaka said...

Great Work!!!
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4:49 AM  

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