Wednesday, June 22, 2016

~July 4th Treat, Refinished Table, Sunset and Simple & Sweet Fridays #225 ~


White chocolate with edible flowers make a special
July 4th Treat.
 I picked edible flowers from our garden.
I used bachelor button flowers,
also known as cornflower.
I used the petals from our red roses.
I washed them off and dried them on paper towels.
I melted the white chocolate and put it on some parchment paper.
Then, added the flowers all over and
 placed it in the refrigerator to set up.
White chocolate with edible flowers,
a simple treat for July 4th!
A table that was given to me from my mother and father needed a 
bit of refinishing. Stan took on the job.
He stripped, sanded, stained and sealed it.
It looks brand-new now!
Looking forward to enjoying it this summer!
By the way, the weather last week in San Diego was in the 100's.
It was so hot!
But, the sunsets were just gorgeous!

Looking forward to all your inspiring projects this week!





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15 comments:

  1. Jody & Stan,
    Your Fourth of July treat looks divinely delicious, dear friends!
    Stan did a marvelous refinishing job on the table!
    Thank you for hosting Simple & Sweet Fridays! each week!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  2. The table is stunning! Thanks so much for hosting!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  3. Thank you so much for featuring my Urban Oasis and for hosting a great party!

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  4. Jody, that table is absolutely gorgeous!

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  5. Thank you Jody for Sweet and Simple today. I spent some sweet time reading your post on the construction and work you all did on your huge garden/hill area - so beautiful.
    Joy

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  6. Thanks for featuring my eggplant recipes post and hosting this great party.

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  7. Jody that white chocolate bark is divine!!! I so want to make some. THanks for the feature! Your party is always so inspiring with your awesome projects out of the garden! Thanks for hosting!

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  8. Love the idea of the white chocolate treat. Thanks for hosting each week. Happy Weekend!

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  9. The white chocolate is absolutely heavenly looking. I'd love to make it but it would have to be for grown ups, definitely. I made a cake with edible flowers for a family occasion with my kids and it wasn't touched. Kids! And I mean 35, 34, 29 and 25!!!

    The table is gorgeous---Stan did a lovely job. Many memories before and now!!

    Happy Weekend, Jody!!

    Jane

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  10. Jody, great minds think alike! I've done white chocolate bark dusted with edible goldleaf, and dried rose petals. It's the prettiest thing! I adore yours. Thanks for the opportunity to link up. Mimi xxx

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  11. Jody,

    What a treat to find you a new follower on LAWN TEA! I so appreciate the visit, and hope you'll enjoy dropping in. And what a treasure trove your path leads to!! Those lovely shards of such colourful patriotic candy, and then the Friday treats---Oh, My. This will keep my weekend entertainment list quite busy---such a plethora of charming, beautiful sites to visit amongst your creative friends.

    Thank you both for joining us at LAWN TEA. We're very small and simple, with a Southern Accent toward old family times and recipes and doings, RATED G, and all about small simple moments and mementos from our days.

    Looking forward to returning to delve into your wonderful archives!


    rachel

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  12. Thank you so very much for hosting!

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  13. Hello Stan and Jody,
    This is my first time to link up to your party. Looking forward to checking it out.
    Thanks for hosting. This is a beautiful and colorful post that is a good reminder of
    4th of July. Love those patriotic colors....

    Blessings, Nellie

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  14. Thanks so much for hosting!! My former blog, Debbie-Dabble was hacked through my Face Book Debbie-Dabble Page. I created a new blog, Debbie-Dabble Blog and I invite you to please follow me on my new blog.
    www.debbie-dabbleblog.blogspot.com
    Hugs,

    Deb

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  15. I see that you follow my blog so I had to come over here and introduce myself. :) Thank you for finding me, you have a cute blog and I'm looking forward to following you.

    Your July 4th treat looks delicious! I have never had that before and it looks very interesting.

    You might have high heat but the gorgeous sunsets hopefully even that out. Wow, what a beauty!

    Have a delightful rest of the weekend!

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