We All Need a Little Picnic Time
How many times have you muttered under your breath, “Well, that was no picnic!”? Confrontations with loved ones, doctor visits, difficult jobs, war, cancer battles and taking care of the elderly, are all things that we would not call a picnic. But, there’s a quote that goes something like this, “So, if ants are such hard workers, then why do they always show up at picnics?”. Sometimes, we just need to go on a picnic, ants and all!
Outdoor fun with family, breathing fresh air, eating great food and playing horseshoes or throwing a frisbee helps to rejuvenate us to face the challenges of life. From Memorial Day until Labor Day, there are great places in our region to picnic. The gorgeous shores of the Gulf Coast, state parks, mountain ranges, local piers, or our own backyard, provide a few hours of relaxation that we all need. While you are planning your next outing, take a look at a few items at CoziNest Antiques & Decor.
It’s Picnic Time!
This jewel of a picnic basket is also a pie taker. It has a lovely shelf inside for transporting your pie and a few other items you need at your table.
Add a little color and life to your table with a vintage watering can filled with flowers. Fresh or faux works great.
Why not march to your picnic with a fashionable Kate Spade Watermelon Clutch? The ants won’t bother this little slice of vogue.
A congealed salad stored in your YETI until serving time is a delight. So add this vintage Jello ad to your table.
How about a vase filled with flags for those patriotic picnics?
This white, milk-glass dish would be perfect for serving blueberries, strawberries or barbeque sauce for your spareribs.
Let Them Eat Cake!
You’ll be so fashionable at your picnic with these Vera Wang cake servers. A small cake for two would fit perfectly on this crystal cake plate.
And last but not least, how about this farmhouse feeding trough for serving all of your condiments in one place?
And if by chance, it should rain on your picnic, don’t be blue! The angels are surely watching over our farmers, and without that, life surely would be no picnic!
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