All American Spirted Sparrow Sunflower Seed Selebration

Betcha can't say that real fast without Spittin'!!!
This past Spring the Red White and Blue Birdhouse Feeder was full of Bird Seed and Birds.
The RedHead spent lots of time Pickin' N Grinnin' and Splatterin' Seeds all over the ground.
I think He had a Plan back then that would all come together for the
'July Fourth Freedom Seed Feed'
It started early....Yep, with the Hotter N Jalapeno Summer we have had,
the Sparrow Seeded Sunflower Seeds gave RedHead and a Friend  a head start.

Now I'm not a Sunflower Seed Spitter, but I am a BirdsEye View PhotoShooter!

Speaking of Views....here's a Few Views of my Red White and Blue's!!
Just a Few of the Red White and Blue Patriotc Fabrics NOW available in my ETSY Shop!

SignUp for the Quilt Address Book GiveAway!
1. Visit my ETSY SHOP and VIEW at least ONE Patriotic Fabric.
(View Counter will record your visit)
(Click HERE to go ... click Back Arrow ... to Return)
2. Leave YOUR Name and Bloggy URL in my COMMENTS!
(say...'I'm In'...)
Last Pink Saturday was the First Day of my ETSY Shop Re-Opening and if you SignedUp for the Quilt Address Book then,
you are Welcome to Double Your Chances to WIN and SIGNUP AGAIN!!!
Winner will be announced Next Pink Saturday, July 9th!
 As Always...Thanks Beverly at How Sweet The Sound
Making Saturday Pink!!!


  1. Your bird pictures are AMAZING! Love the Americana birdhouse and that sunflower...speaks volumes of America! Thanx for sharing. Tiffany

  2. Sue, I'm behind on visiting. Can't believe I've missed all these posts. Your photos are truly amazing. I need to take lessons from you.
    I'm off to visit your patriotic fabrics. ;-)
    Happy 4th! ~ Sarah

  3. Oh, I LOVE your bird photos! Our sunflowers are so far behind. I knew you'd have a great collection of red, white, and blue!

  4. Good Morning Sue Sweetie...
    Happy Pink Saturday and Happy 4th of July weekend as well. Looks like you have a lot of peckin going on over here. I love your bird house, so patriotic and Texas like. Love seeing little Ms Red eating away. Isn't she pretty?

    I have to tell you, several years back, my sweet Momma sent me home with a big sunflower head so that I could dry it out, and plant some of the seeds for my garden. When I arrived back in Phoenix, I placed it on the patio table to dry out. I went off to work and when I came home in the evening, I had not ONE seed left. The birds had came, thinking it was definitely left there for them. I was SO sad, I did not get to plant a single sunflower.

    I'm In sweetie. Patriotic Print by Moda was my favorite. Oh how I love that print. You just find the most beautiful things to share sweet friend. You know where Ms Country Wings in Phoenix resides so I won't list my URL.

    Have a glorious weekend sweet friend. Many hugs from Phoenix to you. Love, Sherry

  5. How lucky that you had your camera ready to take photos of those sweet (hungry) birds! Happy 4th of July and PS!

  6. I loved your Texas bird show today. You have everything looking nice for the 4th.

  7. Hello, Happy Pink Saturday and July 4th! Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment. Love your pink post this week! Off the look at your fabrics, I'm sure I will love them all. LOL
    Hugs, Shirl
    Shirls Rose Cottage

  8. Hi Sue! You are the best bird camera shooter in Texas girl! I love the photos. I see so many different birds erly int he morning when we walk ( I walk, Sweets runs) and enjoy their antics! Happy 4th of July to you! Heading over to your etsy shop. Hugs Anne

  9. I love that patriotic flag print and the Prim print! But they are all lovely. You are an amazing girl! I love that address book! Sweet! Anne

  10. I think my favorite is the Patriotic Print "God Bless America" by Spring Industries - definitely patriotic. Cute address book.

  11. hope your having a great 4th...love your photos...

  12. Happy Pink Saturday, sweet Sue. I hope you had a great Fourth of July. I know just what a patriotic lady you are.

    How is your mother?


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