It's hillbilly heaven here in Dogpatch.
Hairless Joe is brewin' the moonshine and the womenfolk are preparin' the victuals.
Mammy Yokum, being a thrifty soul, used all those outgrown jeans to make a tablecloth for special occasions.
Tiny Yokum, though mighty allergic to any kind of physical labor, was kind enough to collect four fallen leaves for the place cards.
A red bandanna, tucked under his chin, will catch barbecue sauce splatters and drips.
Woven chargers sit beneath Heathware Pottery dinner plates.
Supper guests sip Kickapoo Joy Juice from tin cups.
Directions for tin can pins can be found on several sites. Here's one site with step-by-step pictures.
A vintage angel food cake pan holds fresh chrysanthemums from Mammy Yokum's garden.
A picture of the centerpiece assembly can be found here.
that might try and share the victuals.
Dinner plates: Heathware Pottery, Coupe - Sandalwood
Canning jar mugs: Goodman's
Tin cups: School Party Supply, over 40 years old
Bean pot: Durgin-Park, Boston souvenir, 1961
Tablecloth: handmade picnic blanket made from old blue jeans, 1985
Flit gun: Old Town, Temecula, California