Tuesday, March 15, 2016

The Decoratin' O' the Green!

I don't go all out to decorate for St. Patrick's Day, but I do like to tip my hat to the Irish Holiday. I'm sure I have a little Irish blood in me from someplace and I have a daughter named Erin, so St. Patty's always gets a little attention from me around the house...





A few pieces are gathered on the Kitchen table to bring a little GREEN into the mix. I've had this little Shamrock plant for years and it's seen better days. I have to keep it up out of reach of nibbling kitties, so unfortunately it doesn't get as much light as it needs. I put it in a moss basket with a polka-dot ribbon to try and dress it up a little.



I love an Irish cottage, so here is one of my Cottage Cookie Jars
and a Cottage Salt and Pepper.



You can see my lamb tureen in the background.
He has on a green plaid ribbon/collar in honor of the Holiday.
And another of my Cottage Cookie Jars
 with a vintage flower pot turned candle holder.



My Mom loves to Monogram tea towels and napkins,
so here's my Spring Veggie Towel with a cursive monogram.



I thought I'd throw in a little St. Patty's Inspiration from year's past,
for an extra dollop of Irish Fun!
Click on the title link for the original post and more pics.

























oh, and new to me...
Irish Breakfast Tea;
 it's my new favorite for an afternoon pick-me-up!

xoxo,
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style


13 comments:

  1. Pretty pretty! Green transfer ware and the monogrammed yea towel are my personal favorites! 😊 Sheila

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  2. Very cute St. Paddy's Day vignettes! Love the shamrocks! ~Rhonda

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  3. I love all of your green...I haven't done any St. Patrick's Day decorating...but I do love Barry's Irish Breakfast tea!

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  4. Love it all, Debra. Compilation posts are a favorite of mine, and yours show your best of the decoratin' o' the green! Btw, I'm Irish and O'talian, for the most part. ;)

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  5. Love todays "green" touches and the past posts. What a beautiful monogramed towel, love it! Blessings, Candy

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  6. This is such a charming post. I love everything, especially your seed box and that adorable Irish Cottage cookie jar!! So glad I stopped by to see all this cuteness.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  7. Wow! Fabulous ! Love! Love your crate with the dishes and garden stuff!!! So many darling ideas! Love! All your decor! You are one of my favorite!!!! Happy St Patricks Day !!! Top of the morning ti ya!

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  8. Love your cookie jars...... Photos are great. happy St.Patricks Day!!

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  9. Wow!!! It's amazing. Really nice. Great work, really appreciable. Keep doing and sharing with us. Thank you so much for this new ideas. Expecting more and waiting for that :)

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  10. We should decorate with green all year round...it's so fresh and revitalizing. We have a slight hint of green in the grass here...signifying hope for Spring. Lovely pics and your choices are just so you. Sandi

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  11. What a darling arrangement. Using the little cottages is genius. I didn't decorate for St. Patrick's Day. Adorable.

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  12. You've got a nice collection of Irish decorations. I love the sweet shamrock plant. I believe I have some Irish in me too. I have the right skin and hair for it for sure!

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