Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Tablescape Thursday…St Patty’s Day

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Time for gazing at beautiful tablescapes hosted by Susan at Between Naps on the Porch.

 

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May your blessings  outnumber

The shamrocks that grow,

And may trouble avoid you

Wherever you go.

Irish Blessing……..

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

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24 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

This is just adoreable. I love the cloche filled with green and the cups are just the cutest ever. Your entire table is wonderful. The hat is perfect. Great job. Hugs, Marty

Dolores said...

My mother's maiden name was Fitzgerald (a little bit Irish)....so I'm in love with anything Irish. I love your Irish table..... good job!

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Faith and begorrah, Barbara! You're sure all about the St. Paddy's spirit girlfriend!
Love all your green goodies.
xoxo
Donna

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Barbara, today must be the day for the wearing of the green. Me table's green as well, darlin'. Speaking of tables, I love your tablescape! Such adorable mugs, too. And I love the green Fostoria plates, the hat, the shamrocks, the green fillin' in your cloche... you've done all of the Irish proud! :-)

Erin go braugh and Happy Tablescape Thursday...

XO,

Sheila :-)

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Very pretty...the glitter makes it all so whimsical and festive!
♥, Susan

Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

Love the extra touch of the Leprechaun gold scattered around!

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

I love your tablescape! The mugs are soooooo cute!!! Thanks so much for stoping by and visiting our blog, and for the sweet comment's. We will add you to our blog list, and will check back soon. Blessings.

Miss Janice said...

Your tablescape is soooo cute for St. Patrick's Day. I did a post yesterday about napkin etiquette and I pleased to see you have your cute napkins placed in the napkin ring {ribbon bow} the CORRECT way:)

jeanne said...

Good morning Barbara. thank you so much for your visits while I was on break.

I was anxious to come over this morning. I knew your tablescape would be awesome and it is. Even being part Irish, I do not have much to share. I should start a bit of a collection huh? Your table is not only pretty but whimsical too. I love the green plates. I love green as much as you love purple. HA!

Have a wonderful day. We are much warmer here (50's) and I even planted some pansies. Purple and yellow. Purple for you! smiling here.
Hugs, Jeanne

Kitt said...

LOVE the cheerfulness of your table. I do believe I could even eat some clover (shamrocks, of course, with a little dressing on the side) if I were sitting there.

helenabelle said...

Such a fun, festive table! I hope your St. Patty's Day is a great one.

Lee said...

Barbara,
You are so clever...great tablescape. I just wanted to say hi and pop in on your St. Patty's party. Sharon is still in my prayers.
I'm not blogging much... stopping by and saying hi from time to time.
Have a wonderful day.
Lee

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Oh, those mugs are just the cutest! I love the tablerunner! So many great St. Patty Day tables this week!
Cindy

Cathy said...

Hey Barbara....Thanks for following our blog....I love all of your "Irish" pics! We are still trying to do better with our blog but sometimes it is a "time" factor! I am always on the "hunt" for treasures to take to Canton and Deidra is busy making jewelry!When in Canton drop by and say "Hi" we are in the Paul Michael Bld. on row 46....also have updated web site since we moved! Happy Junkin....Cathy of Girls Gone Junkin

Nancy @ Bushel and a Pickle said...

I love the place cards. What a neat idea.
Blessings,
Nancy

Jeanette said...

Love those mugs, just too cute. The whole table is so festive.

Mimi said...

What a fun Irish table, love the little hat mugs.

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

What a fun table...all sparkly! I like what you did with the tinsel and coins in the centerpiece. You really captured the feeling of the holiday here!

ginny said...

What a great looking table! I especially love the plates. It looks like a Happy table!!

Jodie (everything vintage) said...

Wow Barbara!
You are surely getting me in the mood for St. Patty's day! Only 5 more days!
I love the green glass plates and your decorations are too cute!
I wish you could hop the state line and come decorate my house for the holidays!!!!
;)

tarnishedandtattered.blogsot.com said...

Barbara,
Love your Paddy's Day table! I come from a long line of good Irish folks, so it was fun to see such a fun scape. I enjoyed reading through your posts. My Mother in Law just got back from China & brought me some of that wonderful tea you showed, my kids were just amazed watching it unfold. Lisa

craftymarta said...

Barbara, thank you for visiting. I want to start visiting the other Texas bloggers. You mentioned in your profile you reside in Central Texas. That is me too, Belton Tx, right off I 35. i own a shop in town, maybe we get to meet each other someday. Why do you call your blog Purple goat lady? I'm curious. By the way I love tea and anything related to it. I'm having an Easter tea the 28 @ the shop. I will be posting pictures of last year's tea. Visit soon, blessings, Marta.

Denise Marie said...

super sweet job!!
I saw some bunny cut outs at Michaels and thought of you this week wondering if you had used them for your awesome banners.

Tardevil said...

The cups are too cute!