St. Patrick’s Day reminds me of Spring, Sweet Friends, but did you know Spring starts on March 20th? St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th. Will you be celebrating this Irish holiday? For the Spring Tablescape Blog Hop I decided on celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. It’s almost Spring, right?
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Spring Tablescape Blog Hop!
Once again, I am honored to be hopping with these amazing Bloggers. This year the Tablescape Blog Hop is one day. I hope we have given you some wonderful ideas. The links are at the bottom of this post.
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I know it’s a Spring Tablescape, but once February is over I’m thinking about St. Patrick’s Day.
As I was preparing for the Spring Tablescape Blog Hop, I had other visions for my table. Visions of flowers and bunnies and carrots, but then as I was strolling through the Dollar Tree last week, my mind did a total flip flop.
St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape!
I saw all of these fun St. Patrick’s Day items and I decided to set my table pretty for a nice St. Patrick’s Day Dinner for the boys and I. I only spent $10 on all the items and I think my table came out “cute as a button!”
I’m not really a huge drinker or a huge corned beef and cabbage type of gal and so St. Patrick’s Day isn’t really one of those holidays I usually spend too much time thinking about. But the Dollar Tree visit set me onto a different path.
It kind of started with the hat and bowtie. I thought it would be fun to have a flower arrangement in the hat. Stay tuned on Thursday I’ll show you exactly how I created this St. Patrick’s Day Floral Centerpiece.
For this tablescape, I used my regular white charges, white dishes and glassware that we eat with everyday. It was nothing fancy. The clovers are green and the coins are gold and I decided on gold silverware to add some extra pop.
I stuck the plastic, yes plastic silverware, into the glasses as there was not much room for it on the place setting. This is a casual meal hence the plastic silverware and mason jar glasses.
I laid Dollar Store scarves down the center of the table to act as a table runner. It was a fun project and I hope you enjoy seeing it.
Don’t forget to check out all the other blogger’s Tablescapes, they are certain to Wow you!
Time for 24 more spring tablescapes! Visit these blogs and see everyone’s interpretation of a spring tablescape!
Home is Where the Boat Is
My Family Thyme
Red Cottage Chronicles
The Painted Apron
From My Carolina Home
Home and Gardening with Liz
Create With Cynthia
Bluesky at Home
Living With Thanksgiving
My Thrift Store Addiction
The Little Yellow Corner Store
Belle Blue Interiors
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Life and Linda
First Day of Home
White Arrows Home
Calypso in the Country
Celebrate & Decorate
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO CREATE A SIMILAR LOOK:
- White Dishes here.
- Gold Silverware here or here.
- Drinking Glasses here or here.
- Table Linens here or here or here.
- White Chargers here.
- St. Patrick’s Day Clover placemats here.
- Square Placemates here.
- Clover decorations here.
- Gold Coin decorations here.
- St. Patrick’s Day decorations here.
Now, don’t forget to go out there and Create Something.
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