Welcome to the 389th Tablescape Thursday!
I was so hoping to put a table out on the porch this week since we’ve been having warmer weather, but it turned cold again the day I set this table, so we’re back in the breakfast room for this week.
I pulled out my favorite centerpiece for this St. Patrick’s Day table.
This friendly little leprechaun only comes out to play during the month of March, so I look forward to using him in a table each year. He was a find in Marshalls one year.
The sun was casting wonderful shadows across the table as I took these pictures. I filled the little shamrock bowls with confetti/glass filler decorative pieces. Some look like gold nuggets and others are in the shape of 4-leaf clovers.
I kept this table setting playful using striped and polka-dotted flatware found on eBay years ago. Cabbage plates work great for St. Patrick’s day. BTW, I just got a flyer in the mail for Tuesday Morning and I noticed they have this cabbage dishware in their stores right now. The napkins are actually hand towels, I think from the dollar store.
I didn’t need anything new for this table setting, just reused things I already had from year’s past. I think the Good Luck/4-Leaf Clover coins and garland came from Big Lots or Dollar Tree many years ago, either there or Party City.
Are you doing anything special this year for St. Patrick’s Day?
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