Welcome to the 286th Tablescape Thursday!
I’m sharing a St. Patrick’s Day table today. It was dark and gloomy out when I took the pictures for this post. Looking forward to some sunshine days and setting table out on the porch again, soon.
You probably recognized Mr. Leprechaun in the centerpiece. He asks to be included in at least one table each year. 😉 The bowls are a new addition, I already had the 4-Leaf Clover salad plates and was amazed to stumble across the bowls last year. Both the plates and the bowls are from HomeGoods. Glasses are from Pier 1 several years ago.
I found this large, round platter several years ago and have used it in centerpieces before. The gold beads and decorative glass pieces are all from Pier 1 this year, purchased with a 20% off coupon.
They can be reused in a non-St. Patrick’s Day table in the future by just removing the light and dark green 4-leaf clovers.
I did something a little different this year for my napkin rings.
I purchased one 4-Leaf Clover garland from Pier 1 for $5.95 (minus 20% since I had a coupon) and broke it down into sections of three.
Then I hot glued the end loops back together to create little napkin rings for this St. Patrick’s Day table setting. The garland ended up making 6 napkin rings.
That makes the final cost of each napkin ring around .80 cents. When you’re out shopping for treasures for your table settings, look for things you can transform into napkin rings or place cards for your table. You’ll get something unique without spending a bunch. 🙂
You’ll find other creative ideas for making napkin rings and place cards here: Creative Ideas for Napkin Rings and Place Cards
Looking forward to the beautiful tablescapes linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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