5 Ways To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Welcome to the 336th Tablescape Thursday!

With St. Patrick’s Day a couple of weeks away, here are a few fun ideas for celebrating, including a shamrock cookie recipe and a 4-Leaf Clover Napkin Fold. Happy Tablescape Thursday!

5 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day


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St. Patrick’s Day Table Setting with Shamrock Centerpiece

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting with Leprechaun Centerpiece


4-Leaf Clover Napkin Fold

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting with 4-Leaf Clover Napkin Fold


St. Patrick’s Day Teascape On The Porch

St. Patrick's Day Tea With Daffodils On The Porch


Shamrock Cookies for St. Patrick’s Day

Shamrock Cookie Tree


 St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape With A Bunny Shamrock Centerpiece

St. Patrick's Day Tablescape with Bunny Shamrock Centerpiece


Looking forward to all the beautiful table settings for this Tablescape Thursday!

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  1. Thank you for the party!
    Pam (www.everydayliving.me)

  2. Love your St. Paddy’s Day round up Susan! Hope you’re warm & cozy πŸ™‚

  3. Of all your fabulous St Patrick’s Day tablescapes, I love the tea on the porch the best! Thanks for another great party.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

  4. Good ideas, Susan. I love your Irish man, and those cookies are so pretty. Love the way the Shamrock plant in the bunny’s basket surrounds the bunny. As always, thank you for the link party.

  5. Blessing Butler DiMuzio says

    Enjoyed your St. Pat’s Day table so much…lovely, lovely. I am Welsh as and Irish, so enjoy celebrating St. David’s Day (March 1) as well. Daffodil is the flower of Wales, so seeing it brings a smile. For me seeing daffodils and shamrocks together means a lot. You do such a lovely job all the time with the you’re table settings.

    • pam ~ crumpety cottage says

      Wales?! I am continually amazed at how far Susan’s blog reaches around the world. πŸ™‚ If you have a blog, please come back and leave us a link. I’d love to check it out. And I love Welsh accents!

    • Thanks so much! I didn’t realize that about Wales…love daffodils! Hope I can find some shamrocks this year. I managed to keep the ones in the table setting alive for a couple of years which is no small feat for me. I do better with the outdoor plants than I do with indoor ones. πŸ™‚

    • Additionally, for St. David’s Day serve leek soup.

  6. Time to break out the green! Lots of St Pat’s inspiration Susan! Thanks for the party today, hope your snow is melting~ Birmingham only got snow for about an hour last night, thank goodness!

  7. All very cute! Do you know I completely forgot about St. Patrick’s Day? I was thinking Easter would be the next day to decorate for! Welll, I better get with the program!

  8. Top O’ The Mornin’ to you Susan. ‘Tis a fine array of Irish table settings!! πŸ™‚
    Thanks for the party. May you always have leprechauns in your garden!!!

    • lol Top O’ the Mornin’ to you Megan, although I guess it’s more like Top O’ the Evenin’ now. I love that idea, little leprechauns running around in my garden, probably having tea with the faeries who live there. πŸ™‚

  9. What beautiful pictures! Would you please share a pic of your bottle tree I caught a glimpse of? I so want to make one and yours looks amazing.

  10. Thank you for the St. Pat’s inspiration. As I was scrolling down your lovely photos I was getting ideas, lol!
    Thanks for the great party dear Susan.

  11. With the Welsh St. David’s Day coming up on March 1st, I was glad to see some daffodils on the table. Dydd Gwyl Dewi Hapus! For recipes and decorating ideas based on Welsh symbols… http://www.wales.com/en/content/cms/english/st_davids_day/st_davids_day.aspx

  12. Love Mr. Leprechaun. That’s a great looking table. And that’s no blarney. :p

  13. Love your St Patricks Day tables and the cookies too!

    Thank you for hosting,

  14. Guess who showed up in a shipment today? The Easter Bunny! And he said Jeri, I think I need to tell you something but it can only be told to you at your house. So i said well I will think about it and come back tomorrow and see what we can do about getting you to my house.

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