Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Wee glimpse of the fair isle

I'll be joining Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday and Jenny Matlock for AlphabeThursday this week with a little vignette for St. Patrick's day...

W is Jenny's letter this week, and we'll call today's post a Wee taste of Ireland.  I didn't actually finish this tablescape, because when I set out my few Homer Laughlin Trellis plates, Teapot, and sugar bowl, along with the vintage Fiesta syrup and contemporary Fiesta utility crock serving as a vase for my oh-so-fake tulip bouquet,  it all looked so pretty I just took photos as is, with a closer peek at my shabby vintage St. Patrick's day tablecloth.  Thanks for stopping by!




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12 comments:

  1. Cute vintage tablecloth and dishes. Perfect for St. Patty's Day.

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  2. Such a perfect St. Paddy's Day cloth, E! Trellis looks great on it.

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  3. colorful cloth, beautiful for the day.
    cheers.

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  4. I want more than a wee taste!! I went to a reception tonight and just got home. Now I am starving!

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  5. What a special and unique cloth! Those tulips are exquisite! Happy St. Patty's day!

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  6. Such a sweet cloth Elaine! And I think you were right to stop .... the tablecloth is just so pretty on its own.

    Happy St Pat's!

    Candy

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  7. Oh the colors together - just wonderful...I feel a quilt coming on...thank you for the inspiration!

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  8. I really love your tablecloth, girl. And doesn't the Trellis look lovely with it?

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  9. I like all the green font in the comment section! Happy belated St. Patick's Day!

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  10. I am smitten with that tablecloth! It is wondrous!

    And those fake tulips are gorgeous. They caught my eye right away.

    Thanks for a beautiful vignette to visit on our little stops from Alphabe-Thursday's letter "W".

    This was wonderful!

    A+

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