Sunday, March 1, 2015

St. Pat's Tablescape

Happy March everyone! Time to bring out the green right? So here is a little tablescape for you, a parlor tablescape that is. Green is my favorite color so I always have fun dragging out the green.


It was very hard to get a photo where there wasn't a glare on at least one thing so I will show you multiple close ups so you can see things without a glare.
I started out using the below little faux shamrock plant in the background...


but decided I needed some height so I added this vase, still trying to stay with some gold...


and I liked it much better. You guys know how I love postcards, well I had this pretty Irish gal...


and recently added the below three pieces. Another postcard with a pretty Irish gal, a scrap piece of a pretty gal and the other postcard with the shamrock made of a thin paper. Notice how the little pink ribbon bow on that card matches the pink ribbon on the scrap piece. I like how that little touch. :)


Isn't she just gorgeous?



So with the new addition of these gals, I had all kinds of pretty gals for this post!


Have a wonderful week and be sure to bring out some green! Thanks so much for visiting and have a wonderful week!

I am joining the following parties for this week...
AMAZE ME MONDAY with Cindy
TUESDAYS AT OUR HOME with Maria Elena
A RETURN TO LOVELINESS with Kathy
INSPIRE ME TUESDAY with Marti
LET'S TALK VINTAGE with Jill
VINTAGE INSPIRATION  with Betsy and friends
SHARE YOUR CUP THURSDAY with Jann
WHAT'S IT WEDNESDAY with Paula
HOME SWEET HOME with Sherry
SHOW AND TELL FRIDAY with Sherry

16 comments:

  1. I enjoyed seeing your St. Patrick's Day vignette. Lots of pretties to look at. Holidays are great for specialty decorating.

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  2. Gina,
    It's all so very pretty, green is one of my favorite colors too. I adore antique plates and ephemera- so basically I love everything about your display! I know I keep saying that , but it's true! Here's wishing you a lovely week,
    Teresa,
    sugar, spice and whatever's nice

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  3. Nice to see your house "Wearing O the green" -- lovely things as always!

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  4. Hi Gina,
    I love all of your green vintage decor! So perfect for March and St. Patrick's Day. I would love to tour your beautiful home and gaze upon all of your antique treasures! So pretty! Happy March! Karen

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  5. I need to find my shamrock child's tea set for St. Patrick's. I love the vignette you created.

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  6. Lovely Victorian ladies. What pretty vintage decor. Perfect for St. Patrick's..

    Enjoy the festivities.

    Janet

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  7. I had a feeling your post would not disappoint! Your St. Patrick's Day postcards are beautiful! Love the green! Thank you for taking part in Let's Talk Vintage today! ~Jill

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  8. Hi Gina

    Your sweet little vignette is as sweet as you , the postcards are always cute
    looking forward to our trip to see Richard at My Old Historic House.

    xoxo Janice

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  9. I just love all your pretty postcards. Such pretty St. Patrick's Day vignettes to have on display. I'm behind on blog reading. Happy March!

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  10. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful treasures at Vintage Inspiration Party. Your vignette is gorgeous!

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  11. Still working on what I'll do for St. Pat's Day here. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  12. Gina, I love your sweet St. Patty's display! The postcards are fabulous. Gorgeous ladies!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  13. Gina, I love green and dishes, too. Your green is lovely and perfect for St. Patrick's Day.. Glad I found your post on Maria's party.
    Thanks,
    Helen

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  14. Love your bright pretty green table! Perfect for March.

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  15. Hi Gina, I really enjoyed your St. Patrick's Day table. You have a great collection of postcards! All your ladies were so much fun to see. Thanks for visiting, and have a great weekend.

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  16. So pretty! I love vintage postcards too but I don't own any! I will have to do something about that!

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