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Sunday, March 11, 2012

4th Annual St. Patrick's Day Blog Crawl

Cuisine Kathleen's



The lovely Cuisine Kathleen is having her 4th Annual St. Patrick's Day Blog Crawl, so of course I wanted to join in the fun.  Now since I am Italian and Indian, not much of the Irish at my house, so I really had to stretch the imagination.


Very little green, so I decided to have an Easter/St. Paddy's combination vignette. 


A green marble egg and some clover from my yard.  (Four leaf of course. lol)


I placed it on the coffee table with the swan and the hurricanes.  I am using a cement pedestal that ties in with the rest of the items.


A small tassel finishes things off.


Ok, don't you guys kick me out of the party, I know this is pretty lame, but I so wanted to play.

Here's a pic of a tablescape I did last year.  Maybe I can duplicate it for St. Paddy's this year.


  I am posting this a little early, please join her party on the 13th and don't forget my Easter/Spring Cloche Party on the 13th also.

35 comments:

  1. Love your table and cloche Marty!

    I am going to work on a cloche post for your party, tomorrow.
    Have a little soccer game to get to today.:-)

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  2. I love everything you do Marty. So inspirational. I am just learning about these parties and am going to participate but am not sure if I am getting the whole gist of it yet!

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  3. I don't even have the clover....so you are ahead of me!!

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  4. Your cloche looks pretty! I love the clover & think it's perfect. Great tablescape from last year too, Marty. Happy Sunday to you!

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  5. Nice pictures and the egg is so beautiful. From one who love eggs.

    Hugs
    Elna

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  6. Well, that table setting is looking pretty Irish to me! Growing up in an Irish community I was surrounded by older adults that truly believed in the "little people" (leprechauns) and it was a fun childhood.

    Marty, no matter what you do, it turns out great and I love your little vignette AND your table setting. Now all you need is a bit of Bailey's Irish Cream and you can sit back and rest on your laurels! xo Diana

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  7. The table setting is just gorgeous Marty, love the green which I can't wait to see come outside, checked yesterday and some are coming up, getting real excited about it:)

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  8. That is a great base for that cloche, Marty! I love it and how wonderfully it adds to the decor and the cloche itself!

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  9. Looks Irish to me! and it's a beautiful table setting. Enjoy the day..

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  10. The clover looks darling under the cloche, Marty...good thinking! I love your table, it's SO festive! My family is very Irish but I don't think I have one green dish!! lol!

    Have a great day!

    XO,
    Jane

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  11. Hi lovely lady.
    Your St.Patrick's Day tablescape is Beautiful as all way's Marty!! I hope you are having a wonderful weekend with your family.
    XXOO Diane

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  12. I love your egg collection, Marty! They are so beautiful and this one looks so pretty under the cloche with the green clover... love your coffee table vignette:)Nice touch placing the cloche on that pedestal.Have a delightful Sunday:)~Poppy

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  13. I always love your cloche displays! I need one of those 4 leaf clovers!
    Debbie

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  14. We really dont celebrate ST Patty's day . I was suposed to be born on the 17th so I was told as a kid . I may of been born a little green Leprechaun hehe ! I'm Short but not a green Leprechaun ! Lovely display ! Have a great day !

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  15. You always have the prettiest vignettes :)

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  16. Marty, your cloche is so pretty! And your table just amazing! The center piece is gorgeous! Beautiful display!

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  17. Marty:

    We are so thinking alike!My St. P's Day vignette includes a cloche on what looks like the same pedestal. Great minds think alike.

    - The Tablescaper

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  18. The four leaf clover is such a great touch under that cloche. That captured the theme perfectly. Your table setting from last year is just gorgeous too.

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  19. Marty,
    Your cloche is gorgeous! I love your tablescape...that green glasss votive holder is exquisite! You are such an inspiration...I'll be back to see what you create this year!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  20. Your cloche is so very elegant...I love the egg and the combination of the texture of the beautiful clover...

    Your tablescape is beautiful and romantic..I love how it just sparkles in the candlelight...

    Anxious to join the party!

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  21. My sister can walk out into the yard and pluck a four leaf clover every time. Me, I never find one :) I think your Easter and St Patties Day combo is adorable.
    Laura

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  22. Lovely decorated table and wonderful pictures.

    Saint Patrick’s Day

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  23. Love the cloche with the egg. I am ready for the cloche party!

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  24. Well I 'm mostly Irish and I don't decorate at all for St. Pattys!! So you have done a great job in my opinion!

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  25. Hi Marty! Love everything you do. I agree with your other posters, your cloche looks wonderful. Yay!
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  26. I missed this with cloches but I'll try to take some pictures tomorrow. Then I lost my old blog has gone a bit slow, would you help me?

    squeezes

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  27. Marty, I'm not sure why I've never been to your blog before this - I see your blog mentioned all over and see your face in comments on blogs I visit. So I'm here now, but so far I am cloche-less. If I find something to turn into one I will be back for the party, otherwise I'll just be back!

    ~Bliss~

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  28. It looks very green and lovely to me Marty! Thank so much for taking part in the crawl. I worked a cloche into my party post, as well as your name! You know I don't have the cloche talent! I leave it to the pros like you!

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  29. Gorgeous table! WOuld love some Irish lunch and tea here :)

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  30. I like how you combined to two holidays. I'll have to try this on Saturday.

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  31. Marty, sorry I'm late to arrive, but I've been away from my computer. Your St. Paddy's cloche is cute, and the table is lovely. Happy St. Patrick's Day! ~ Sarah

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  32. Marty, I love your fresh clover under your beautiful cloche. I have a base like yours, but I need to find a pretty cloche.

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