Saint Patrick’s Day Pretties

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Thought I'd join in on Cuisine Kathleen's St. Patricks Day blog crawl...skip on over to join in or just ENJOY all the participant's great displays!

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Many thanks to Kathleen and Susan for hosting these wonderfully fun events!

We have a welcoming committee waiting to greet you as you step in the side door.  Wyatt Earp (orange) and Hank or Hankers as Maddy calls him, are so excited that you came to visit.
I am pretty sure that they are as excited for Spring to be here as much as I am!  You see, they are strictly indoor cats but in warm weather, we take them out in the back yard so they can wander, eat grass and explore. 
So come on inside!  Even though the sun is shining today, it’s a bit chilly so you must come in and warm up a bit.   I’ve been playing in the dishes…..getting the table ready to join in on Susan’s weekly Tablescape Thursday fun.  As always, all the dishes are Longaberger except the platter on the bakers rack.  I found this at Home Goods several weeks ago and knew it was there just for me.  It was the ONLY St. Patricks day pretty to be seen so I just knew it was meant to be.
The little dish below has Harry and David chocolates….feel free to take one….they are the best chocolates to be found.

The placemats and napkins are also Longaberger. 
The crystal ice tea glasses are Kelsey by  Waterford.  I am so in want for more crystal and some patterned china.  I won’t be renewing as a Longaberger consultant when my anniversary rolls around…I decided that 16 years of collecting their baskets,pottery, linens and wrought iron  is long enough….time to branch out…..spose Waterford hires consultants and lets you earn their product? ;0)


I hope that you enjoyed my  St. Patrick’s Day pretties.  Please have a festive day and REMEMBER to wear your green!  Thanks so much for stopping in…would so enjoy it if you’d leave a comment to let me know you stopped by.


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