Wednesday, March 13, 2013

An Irish Table for a Filipina!

Happy St. Patrick's Day to ALL! 

Kathleen's St. Patrick's Day blog crawl is finally here and this table waited 2 weeks to be posted. I don't have much of St. Patrick stuff so you will see a repeat of a lot of items from last year but you can see a lot more if you visit Kathleen and her other participants.

The square salad plates, small bowls and napkins were from Homegoods in Cape Coral, FL.

Flatware from Horchow.



Dinner plates are vintage Bavarian Tirschenreuth from Ebay. I have had them displayed in my dining room corner china cabinet for a while. Just took them out for this table.


I just bought the teapot on my last Chicago trip from Marshall's. I thought I would use it for my centerpiece. The shell candle holder is from a yard sale in Florida for 25 cents. Votive candle holders are from Joss & Main or is it One King's Lane? The stems were bought from an antique booth downtown for $1 each.

I think I bought the etched glasses from TJ Maxx in Baton Rouge a while back.
The mallard duck napkin rings were Ebay finds. John likes ducks so I have a lot of duck accessories. Someday, I will do a duck themed tablescape.


The green straw placemats which were used as a table runner here were from TJ Maxx in Cape Coral from a long time ago.



Thank you for stopping by. Please visit the hostesses listed below, who I am very grateful for.

Kathleen's Let's Dish


Centerpiece Wed
Tablescape Thursday
Katherine's Favorite Things Thursday
Kathy's Home and Garden Thursday

Richella for Grace at Home

Festive Friday Fiesta




32 comments:

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Christine you have enough beautiful things to make such great looking setting for St. Pat's! I love the square dishes with the shamrocks, they're so different! I'm also crazy about your napkins, they're really perfect and all your green glass ware. Have a happy St. Patrick's Day..even if we're not Irish, but we are Catholic, which counts, lol..
FABBY

Marigene said...

You know I love this very green table...you have dishes for every holiday or occasion! Nice shamrock plates. I can't wait for you to do a duck inspired table...I have a mallard tureen with mini tureens that I should do a table around.

Alycia Nichols said...

Hey, Christine! The sign of a true tablescape artist is when she/he can use the same elements and make them look different every time. Some of these items may have been used last year, but it's the WAY you have so artfully displayed them that makes this table shine on its own note! I love the teapot! I'll bet the Chicago Marshalls and TJ Maxx stores have TONS of stuff in them!!! I like the mallard napkin rings, too. I can't believe I sold all my wooden mallards in a garage sale a few years back! They were beautiful! At that time, though, I didn't have space for them. Boo hoo hoo! :-( Have a happy St. Patrick's Day!

Loretta Thomas said...

Hello Christine, Green is such a rich and commanding color and this green in your Pictures is lovely...I really love this tablescape! Too, your heading is very nice and family oriented! Have a Wonderful Wednesday!
Hugs, Loretta

Traci said...

So cute! It's amazing how you have so much stuff for every holiday!! I don't have the first thing for St Patrick's Day!

Creations By Cindy said...

Love all your St. Patty's day~ As always, beautiful! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Chubby Chieque said...

Hello Ate Xine,
Your setting doesn't look like you were out of stocks §:-)

Graciousness, I don't have anything for St. Partick. Hope I could purchase some greenies tomorrow or on Friday and can make a setting My Way". Kainis ala po kasing mga ganitong bagay sa Sweden, in fact Ireland is just a stone throw away fro Scandinavia.

TY for sharing once again, Ate. Love all your collections, no matter what.

Hugs to Kuya John & to the strongest Mother evah.

GB,
/D´Nics

Susan said...

Christine, your St. Patrick's day table is very pretty. You pulled a great look from all the things you had. So very pretty!

GinaBVictorian said...

Hi Christine,
My favorite color is green so I am totally admiring your table! Love those green etched glasses. Thanks for sharing! Gina

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

You've pulled together a very pretty green table Christine! I love the square shamrock plates-enjoy:@)

Diane said...

What a great St. Patrick's table! You have so many great pieces - the plates, the candle holders, the beautiful green goblets, but I really love those napkins. I have never seen any shamrock one that adorable. Hope you have a fabulous St. Patrick's Day!!

Barbara F. said...

Beautiful table, Christine. You have a lot of St. Paddy's things! xo

Pat said...

Your tables are always fabulous Christine! I love your St Pat's scape.

Happy St Patrick's Day!

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Oh, Christine! I love the little square plates so much! I really want them!!!!!!!!! ;P

Everyone is Irish in March. Everyone! I really do love your tablescape. It's so cute!

xo,
RJ

Tea in Texas said...

Terrific St. Pat's Day table! I love the Square shamrock plates! The green and gold dinner plates are so elegant and will be wonderful to use for so many occasions. The centerpiece with the shamrock teapot is lovely with the flowers. A Happy March 17th to you!

Pam

kitty said...

Your table is so pretty, Christine! I love your dishes, your centerpiece and those darling napkins. The votives are adorable and add a spark to your table. Happy St. Paddy's Day!

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Christine, you have so many lovely pieces! I love this green table. The mallard napkin rings are great!

The French Hutch said...

I love the greens Christine. The shamrock plates are my favorite. As always your table looks like you spent days but I know how creative your are and I'm sure you put this together in no time. Beautiful Christine........

~Emily
The French Hutch

Marlis said...

So many pretty things.. The plates are masterpieces and I just love the votive holders.. Your table looks so inviting and I love that you used the same things.. Wishing you a Happy St. Patrick's day and sending all the good Irish blessings your way.. xo marlis

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Hi Christine, I'm looking forward to seeing your duck table! This one is also wonderful and those shell votives are amazing! Great find. I hope you enjoy your St. Patty's Day. Linda

Sarah said...

Christine, you may be Filipina, but this table is full of Irish charm. Every detail is lovely. Nothing wrong with using things again and again. That's the fun of having these pieces in our cupboards. '-)
Happy St. Patrick's Day! ~ Sarah

Tricia said...

Christine, you have collected a lot of gorgeous pieces and assembled them beautifully for this St. Patrick's Day table! Those deep green glasses really caught me eye, as did the square salad plates. Sounds like you like to shop when you travel like I do!

bj said...

I love your beautiful SP Day table, Christiney....
Those green glasses are awesome and I adore the square dishes...
Are your babies gonna be wearing GREEN...? :))

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Lovely St. patricks day table.
That brilliant green is always so beautiful and fresh and spring looking. Love those beautiful goblets.

Have a have St. Patricks day,
Blessings, Nellie

Bonnie said...

I love your teapot and such pretty green glasses! You definitely have the knack to set a great themed table.

Donna said...

Hi, C!
Lovely green St. Paddy's Table. You have a little bit of everything on that table.
D

Lady Linda said...

I have been waiting for this post and oh how great it is! I love your centerpiece but it's fun to look at everything and hear the stories behind the goodies.
Linda

Kathleen said...

Well done! I can't believe those pretty green glasses were a dollar!
The napkins are adorable too, and I love the teapot centerpiece!

Thanks so much for crawling in the St. Patrick's Blog Crawl!

The French Hutch said...

I love your St. Patrick's Day tablescape Christine. I love the shamrock plates and the green stems. You always have the perfect finishing touches. The teapot is gorgeous! Happy St. Patrick's Day.....

~Emily
The French Hutch

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Christine,
What a beautiful tablescape and perfect for the Holiday!!

You always do such stunning tablescape!!
Love those dishes!!

Hugs,
Debbie

The HOME GIRL said...

This is a beautiful table, Christine! I love the shamrock plates, and napkins and those cute mallard duck napkin rings! Looks great!!!

Thanks so much for linking up to the FESTIVE FRIDAY FIESTA this week! =D

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Well worth the wait, Christine - you did a marvelous job putting all these wonderful acccessories and dishes together - Perfectly Irish! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
Kathy

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